Anthony Cherin, M.D.
Office and Contact Information
CHOC Children's Specialists
1201 W La Veta
Orange, CA 92868
phone: (714) 509-8620
fax: (714) 509-4072
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Physician / Researcher BioAnthony Cherin, M.D., has worked at CHOC Children’s since 2005 and is an attending pediatric intensivist. He earned his medical degree from Ohio State University. He did his pediatric internship and residency at CHOC and his pediatric critical care fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He is currently head of CHOC’s pediatric stroke team and lead physician for the sedation team.
ResearchAlong with his colleagues, Dr. Cherin is involved in a number of studies aimed at improving critical care outcomes in pediatric patients. Among those studies, he is coinvestigator in a study investigating the protocol for optimum sedation for children intubated for respiratory failure. His past and current research findings have been published in journals including Critical Care Medicine and Neurological Research.
- Medical School
Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, OH
- Intern and Residency
Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Orange, CA
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, California
- Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
- General Pediatrics
Honors and Awards
- OCMA Physician of Excellence, 2010
- Sedation Team won Family Center Care Award
An Introduction to Palliative Care at CHOC Children's
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
CME Event - for clinical professionals
Presented by Anthony Cherin, MD, Agnes Horvath, MD and Amit Soni, MD...
|More than 80 CHOC Children's Doctors Named "Physicians of Excellence"
January 03, 2012
More than 80 CHOC Children's physicians, including specialists and pediatricians, are named "Physicians of Excellence" by the Orange County Medical Association....
|More than 60 CHOC Children’s Doctors Named “Physicians of Excellence”
January 04, 2011
More than 60 CHOC Children’s physicians, including specialists and pediatricians, are featured as "Physicians of Excellence" in the January 2011 issue of Orange Coast magazine. The "Physicians of Exc...
“Pleural Effusions”; chapter, The Care of the Hospitalized Pediatric Patient (pending publication)
Administration of allopurinol and hypoxanthine improves recoveryof adenine nucleotides after cerebral hypoxia-ischemia in rabbits. Critical Care Medicine: 30; A24, 2002.
The effect of hypothermic and normothermic hypoxia-ischemia on brain hypoxanthine phosphoribosyl transferase activity. Neurological Research: 28; 831, 2006.