Division Chief and Professor of Pediatrics

Division of Child Abuse Pediatrics

Program Director, Child Abuse Fellowship

210-704-3800

Education:
BA in English, Dartmouth College, 1978

M.D., UT Health San Antonio, 1985

Training:
Residency in pediatrics, UT Health San Antonio, 1986-88

Internship, pediatrics, UT Health San Antonio, 1985-86

Board Certification:
General Pediatrics 1989
Recertified 1996, 2002, 2010 (MOC)

Child Abuse Pediatics 2010

Recent Publications:
Kellogg ND, McColgan M.D. Child Sexual Abuse In: The Color Atlas of Pediatrics. McGraw Hill; 2015. p. 72 – 76.

Schneider FD, Kellogg ND, Talamantes MA. Family Violence: Child, Intimate Partner, and Elder Abuse In: Family Medicine. McGraw Hill Education; 2014. p. 847 – 855.

Sena AC, Hsu KK, Christian C, Girardet R, Griffith W, Jenny C, Kellogg N, Linden J, Marchant A, Hammerschlag M. 2015 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines MMWR 2015 Feb

Adams, JA, Kellogg N, Farst, KJ, Harper NS, Palusci, VJ, Frasier, LD, Levitt, CJ, Shapiro, RA, Moles, RL, Starling, SSP. Updated Guidelines for the Medical Assessment and Care of Children Who May Have Been Sexually Abused Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 2015 Jan

Kellogg ND. Working with Child Protective Services and Law Enforcement:What to Expect Pediatric Clinics of North America 2014 Oct:1037-1047.

Melville J, Kellogg N, Perez, Nadia E, Lukefahr J. Assessment For Self-Blame And Trauma Symptoms During The Medical Evaluation of Suspected Sexual Abuse Child Abuse and Neglect 2014 May;38(5):851-857.

Kellogg ND. Child Torture as a Form of Child Abuse Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma 2014 Mar;7:37-49.

Howard Dubowitz, Christian Cindy W., Hymel Kent, Kellogg ND. Forensic Medical Evaluations of Child Maltreatment: A Proposed Research Agenda Child Abuse and Neglect 2014 Dec:1734-1746.

Neuman MI, Kellogg ND. Testing and Treating Sexually Assaulted Adolescents: What are we waiting for? Pediatrics 2015 Nov;136(6)

Interests:
Child Maltreatment – Clinical assessments of suspected victims of child and adolescent abuse, including physical, sexual and emotional; research in child abuse related fields; development of educational materials, presentation of various topics related to child abuse; clinical and didactic teaching; testimony; writing policy statements; administrative positions on local and national committees on child abuse

Biography:
Dr. Kellogg graduated from Dartmouth College in 1978 and completed her medical school training and pediatric residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 1988. Since 1988, she has been a faculty member at the UT Health San Antonio and is currently Professor and Division Chief of Child Abuse in the Department of Pediatrics. She was the first Medical Director of the Christus Santa Rosa Center for Miracles which opened in May 2006, and has served as the Medical Director of ChildSafe (formerly the Alamo Children’s Advocacy Center) since its inception in 1988, and as Medical Director of the Christus Santa Rosa Hospital Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program since 2004. She has worked full-time in the field of child abuse for over 30 years. She has evaluated more than 10,000 children for abuse and has testified more than 800 times.

Dr. Kellogg has published over 50 articles and book chapters and has been an invited speaker more than 200 times at local, regional, national, and international conferences. She was the Chair of the Texas Pediatric Society Committee on Child Abuse for 10 years, and was selected as one of seven pediatricians for the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect and completed 6 years of service in 2008. In September 2006, the American Board of Pediatrics approved Child Abuse as a new subspecialty in pediatrics, and Dr. Kellogg was appointed as the Medical Editor for the sub-board.

Dr. Kellogg has received numerous awards for her work in Child Abuse. In 1999, she was selected by her peers for the Ray Helfer Honorary Society as a charter member, one of the first 75 U.S. physicians with distinction in child abuse. She has received the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Teaching and for Excellence in Clinical Service. She is also the 2004 recipient of the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award at UT Health San Antonio. In 2004, Dr. Kellogg received the Health Hero Award in the Outstanding Physician Category from the San Antonio Business Journal.

In 2015, she was selected by her peers to receive the Ray Helfer Teaching Award.