Albert C. Hergenroeder, M.D.
Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Adolescent Medicine and Sports Medicine Section
Clinical Service Area
Adolescent Medicine & Sports Medicine
- American Board of Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine Subspecialty
- American Board of Pediatrics, Sports Medicine Subspecialty
University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Duke University Medical Center, Pediatric Residency, Durham, North Carolina
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Sports medicine, eating disorders, obesity and chronic fatigue
Transition from pediatrics to adult-based care for youth and young adults with chronic illness, eating disorders and teaching methods.
Current Research and Funding
Principal Investigator: Leadership Education in Adolescent Health, sponsored by Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. The goal of this program is to train health professionals for leadership roles in improving adolescents’ health.
Awards and Honors
- Distinguished Educator Award, Baylor College of Medicine
- Faculty Excellence Award in Educational Leadership, Baylor College of Medicine
- Development of Enduring Educational Materials Award, Baylor College of Medicine
- Faculty Excellence Award in Educational Research, Baylor College of Medicine
- Fulbright & Jaworski Award, Best Pediatric Grand Rounds, Baylor College of Medicine
- Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson, Jr., Presidential Award for Excellence in Education
- Sharma SV, Hoelscher DM, Kelder SH, Diamond P, Day RS, Hergenroeder AC. Psychological Factors Influencing Calcium Intake and Bone Quality in Middle School Girls. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2010,110(6): 932-936.
- Kish E, Wiemann CM, Hergenroeder AC. The Future Adolescent Medicine Workforce: A Survey of Current Adolescent Medicine Fellows. J Adolesc Health 2010, 46(3):292-298.
- Hergenroeder AC, Benson P, Britto M, Catallozzi M, D’Angelo L, Emans J, Kish E, Pasternak R, Slap G. Response to the Commentary “Advancing Medical Education Training in Adolescent Health," Pediatr 2009:123(1):e176- 7.
- Sharma SV, Hoelscher DM, Kelder SH, Day RS, Hergenroeder AC. A Path Analysis to Identify the Psychosocial Factors Influencing Physical Activity and Bone Health in Middle-School Girls. J of Phys Activ and Health 2009;6:606-616.
- Brooks GP, Cline J, Fitzgerald D, Hergenroeder AC. Musculoskeletal Injury in the Young Athlete: Overview of Treatment Principles for Non-operative Injuries. In UpToDate, Basow, DS (Ed), Wellesley, MA 2009.
Contact Information6701 Fannin, Ste. 1710.00
Houston, TX 77030-2399
Clinic LocationTexas Children’s Hospital
Adolescent & Sports Medicine Service
TCH Clinical Care Center, 11th floor
6701 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77030-2399