Dr. Pele Dina is an assistant professor of clinical pediatrics at SIU School of Medicine, specializing in neonatal-perinatal medicine. He completed a doctor of medicine degree at the University of Balamand, in Balamand, Lebanon. He completed pediatric residencies at Saint George Hospital University Medical Center, in Beirut, Lebanon and at St. John's Children's Hospital, in Springfield, Illinois. He completed a fellowship in neonatal-perinatal medicine at Ronald McDonald's Children's Hospital, in Maywood, Illinois. His research efforts include the analgesic effect of breast milk compared to oral sucrose solution on preterm neonates undergoing minor painful procedures, and what makes us evaluate infants for sepsis in the NICU. Dr. Dina is board certified in pediatrics.
Education & training
- Abstract of Excellence - Poster presentation of “Improving antibiotics and Intravenous(IV) dextrose administration timing in neonates after admission to the neonatal ICU” with Dr. Lawrence Bennett, Illinois Perinatal Quality Collaborative 4th Annual Conference, Lombard, Illinois
- MAGIS Star (Multiple), Ronald McDonald’s Children’s Hospital, Maywood, Illinois
- Outstanding Service Award, Loyola University Medical Center - Recognition from Neonatal ICU nursing staff and/or Doctors from providing outstanding service/care.