Biography

Dr. Sing-Yi Feng graduated from the Pennsylvania State University/Jefferson Medical College’s 6-year pre-medicine/medicine program located in Philadelphia, PA. She did her pediatric residency at Lutheran General Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge, IL and stayed an extra year as chief resident. She then moved to Dallas, completed the pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas/Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, and stayed to do a Medical Toxicology Fellowship at Parkland Memorial Hospital. She is now an associate professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center and works at the emergency departments at Children’s Medical Center at Dallas and Plano. She is also a medical toxicologist associated with the North Texas Poison Center located at Parkland Memorial Hospital. During the academic year of 2019-2020, Dr. Feng was the assistant pediatric emergency medicine fellowship director and became the associate pediatric emergency medicine fellowship director in July 2020.

Education

Medical School
Jefferson Medical College (1998)
Residency
Lutheran General Hospital (2001), Pediatrics
Residency
Lutheran General Hospital (2002), Pediatrics
Fellowship
UT Southwestern/Children's Medical Center (2005), Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Fellowship
Parkland Health and Hospital System (2007), Medical Toxicology

Research Interest

  • Medical Education
  • Toxicology

Publications

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Books

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Toxic Ingestions & Exposures. In LANGE Current Diagnosis and Treatment: Pediatric Emergency Medicine, C. Stone, R. Humphries, D. Drigalla, M. Stephan, eds.

Feng SY, Goto CS (2015). McGraw-Hill Education

Anticholinergics. In Rosen's Emergency Medicine - Concepts and Clinical Practice, 8th edition, J. Marx, R. Hockberger, R. Walls, eds.

Velez L, Feng S (2013). Philadelphia, Saunders Elsevier

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Apparent Life-Threatening Event. In Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts, 2nd edition, G. Strange, W. Ahrens, R. Schafermeyer, R. Wiebe, H. Prendergast, V. Dobiesz, eds.

Feng SY, Goto CS (2011). McGraw-Hill

Toxic Ingestions and Exposures. In Rudolph's Pediatrics, 22nd edition, C. Rudolph, A. Rudolph, G. Lister, A. Gershon, eds.

Feng S, Goto CS, Baker MD (2011). McGraw-Hill

Body Packers and Stuffers. In Fleisher and Ludwig's 5 Minute Pediatric Emergency Medicine Consult, 2nd edition, Hoffman RJ, et al, eds.

Feng S, Goto CS (2019). Wolters Kluwer; 70-72

Bites and Stings. In Nelson's Textbook of Pediatrics, 21st edition.

Feng D, Goto CS (2019). Elsevier Inc; p 3822

Toxic Ingestions and Exposures. In Rudolph's Pediatrics, 23rd edition, Kline MW, Blaney SM, Giardino AP, Orange JS, Penny DJ, Schutze GE, Shekerdemian LS, eds.

Feng S, Goto CS (2018). New York, NY, McGraw-Hill Education; 500-513

Honors & Awards

  • Fellowship Educator of the Year
    UT Southwestern Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship (2019)
  • Most Valuable Personnel
    Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL (2001)
  • Dean's List
    Penn State University Eberly College of Science (1992-1994)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Academy of Pediatrics (2018)
  • American Academy of Pediatrics: Society of Emergency Medicine, Council of Injury, Violence, and Poison Prevention (2012)
  • Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics (2006)
  • American College of Emergency Physicians (2005)
  • American College of Medical Toxicologists: Pediatric Special Interest Group, Toxicology History Society (2005)