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Maria Isabel Roberti MD

Maria Isabel Roberti, MD

  • Pediatric-Nephrology | Pediatrics
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Languages Spoken English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese
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    Bio

    Isabel Roberti, MD, PHD, Director of Barnabas Health Children’s Kidney Center; Associate Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NYC

    M. Isabel Roberti, M.D., Ph.D., was appointed Director of Pediatric Nephrology and Transplantation at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in 2003. Dr. Roberti has been with the program as its Associate Director since it was established in 1996. Dr. Roberti completed her medical degree, residency, and pediatric nephrology fellowship at the Escola Paulista de Medicina in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and an additional fellowship in pediatric nephrology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York. She received her Ph.D. in pediatrics at the Hospital Sao Paulo. Dr. Roberti is board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric nephrology and is currently Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Nephrology at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

    Scientific Committees

    • Advisory Committee for CKD Care in Children - NJ State CKD group, Pediatric Nephrology
    • Pediatric Community of Practice, AST, since 2011
    • Pediatric Safety/Standard Care Board, SBMC, since 2011

    Awards

    • Top Doctors 2018, New York Metro Area – Castle Connolly
    • Inside Jersey's 2018 Top Doctors for Children's Health
    • “Top Doctors” Inside Magazine, NJ, October 2018
    • “America’s Top Pediatricians” – Honors of Distinction and Excellence Award” published in “Guide to America’s Top Pediatricians”
    Clinical Expertise

    Pediatric-Nephrology, Pediatrics

  • Medical School

    Escola Paulista De Medicina, Brazil

    Internship

    Escola Paulista De Medicina, Brazil

    Residency

    Escola Paulista De Medicina, Brazil

    Fellowship

    Mt Sinai Medical Center, NY

    Publications
    • Title:Tacrolimus in nephrotic syndrome
      Authors:Roberti, I et al.
      Publisher:Pediatric Nephrology
      Date:2010
      Issue:6
      Description:
    • Title:Lymphocyte ATP immune cell function assay in pediatric renal transplants: is it useful?
      Authors:Vyas, S, Roberti, I
      Publisher:Transplant Proc
      Date:2011
      Issue:10
      Description:
    • Title:Successful rescue of refractory acute antibody-mediated renal allograft rejection with splenectomy - a case report
      Authors:Roberti, I et al.
      Publisher:Ped Transpl
      Date:2012
      Issue:2
      Description:
    • Title:Successful treatment of severe a AMR of renal allografts with bortezomib: 2 cases report
      Authors:Roberti, I, Vyas, S
      Publisher:Ped Transplant
      Date:2015
      Issue:
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    • Title:Are we achieving are goals of minimizing end organ damage in children with essential hypertension?
      Authors:Vyas, S, Roberti, I
      Publisher:J. Clinical Pediatric Nephrology
      Date:2016
      Issue:
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    • Title:Autoimmune polyglandular syndrome type I can have significant kidney disease in children including recurrence in renal allograft – a report of 2 cases
      Authors:Gwetzman, R, Corey, H, Roberti, I
      Publisher:Clinical Nephrology
      Date:2016
      Issue:
      Description:
    • Title:Anuria since birth: does it impact outcome of kidney transplant in infants?
      Authors:S. Vyas, Roberti I
      Publisher:Peds Transplantation
      Date:2016
      Issue:
      Description:
    • Title:Immune Mediated Nephropathies in Kidney Transplants: Recurrent or De Novo Diseases
      Authors:Roberti I, Vyas S
      Publisher:Peds Transplantation
      Date:2016
      Issue:
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    • Title:Children with obesity and essential hypertension: does education impact on outcome?
      Authors:Vyas S, Roberti I
      Publisher:New Jersey Pediatrics
      Date:2016
      Issue:
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    Title:Vasculitis in Childhood
    Authors:I.Roberti, L.Reisman, J.Churg
    Publisher:Pediatric Nephrology
    Date:01-Jan-93
    Issue:7: 479-489
    Description:Article

    Title:Bile Cytology versus sIL-2R for monitoring of hepatic allograft rejection
    Authors:I.Roberti, KV.Liberman, M.Schwartz, L.Reisman, C.Miller
    Publisher:Clinical Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-93
    Issue:7: 14-17
    Description:Article

    Title:Urine flow cytometry (UFC) in renal transplantation: A prospective double-blind study
    Authors:I.Roberti, L.Reisman, L.Burrows, KV.Lieberman
    Publisher:Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-95
    Issue:59: 495-500
    Description:Article

    Title:Urine Flow Cytometry (UFC) as a predictor of renal allograft function
    Authors:I.Roberti, M.Pancio, L.Reisman
    Publisher:Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-97
    Issue:63: 781
    Description:Article

    Title:Urine Flow Cytometry as a tool to differentiate acute renal allograft dysfunction
    Authors:I.Roberti, M.Pancio, L.Reisman
    Publisher:Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-97
    Issue:64: 731-734
    Description:Article

    Title:Serial evaluation of cell surface markers for immune activation after acute renal allograft rejection by urine flow cytometry-correlation with clinical outcome
    Authors:I.Roberti, L.Reisman
    Publisher:Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-01
    Issue:71: 1317-1320
    Description:Article

    Title:C1q nephropathy in a child with chromosome 13 deletion
    Authors:I.Roberti, S.Sachdev, A.Aronsky, D.Kim
    Publisher:Pediatr Nephrol
    Date:01-Jan-06
    Issue:21: 737-739
    Description:Article

    Title:DSA in children by flow single antigen beads in pediatric living donor kidney transplants: single center experience
    Authors:Roberti et al
    Publisher:Pediatric Transplantation
    Date:01-Jan-07
    Issue:11: 901
    Description:Article

    Title:A single center study of C1Q nephropathy in children
    Authors:I.Roberti, N.Baqi, S.Vyas, D.Kim
    Publisher:Pediatric Nephrology
    Date:01-Jan-09
    Issue:24(1), 77-82
    Description:Article

    Title:Tacrolimus in nephrotic syndrome
    Authors:Roberti et al
    Publisher:Pediatric Nephrology
    Date:01-Jan-08
    Issue:2008
    Description:Article

    Title:Fisiology of corporal fluids
    Authors:I.Roberti, WS.Silvestrini
    Publisher:Diagnosis and therapy of abnormalities of water and electrolytes in pediatrics
    Date:01-Jan-91
    Issue:Harwood academic publishers pp 119-142
    Description:Chapter

    Title:Lupus Nephritis in Children
    Authors:I.Roberti, E.Grishman
    Publisher:Pediatric Renal Pathology
    Date:01-Jan-01
    Issue:2001
    Description:Chapter

    Title:Primary Glomerulopathies: Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis, Focal segmental glomeruloselerosis, Membranous glomerulonephritis
    Authors:KV.Lieberman, L.Roberti, L.Reisman
    Publisher:Pediatric Nephrology
    Date:01-Jan-98
    Issue:pp 119-142
    Description:Chapter

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