- MPH, West Virginia University, 2007
- MD, WVU School of Medicine, 2007
ORIGINAL PUBLISHED PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES
John C, Phillips J, Hamilton C, Lastinger A. Implementing Universal Pulse Oximetry Screening in West Virginia: Findings from Year One: W V Med J. 2016 Jul-Aug;112(4)42-26
John CC, Jenkins A, Morley H. A 6-month old female with fever and increased head circumference. W V Med J. 2016 Mar-Apr;112(2)38-40
John CC, Regier MD, Lilly CL, Aly S. Long-term pharmacotherapy for elevated low density lipoprotein levels in children: a retrospective analysis. J Clin Lipidol. 2016 Mar-Apr;10(2):265-72.
Umer A, Hamilton C, Britton CM, Mullett MD, John C, Neal W, Lilly CL. Association between Breastfeeding and Childhood Obesity: Analysis of a Linked Longitudinal Study of Rural Appalachian Fifth-Grade Children. Child Obes. 2015 Aug;11(4):449-55.
John CC, Bingi KK, Brant RW, Costello LM, Livengood RH. An 18 year old male with recurrent fever, night sweats and lymphadenopathy, Pediatric Annals. 2015 Apr;44(4):146-8
Cottrell L, Lilly C, Murphy E, John C, Elliott E, Neal WA. Chronic disease risk screening: characteristics of parents who participate in screening with their children. West Virginia Medical Journal, 2015 Jan-Feb;111(1):26-31.
Aboraya A, John C, et al. The Reliability of the Standard for Clinician’s Interview in Psychiatry SCIP: A Clinician-administered Tool with Categorical, Dimensional and Numeric Output, Schizophrenia Research. 2014 Jul;156(2-3):174-83
Hendryx M, Luo J, Knox SS, Zullig KJ, Cottrell L, Hamilton CW, John CC, Mullett MD. Identifying multiple risks of low birth weight using person-centered modeling. Womens Health Issues, 2014 Mar-Apr;24(2):e251-6.
Lilly CL, Gebremariam YD, Cottrell L, John C, Neal W. Trends in serum lipids among 5th grade CARDIAC participants, 2002-2012. J Epidemiol Community Health, 2014 Mar;68(3):218-23.
Cottrell L, John C, Murphy E, et al., Individual-, Family-, Community-, and Policy-Level Impact of a School-Based Cardiovascular Risk Detection Screening Program for Children in Underserved, Rural Areas: The CARDIAC Project. Journal of Obesity, vol. 2013,
John C, Neal W. Screening children for hyperlipidemia by primary care physicians in West Virginia. West Virginia Medical Journal. 2012 May-Jun;108(3):30-5
Fogg TT, Fong CT, John C, Li, SXL, Marshall JA, Peters K, Neal W, Pearson TA. Knowledge, Perception, and Behaviors of Relatives of People with Premature Heart Disease: A Systematic Literature Review. Circulation 2011, 124:958-964.
Mullett MD, Britton CM, John CC, Hamilton CW. WV Birth Score: Maternal Smoking and Drugs of Abuse. West Virginia Medical Journal. 2010 Special Issue; 2010, 106(4):16-20
Aboraya A, Rankin E, France C, El-Missiry A, John C. The Reliability of psychiatric Diagnosis Revisited: The Clinician’s Guide to Improve the Reliability of Psychiatric Diagnosis. Psychiatry. 2006 Jan;3(1): 41-50
Zaslau S, Riggs DR, Jackson BJ, Adkins FC, John CC, Kandzari SJ, McFadden DW. In vitro effects of pentosan polysulfate against malignant breast cancer cells. American Journal of Surgery. 2004 Nov; 188(5): 589-92
Resident Teacher of the Year Award Winner in WVU Internal Medicine, 2011
Resident Teacher of the Year Award Nominee in WVU Pediatrics, 2010
Resident Teacher of the Year Award Winner in WVU Pediatrics, 2009
Best Teaching Intern Award Nominee in WVU Internal Medicine, 2008
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, 2001
National Society for Collegiate Scholars, 1998-2001
Dean’s List (7 of 8 semesters), 1997-2001
Recipient, Ruth E. Duffy Pre-medicine Endowment Award, 2000
Member, American Academy of Pediatrics
Member, American College of Physician
Member, American Public Health Association
Member, American Heart Association
Member, Alpha Omega Alpha
Member, West Virginia University Institutional Review Board, 2013-2015
Member, West Virginia University Curriculum Committee, 2012 – present
Member, West Virginia University School of Medicine Admissions Committee 2006, 2011-present
Member, West Virginia University Hospitals Steering Committee, 2011
About Collin John
Dr. Collin John grew up in a small town outside of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania He attended Penn State University for his undergraduate degree where he graduated with distinction in 2001. He then attended West Virginia University where he received both his Medical Degree and Masters in Public Health degrees in 2007. He then completed a combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency in 2011 at West Virginia University before staying on as faculty. He is currently an Associate Professor in the departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in the West Virginia University School of Medicine. He maintains an active clinical profile in both departments. He serves as a teaching physician for WVU Children’s Hospital in both the outpatient pediatric clinics as well as the inpatient pediatric ward service. He also serves as an attending physician on the busy Internal Medicine Hospitalist service. He also serves as a physician for the WVU Children’s Cholesterol Clinic. In addition to his clinical duties, he also serves as an assistant program director for the Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency program. He also co-directs the Public Health course that is taught to all first year medical students at WVU. He is the principal investigator for Project WATCH, a grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Resources focused on the survelliance of high risk infants born in West Virginia, for which he was honored with the American Academy of Pediatrics Special Achievement Award for the WV Chapter. He maintains an active research profile as he has been an author or co-author for 15 peer-reviewed manuscripts and has been a co-author on numerous abstracts and oral presentations. His main research foci are on perinatal epidemiology and high risk infants, as well as childhood dyslipidemia and obesity. He has been a co-author for 2 textbook chapters. He serves as an associate editor for the West Virginia Medical Journal. For fun he enjoys soccer, hanging out with friends, doing handiwork, travelling and spending time with his wife and 2 cats.
Grants and Research
West Virginia Birth Score Program, Development Risk and Newborn Hearing Screening
Surveillance, WV Department of Health and Human Resources. $312,710, 2012 - present
Patient Care Information
- General Pediatrics
- Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics
Residency, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Combined Residency
West Virginia University School of Medicine, 2011