CATCH Trivia Night
Mon, Aug 24 from 6:30pm - 7:45pm
Join your the CATCH community as we get "together" for our first virtual event! The night will start off with a craft cocktail lesson from The Lone Girl Brewing Company and while you sip on your tasty new creation, hear from Jamie J. Limjoco, MD. Dr. Limjoco will give an inside look into Neonatology at AFCH and how her collaborative work is helping families in Wisconsin and beyond.
We'll finish off the night with some trivia so turn off your phone, dig in the depths of your random fact knowledge and hang out with your fellow CATCH members!
6:30 PM: Craft Cocktail Lesson
6:45 PM: Guest Speaker - Dr. Jamie Limjoco
7:00 PM: Trivia
7:45 PM: Event Ends
Jamie J. Limjoco, MD, is an Associate Professor of Neonatology and Newborn Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also serves as the inaugural Medical Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the UW Heath’s American Family Children’s Hospital in Madison. Now in its fifth year of operation, this 26-bed unit is the first Level IV NICU in Madison and only the second in Wisconsin ranking in the top 50 for U.S. News and World Report in 2020. She is also the Executive Medical Director of the Mother Baby Care service line.
Dr. Limjoco works with a wide-ranging team of neonatologists, pediatric specialists, pediatric surgeons, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, respiratory therapists and many other experts to care for acutely ill babies from across Wisconsin and beyond. Babies in her team’s care include those with brain injuries, complex surgical needs (including abdominal, genitourinary, heart and thoracic), and those born very prematurely.
Dr. Limjoco, who came to UW Health in 2012, completed her neonatology fellowship (2011) and pediatrics residency (2008) at LAC+USC Medical Center and Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. Her medical degree (2005) is from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. She also earned an M.S. in Clinical Translation and Investigational Research in 2015. Dr. Limjoco is board certified in neonatology and pediatrics.
Dr. Limjoco’s research has focused on brain function in infants undergoing neonatal drug withdrawal and characterizing abnormal background patterns and seizure burden resulting from exposure to maternal opiates in utero, non-invasive ventilation in babies with congenital diaphragmatic hernia and advancements in neonatal telemedicine. Her quality improvement efforts have mainly focused on neonatal transport, enhancing perioperative communication, and neonatal pain management in surgical infants.