Mark Minor, MD is a pediatric pulmonologist and program director of the transitional care unit at Dayton Children's Hospital. He completed his medical school education at Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in Huntington, West Virginia with an undergraduate degree from West Virginia University. Following medical school, he spent his pediatric residency at WVU Charleston, CAMC Women & Children's Hospital in Charleston, West Virginia. He completed his fellowship in pediatric pulmonology at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Minor is board certified in pediatric pulmonology and general pediatrics by The American Board of Pediatrics. When he asked why he chose to specialize in pediatric pulmonology he said that he has a personal passion for helping children with respiratory illnesses, specifically Cystic Fibrosis. One of his favorite things about working at Dayton Children's Hospital is knowing each person has the same goal in mind, doing what is best for the patient. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Minor enjoys traveling, biking and spending time with family.
education and training
- medical school: Marshall University, Joan C Edwards School of Medicine, Huntington, West Virginia
- residency: WVU Charleston, CAMC Women & Children's - Pediatrics, Charleston, West Virginia
- fellowship: Nationwide Children's Hospital - Pediatric Pulmonology, Columbus, Ohio
- board certification:
- Pediatric Pulmonology
publications and presentation
- "The use of a monoclonal antibody to treat biofilms in the sputum of patients with Cystic Fibrosis", Fellowship Laboratory Research Project
- "Efficacy of the enzyme cartridge (RELiZORB™) during continuous enteral feeds for patients with Cystic Fibrosis", Fellowship Research Project, Poster Presentation CF Conference 2017
- "Bronchiolitis Obliterans post Stevens-Johnson Syndrome", a Case Report Poster Presentation, CHEST 2017
- "Retrospective analysis of the Lipid-Laden Macrophage Index values among pediatric patients with and without chronic lung disease", Orinigal research poster presentation, ATS May 2015
- "Retrospective analysis of the utility of post bronchoscopy chest x-ray in the pediatric population" Poster presentation, CHEST 2014
- "The Genetics of Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia and Development of Swyer James Macleod Syndrome: A Case Report" Poster presentation, ATS 2014
- "Tobacco Use and Cessation among West Virginia Adolescents" A Review Article, First author, Published: WV State Medical Journal, July/August 2014
- "Status Astmaticus", Critical Care Conference, Resident Lecture Series, Dayton Children's, July 2019
- "Asthma in the Pediatric Population" 24th Annual Family Practice Conference, Dayton, Ohio, February 2019
- "Lower Respiratory Disorders", Dayton Children's Hospital Resident Lecture, October 2018
awards, honors and organizations
honors and awards
- Dayton Magazine - Dayton Best Docs 2023
- Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Second Year Clinical Fellowship Award, July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017
professional society memberships
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- American Thoracic Society
- American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST)
ratings and reviews
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This was the most thorough appointment I have ever had with one of my children. We were given explanations for all of our questions and I left with confidence that my son is receiving the highest possible care. Thank you!!
Thank you for your time and help. We appreciate it and are looking forward to our daughter feeling better! Thank you again!
Dr. Minor is the most amazing compassionate and knowledgeable doctor that we could ask for. Thank you.
Provider was very thorough, and encouraging, demonstrated how to do technical breathing to make sure that my son was doing the appropriate breathing techniques, and appreciated everything that the care of children's, just amazing. Thank you again. Bye.
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Airway anomalies, Asthma, Bronchopulmonary dysplasia, Chronic cough, Cystic fibrosis, Interstitial lung disease, Lung disorders, Obstructive sleep apnea, Pulmonary hypertension, Recurrent pneumonia, Respiratory infections, Tracheostomy care, Undiagnosed wheezing, Ventilator care, Vocal cord dysfunction