Erin M. Conlee, M.D.

Senior research projects

Limbus fractures: Presentation, diagnosis and treatment

Transcutaneous electrical stimulation in the use of pediatric pain

Scholarly activity

  • Powell AJ, Conlee EM, et al. Three decades of citation classics: The most cited articles in the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. PM&R. 2014;6:828.
  • Conlee EM, et al. Beauty isn't necessarily benign: Minocycline-induced vasculitic neuropathy with central and peripheral involvement — a case report. Poster presented at: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly; October 2015; Boston, Mass.
  • Fredericks WH, Conlee EM, et al. Brachial plexus injury secondary to extracorporeal membrane oxygenation cannulation and infraclavicular hematoma compression. Poster presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; March 2015; San Antonio, Texas.
  • Conlee EM, et al. A comprehensive retrospective case series of individuals with limbus fractures: Presentation, diagnosis and treatment. "Best Pediatric Posters" oral presentation at: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly; November 2014; San Diego, Calif. Manuscript in preparation.
  • Conlee EM, et al. Not your typical pain in the back: Adolescent back pain that requires a second look. Poster presented at: American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting; October 2014; San Diego, Calif.
  • Iafrate JL, Conlee EM, et al. Poster 391: Awake and on the move: Methylphenidate and levodopa for traumatic brain injury-associated parkinsonism — a case report. PM&R. 2014;6:S322.
  • Conlee EM, et al. With fear and trembling: Orthostatic myoclonus. Poster presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting; February 2014; Nashville, Tenn.

Committee involvement

  • Adapted Sports and Recreation Committee, American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine

Why physical medicine and rehabilitation at Mayo Clinic?

My love of coaching and children brought me to pediatric PM&R, and I was planning on doing a combined pediatric and rehabilitation residency. However, I interviewed with Mayo and knew this was the place that I wanted to be. The idea of treating the needs of the patient first above all else was so refreshing. And at the center of the wonderful and challenging learning environment, the residents genuinely enjoy Mayo and each other.

I also was thrilled to get back to the quiet and lack of traffic of a small town, yet have so many outdoor opportunities. My husband and I have loved being here in Rochester (even through the winter!), and I'm so excited to be a part of PM&R at Mayo.

Personal interests and hobbies

  • Athletics and coaching
  • Outdoor activities, including backpacking and climbing
  • Traveling
  • Life with my husband, son and dog
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