Clinical Assistant Professor, Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Indianapolis
Joseph O'Neil, M.D. is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University and is board-certified in Pediatrics. He completed his undergraduate and post-graduate master's in engineering at Notre Dame University and received his medical degree from Indiana University. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Indiana University. Dr. O'Neil currently serves as chairperson of the Committee on Injury and Poison Prevention of the Indiana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and is a member of the Section of Injury and Poison Prevention for the AAP. He is currently the principle investigator of a CDC training grant on booster seat use. Dr. O'Neil serves as co-principal investigator for Injury Free Coalition for Kids of Indianapolis.
702 Barnhill Drive, Suite 1601
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Joseph O'Neil is available to answer your group's questions via telephone or e-mail.
Joseph O'Neil is available to travel to speak to your group in person.
Areas of expertise:
Window falls prevention
Firearm Injury Prevention
Motor Vehicle Safety