Editor, Medical Home Portal
Senior RN, Teratogen Information Specialist, Utah Department of Health and Human Services

P.O. Box 581289
Salt Lake City, UT 84158
contact address


Dr. Romeo's Doctorate (PhD) and Master's of Science degrees are in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Utah. His Bachelor's of Science in Nursing is from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and his Bachelor's of Arts in Literature is from the University of Houston - Clear Lake. His nursing experience is in newborn intensive care, public health, and teratology information.

Declared conflicts of interest on file (09/28/2022)

Selected Bibliography:

Norlin C, Romeo A, Rocha R.
Developing a web site to support the implementation of medical home.
AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2007:563-7. PubMed abstract

Rocha RA, Romeo AN, Norlin C.
Core features of a parent-controlled pediatric medical home record.
Stud Health Technol Inform. 2007;129(Pt 2):997-1001. PubMed abstract

Romeo AN, Običan SG.
Teratogen update: Antithyroid medications.
Birth Defects Res. 2020;112(15):1150-1170. PubMed abstract

Orbain MM, Johnson J, Nance A, Romeo AN, Silver MA, Martinez L, Leen-Mitchell M, Carey JC.
Maternal diabetes-related malformations in Utah: A population study of birth prevalence 2001-2016.
Birth Defects Res. 2021;113(2):152-160. PubMed abstract

Romeo AN, Leedom V, Nance A, Chambers C, Contreras D, Lupo PJ, Kirby RS.
Promoting collaborations to improve birth defects surveillance, research, and prevention: A joint editorial from the National Birth Defects Prevention Network and the Organization of Teratology Information Specialists.
Birth Defects Res. 2021;113(2):117-122. PubMed abstract