- Walter Reed Medal, The Brooklyn Hospital Center (2022)
- Outstanding Achievement and Distinguished Service Award, Professional Staff, The Brooklyn Hospital Center
- Presidential Citation, Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress (2014, 2016-2019)
- Teacher Recognition Award, Brookdale Hospital Medical Center (2003)
- Teacher of the Year Award, The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Department of Pediatrics (1999, 2015-2018)
- Educational Scholarship Award for excellence in critical care research, 27th Educational and Scientific Symposium of the Society of Critical Care Medicine, San Antonio, Texas (1998)
- The Friend of Nursing Award for team spirit and professional leadership, TBHC (2000)
- Critical care ailments of pediatric patients; acute and chronic respiratory failure, chronic lung disease
- Mechanical ventilation
- Management of pediatric airway
- Procedural sedation
Dr. Pierre was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, where he completed his pre-medical education. He graduated with honors from Montemorelos University in Mexico. After pediatric residency training at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York City, he completed a fellowship in pediatric critical care at Cohen’s Children’s Hospital of Northwell Health on Long Island.
His professional career began in 1998 at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, where he helped establish the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). He remains Director of Pediatric Inpatient Services at TBHC and Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Dr. Pierre is active in global health, pioneering the development of pediatric critical care and training programs for resource-limited countries. He co-founded PULSE (Pediatric Universal Life-Saving Effort), a non-profit organization recognized in Haiti, Nepal, Kenya and Nigeria. Dr. Pierre is a four-time recipient of the Teacher of the Year award by the Department of Pediatrics at TBHC, has multiple presidential citations for outstanding contribution to the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and is a fellow of the college of Critical Care Medicine.
Away from work, Dr. Pierre enjoys motorcycling and playing the violin and cello with his family string ensemble.