JUNE 2022

In this issue: 

Top Stories: Department of Pediatrics educator extraordinaire Katie Kelley to retire after 32 years of teaching and clinical service‘North Star’ Carol Diamond leaves a legacy after 37 years as a pediatric oncologist, hematologistAllen family gift establishes new “Inspiring Children” lectureshipCelebrating the Residency Class of 2022 More Stories | New Grants | Upcoming Events | Learner Tribute | Recent Publications | New Faculty & Staff


Department of Pediatrics educator extraordinaire Katie Kelley to retire after 32 years of teaching and clinical service

Above, Catherine “Katie” Kelley, MD, associate professor, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (Photo: Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)
Catherine “Katie” Kelley, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, with a more than a three-decade tenure of teaching and clinical service within the University of Wisconsin­–Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health, will exit her career on July 1 as she steps away to a well-earned retirement. Kelley’s efforts in the early 1990s established the Normal Newborn Curriculum and greatly improved newborn training for pediatric residents. Her efforts as a continuity clinic mentor left a lasting impression on dozens of residents fortunate enough to have worked with her. A compassionate and effective clinician and teacher, Kelley will be missed. Full story.
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‘North Star’ Carol Diamond leaves a legacy after 37 years as a pediatric oncologist, hematologist

Above, Carol A. Diamond, MD, associate professor, Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant (Photo: Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)
This summer will usher in substantial transition for the University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics as the Medical Director of both the Pediatric Comprehensive Bleeding Center and the Pediatric Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center, the Director of Coagulation, an associate professor, and a 10-year academic career advisor and mentor exit the department. This extensive changing of the guard will follow the July 5 retirement of Carol A. Diamond, MD, associate professor, Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant, as she hands off her multiple responsibilities to new and capable faculty ready to carry on the work. Full story.
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Allen family gift establishes new “Inspiring Children” lectureship

Above, David Allen, MD, professor and division chief in Endocrinology and Diabetes (Photo: Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)
The University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics is pleased to announce the establishment of a new annual lectureship, “The Allen Family Foundation Inspiring Children Lectureship.” Each July, this lectureship will welcome new trainees into the profound and complex journey that is pediatrics, and further inspire and motivate those already on the path. The inaugural lecture, “Ode to six children that shaped a career,” will be presented by David Allen, MD, professor and division chief in Endocrinology and Diabetes, and one of the endowed gift’s initial donors. The lecture will be delivered in a hybrid format on Thursday, July 14, 2022, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. It will be immediately followed by an in-person New Intern Reception at 8:45 a.m. Learn more.
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Celebrating the Residency Class of 2022

Above, members of the Department of Pediatrics' Residency Class of 2022 (Contributed photo)
On Friday, June 10, the Department of Pediatrics’ residency program leaders, residents, and their families gathered for the Residency Class of 2022’s graduation ceremony at the Monona Terrace. Scott HagenMD, professor, Critical Care, gave the keynote lecture, and 13 awards and certificates were presented to faculty, trainees, and graduates. Read more.
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LMFAO research lab focuses on amplifying positive social media activities for marginalized adolescents

Above, Ellen M. Selkie, MD, MPH, assistant professor, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine (Photo: Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)
Less than one year ago, the University of Wisconsin­ Department of Pediatrics welcomed a new faculty member with an innovative focus on adolescent health. Ellen M. Selkie, MD, MPH, assistant professor, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, arrived from the University of Michigan with her research lab, Learning More from Adolescents Online, or LMFAO, in July 2021. Selkie’s lab is interested in how social media can be used as a positive influence for youth development and well-being, with a specific interest in amplifying positive social media activities for marginalized adolescents. Full story.
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Study finds higher asthma rates among Black and Hispanic children regardless of neighborhood income or density

Above, a child using an asthma inhaler. (Photo: Shutterstock)
A new, large study found that although there is a correlation between childhood asthma and being born into a densely populated or lower-income neighborhood, Black and Hispanic children had consistently higher rates of asthma than white children even in more affluent neighborhoods. The research, which was conducted as part of a multi-institutional collaboration led by James Gern, MD, professor of pediatrics and medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, included data from 5,809 children born throughout the United States over a span of four decades, providing important insight into how racial and ethnic health inequities may cause children to develop wheezing and asthma. Full story.
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Bernadette Gillick appointed to ICTR, AACPDM leadership positions

Above, Bernadette Gillick, PhD, MSPT, PT, associate professor, Developmental Pediatrics and Rehabilitation Medicine (Photo: Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)
Congratulations to Bernadette Gillick, PhD, MSPT, PT, associate professor, Developmental Pediatrics and Rehabilitation Medicine, on her new leadership role as Director of Research Design within the University of Wisconsin­–Madison’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). In this role, she will apply her research and clinical experience in relation to clinical trials, informatics, and study design. Additionally, Gillick was recently appointed to serve as a director-at-large for the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM). This role further supports her work in pediatric neuromodulation and in optimizing outcomes after perinatal stroke and cerebral palsy.
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Pediatrics faculty, staff present at Society for Critical Care Medicine’s 51st Annual Congress

Thousands of critical care professionals attend the Society for Critical Care Medicine’s annual Congress to discover the latest solutions and developments, medical advances, cutting-edge treatments, and breakthroughs in intensive care unit administration and management. At this year’s 51st Congress – which was held virtually in April – five University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics faculty and staff presented abstracts. Read more.
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Pediatrics faculty share expertise: May 2022

University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics faculty are at the forefront of media coverage as local, state, and national journalists seek out experts on the topics of child health, parenting, vaccinations, and Covid-19, to name a few. Read the interviews and articles published during May 2022 that include expert commentary from Department of Pediatrics faculty.
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New Grants

Christina Amend awarded Clinical Scholar Award from HTRS, Novo Nordisk Inc

Congratulations to Christina Amend, MD, fellow, Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplant, and her mentors, Carol Diamond, MD, and John Sheehan, MD, who were recently awarded the 2022 HTRS/Novo Nordisk Clinical Scholar Award (CSA) in Hemophilia and Rare Bleeding Disorders. The award is supported by an educational grant to the Hemostasis and Thrombosis Research Society, Inc. (HTRS) from Novo Nordisk Inc. The purpose of the CSA award is to provide financial support for an early-career physician interested in enhancing their clinical and clinical research training in hemostasis by engaging in a 12-month, intensive clinical scholar program focused on hemophilia and rare bleeding disorders, under the guidance of an experienced mentor. This $119,600 award supports a one-year fellowship in the clinical care of patients with hemophilia and rare bleeding disorders, including an honorarium for the mentor. 

Megan Peters and Juan Boriosi awarded grant from Society for Pediatric Sedation

Congratulations to Division of Critical Care faculty members Megan Peters, MD, assistant professor, and Juan Boriosi, MD, associate professor, who were recently awarded a Society for Pediatric Sedation scholarly grant. Their one-year project, “Transitioning pediatric circumcision from the operating room to the pediatric sedation center: A pilot study,” scored the highest among the judged applications, and it was funded in the amount of $10,000. Because of the high cost and the increasing demand on time in the operating room, and because of the importance in ensuring a safe, high-value experience for patients and their families, this study seeks to pilot use of the pediatric sedation center as a potential alternative to the operating room for pediatric circumcision. The anticipated success of this project will engender additional discussion with other surgical services as to the feasibility of performing their minor procedures outside of an operating room setting.

Michelle Kelly and Ryan Coller named site investigators for new multicenter study of FACES

Congratulations to Michelle Kelly, MD, MPH, associate professor, Hospital Medicine, and Ryan Coller, MD, MPH, assistant professor and division chief, Hospital Medicine, who were recently awarded a $165,046 subaward from Boston Children’s Hospital and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for their study, “A multicenter randomized controlled trial of a patient safety reporting intervention for families to improve medical error detection and reduce inequities.” The five-year project will test the effectiveness and impact of a mobile family safety reporting intervention known as FACES, or Family Activation and Communication in Errors and Safety, in four hospitals that are diverse in linguistics, ethnicities, and geography. Specifically, the study is a multicenter randomized controlled trial of FACES for hospitalized families to share comments, concerns, and compliments about the safety of their children’s care. The research team will investigate how this intervention affects patient safety and disparities in reporting among families with language and educational barriers. Together with Alisa Khan, MD, of Boston Children’s Hospital and two other hospitals, UW Health Kids and the American Family Children’s Hospital will be participating in this study with Kelly and Coller serving as Site Principal Investigator and Site Co-Investigator, respectively.

Ryan Coller and Nicole Werner awarded R18 funding for new mHealth platform MedS@HOME

Congratulations to Ryan Coller, MD, MPH, assistant professor and division chief, Hospital Medicine, and co-Principal Investigator, Nicole Werner, PhD, associate professor of engineering, along with Michelle Chui, PhD, professor of pharmacology, who were recently awarded a $500,000 grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality for their project, “Improving medication safety for medically complex children with mHealth across caregiving networks.” The three-year project will create a mobile health (mHealth) platform, Medication Safety @HOME (MedS@HOME) to improve medication safety for children with medical complexity by supporting standardized medication management across the caregiving network. The team’s goals are to increase medication administration accuracy, reduce medication-related adverse events, and ultimately improve chronic care management.

David Turicek, student in Capitini Laboratory, awarded Hilldale Fellowship

Congratulations to David Turicek, undergraduate student in the laboratory of Christian Capitini, MD, Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplant, who was recently awarded a 2022-2023 Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship. The fellowship includes a $3,000 stipend for Turicek and $1,000 for his faculty adviser to offset costs associated with his research expenses. 

Students in Mohr Lab win PIDS SUMMERS award, Hilldale Fellowship

Congratulations to two student researchers in the laboratory of Emma Mohr, MD, PhD, Infectious Diseases, who recently won awards. Jessica Schwartz received the Pediatric Infectious Disease Society’s (PIDS) Summer Research Scholars Award, also called SUMMERS, which funds summer research projects by students at various levels of training. Lauren Hlubekreceived the Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowship, which includes a stipend to Hlubek and her faculty adviser.
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Upcoming Events

Pediatric Grand Rounds

“PIK3CA-Related Overgrowth Spectrum (PROS): Clinical Phenotypes, Management & Therapeutics”
June 23, 2022 | 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Livestreamed via Zoom
Speaker: Kim Keppler-Noreuil, MD, Professor, Division Chief, Fellowship Director, Genetics and Metabolism, University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics
“Working in the 'Gray Zone' of Trauma, Autism, and Neurodevelopmental Disorders”
June 30, 2022 | 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Livestreamed via Zoom
Speaker: Jason Fogler, Ph.D, Staff Psychologist/Co-Director: ADHD Program, Division of Developmental Medicine, Training Director Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Psychology, Harvard Medical School
No Pediatric Grand Rounds 
July 7, 2022 | 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

The Allen Family Foundation Inspiring Children Lectureship: "Ode to six children that shaped a career"
Thursday, July 14, 2022
Hybrid Lecture via HSLC 1345 or Zoom, 7:30 a.m.
In-person New Intern Reception, 8:45 a.m.
Speaker: David Allen, MD, Professor, Division Chief, Endocrinology and Diabetes, University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics

Seminars in Pediatrics: Growth and Development
Friday, September 9, 2022
In-Person and Virtual Attendance Options
This annual conference highlights the latest trends in pediatric research and clinical practice and provides physicians, nurses, and other primary care providers with up-to-date information on developments in the prevention and treatment of childhood and adolescent diseases. Both in-person and online attendance options will be offered. Learn more.
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Learner Tribute

Here’s what medical students and residents shared about Amy Plumb, MD, associate professor, General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine:

"Dr. Plumb is extremely knowledgeable in the field of general pediatrics and brings her expertise to each patient encounter. She forms very solid relationships with her patients and families and can provide top-tier care. I learned a lot each clinic by simply listening to her interactions with patients. Dr. Plumb does a fantastic job of teaching during each patient encounter by providing information on the diagnosis and topic at hand. She puts you in the best situations to learn and gives a lot of helpful feedback."
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Recent Publications

  1. Babal JCWebber SNacht CLNackers KAMTiedt KAllen AAllen BJKelly MMRecognizing and Mitigating Gender Bias in Medical Teaching Assessments. J Grad Med Educ. 2022 Apr;14(2):139-143. doi: 10.4300/JGME-D-21-00774.1. Epub 2022 Apr 14. PubMed PMID: 35463180; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC9017261. 
  2. Barton HJ, Werner NE, Morgen M, DeMuri GP, Kelly MM, Wald ER, Warner G, Katz B, Coller RJ. Task Analysis of In-Home SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Antigen Testing by Families. Pediatrics. 2022 May 25;. doi: 10.1542/peds.2022-056681. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35610754. 
  3. Beverley KM, Shahi PK, Kabra M, Zhao Q, Heyrman J, Steffen J, Pattnaik BRKir7.1 disease mutant T153I within the inner pore affects K+ conduction. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2022 May 18;. doi: 10.1152/ajpcell.00093.2022. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35584325. 
  4. Britt EC, Lika J, Giese MA, Schoen TJ, Seim GL, Huang Z, Lee PY, Huttenlocher A, Fan J. Switching to the cyclic pentose phosphate pathway powers the oxidative burst in activated neutrophils. Nat Metab. 2022 Mar;4(3):389-403. doi: 10.1038/s42255-022-00550-8. Epub 2022 Mar 28. PMID: 35347316; PMCID: PMC8964420. 
  5. Clay SM, Schoettler N, Goldstein AM, Carbonetto P, Dapas M, Altman MC, Rosasco MG, Gern JEJackson DJ, Im HK, Stephens M, Nicolae DL, Ober C. Fine-mapping studies distinguish genetic risks for childhood- and adult-onset asthma in the HLA region. Genome Med. 2022 May 24;14(1):55. doi: 10.1186/s13073-022-01058-2. PMID: 35606880; PMCID: PMC9128203. 
  6. Co DO, Kwon JM. Autoimmune Encephalitis: Distinguishing Features and Specific Therapies. Crit Care Clin. 2022 Apr;38(2):393-412. doi: 10.1016/j.ccc.2021.11.007. PMID: 35369953. 
  7. Coller RJ, Lerner CF, Chung PJ, Klitzner TS, Cushing CC, Warner G, Nacht CL, Thompson LR, Eickhoff J, Ehlenbach ML, Garrity BM, Bowe T, Berry JG. Caregiving and Confidence to Avoid Hospitalization for Children with Medical Complexity. J Pediatr. 2022 May 12;. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2022.05.011. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35569522. 
  8. DeSanti RL, Cowan EA, Kory PD, Lasarev MR, Schmidt J, Al-Subu AMThe Inter-Rater Reliability of Pediatric Point-of-Care Lung Ultrasound Interpretation in Children With Acute Respiratory Failure. J Ultrasound Med. 2022 May;41(5):1159-1167. doi: 10.1002/jum.15805. Epub 2021 Aug 11. PMID: 34378821; PMCID: PMC8831657. 
  9. Dieterich P, Lindemann O, Moskopp ML, Tauzin S, Huttenlocher A, Klages R, Chechkin A, Schwab A. Anomalous diffusion and asymmetric tempering memory in neutrophil chemotaxis. PLoS Comput Biol. 2022 May 18;18(5):e1010089. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1010089. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35584137. 
  10. Harer MWCondit PE, Chuck JE, Lasarev MR, Chock VY. Renal oxygenation measured by near-infrared spectroscopy in preterm neonates in the first week. Pediatr Res. 2022 Mar 30;. doi: 10.1038/s41390-022-02036-5. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35354931.
  11. Harer MW, Konkol LJ, Limjoco JJTransitioning from NRP to a combined PALS-NRP resuscitation model at a level IV NICU. J Perinatol. 2022 May 24;. doi: 10.1038/s41372-022-01416-3. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35610362. 
  12. Khan A, Baird J, Kelly MM, Blaine K, Chieco D, Haskell H, Lopez K, Ngo T, Mercer A, Quiñones-Pérez B, Schuster MA, Singer SJ, Viswanath K, Landrigan CP, Williams D, Luff D. Family Safety Reporting in Medically Complex Children: Parent, Staff, and Leader Perspectives. Pediatrics. 2022 May 26;. doi: 10.1542/peds.2021-053913. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35615941. 
  13. Lam D, Wagner H, Zimmerman AB, Rosner B, Kinoshita B, Mickles C, Mitchell GL, Moreno MA, Richdale K. Change in Risk Score and Behaviors of Soft Contact Lens Wearers After Targeted Patient Education. Eye Contact Lens. 2022 May 17;. doi: 10.1097/ICL.0000000000000900. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35580482.
  14. Lang A, Balmert LC, Weiss M, Pongracic JA, Singh AMReal world use of peanut component testing among children in the Chicago metropolitan area. Allergy Asthma Proc. 2022 May 1;43(3):226-233. doi: 10.2500/aap.2022.43.220021. PMID: 35524355. 
  15. Lopez-Varela E, Abulfathi AA, Strydom N, Goussard P, van Wyk AC, Demers AM, Deventer AV, Garcia-Prats AJ, van der Merwe J, Zimmerman M, Carter CL, Janson J, Morrison J, Reuter H, Decloedt EH, Seddon JA, Svensson EM, Warren R, Savic RM, Dartois V, Hesseling AC. Drug concentration at the site of disease in children with pulmonary tuberculosis. J Antimicrob Chemother. 2022 Apr 25;. doi: 10.1093/jac/dkac103. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35468189. 
  16. McAdams RM, Kaur R, Sun Y, Bindra H, Cho SJ, Singh H. Predicting clinical outcomes using artificial intelligence and machine learning in neonatal intensive care units: a systematic review. J Perinatol. 2022 May 13;. doi: 10.1038/s41372-022-01392-8. [Epub ahead of print] Review. PubMed PMID: 35562414. 
  17. McBride EB, Lasarev MR, O'Connell DMLimjoco JJClinical Outcomes of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Graduates with Bridled Nasogastric Feeding Tubes. Am J Perinatol. 2022 May 17;. doi: 10.1055/s-0042-1748161. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 35580625. 
  18. Moreno MA, Binger K, Zhao Q, Eickhoff J, Minich M, Uhls YT. Digital Technology and Media Use by Adolescents: Latent Class Analysis. JMIR Pediatr Parent. 2022 May 4;5(2):e35540. doi: 10.2196/35540. PubMed PMID: 35507401. 
  19. Quail DF, Amulic B, Aziz M, Barnes BJ, Eruslanov E, Fridlender ZG, Goodridge HS, Granot Z, Hidalgo A, Huttenlocher A, Kaplan MJ, Malanchi I, Merghoub T, Meylan E, Mittal V, Pittet MJ, Rubio-Ponce A, Udalova IA, van den Berg TK, Wagner DD, Wang P, Zychlinsky A, de Visser KE, Egeblad M, Kubes P. Neutrophil phenotypes and functions in cancer: A consensus statement. J Exp Med. 2022 Jun 6;219(6):e20220011. doi: 10.1084/jem.20220011. Epub 2022 May 6. PMID: 35522219; PMCID: PMC9086501. 
  20. Schoettler N, Dissanayake E, Craven MW, Yee JS, Eliason J, Schauberger EM, Lemanske RF, Ober C, Gern JE; Children’s Respiratory and Environmental Workgroup. New Insights Relating Gasdermin B to the Onset of Childhood Asthma. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2022 May 17. doi: 10.1165/rcmb.2022-0043PS. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35580164. 
  21. Singh AM, Anvari S, Hauk P, Lio P, Nanda A, Sidbury R, Schneider L. Atopic Dermatitis and Food Allergy: Best Practices and Knowledge Gaps-A Work Group Report from the AAAAI Allergic Skin Diseases Committee and Leadership Institute Project. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2022 Mar;10(3):697-706. doi: 10.1016/j.jaip.2021.12.037. Epub 2022 Jan 29. PMID: 35101439. 
  22. Warwick RM, Araya AC, Shumer DE, Selkie EMTransgender Youths' Sexual Health and Education: A Qualitative Analysis. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2022 Apr;35(2):138-146. doi: 10.1016/j.jpag.2021.09.011. Epub 2021 Oct 4. PubMed PMID: 34619356.
  23. Zanobetti A, Ryan PH, Coull B, Brokamp C, Datta S, Blossom J, Lothrop N, Miller RL, Beamer PI, Visness CM, Andrews H, Bacharier LB, Hartert T, Johnson CC, Ownby D, Khurana Hershey GK, Joseph C, Yiqiang S, Mendoza E, Jackson DJ, Luttmann-Gibson H, Zoratti EM, Wright AL, Martinez FD, Seroogy CMGern JE, Gold DR; Children’s Respiratory and Environmental Workgroup (CREW) Consortium. Childhood Asthma Incidence, Early and Persistent Wheeze, and Neighborhood Socioeconomic Factors in the ECHO/CREW Consortium. JAMA Pediatr. 2022 May 23. doi: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2022.1446. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35604671. 
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New Faculty and Staff

Please join us in welcoming the following individuals who joined the Department of Pediatrics in May.
Hara Levy, MD, MMSc
Professor and Division Chief
Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine
Kathryn Gannon-Loew, MD, MS
Assistant Professor
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Angela O’Connor, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Quinlan Alfredson
Student Researcher
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Caleb Choi
Healthcare Administration Intern
Jill Denson
UW Prevention Research Center Deputy Director
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Miguel Garcia
Student Researcher
Hospital Medicine
Callie Haertle
Student Researcher
Hematology, Oncology, and Bone Marrow Transplant
Sabrina Kabakov
Research Assistant
Infectious Diseases
Hannah Kearney
Clinical Research Coordinator II
Hospital Medicine
Gracey Niedzielak
Student Researcher
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Tracy Pham
Student Researcher
Infectious Diseases
Roger Schultz
Research Coordinator
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Jaqueline Sii
Student Researcher
General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Cole Witt
Student Researcher
Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant
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About Milestones

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