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APRIL 2021

In this issue: 

Top Stories: Claudette Adegboro, MD, named Centennial Scholar | Department of Pediatrics ranks high in NIH research funding | More Headlines: Faculty artwork published in WMJ special issue | New UW Carbone program connects adolescents, young adults with cancer to supportive care services | Resident Match Day 2021: Department of Pediatrics announces incoming interns | ‘You have to recognize the opportunities’: AAP oral history interview with Philip Farrell, MD, PhD | Honors & Awards | New Grants | In The News | Learner Tribute | Upcoming Grand Rounds | Hi-5 from a Colleague | Recent Publications | New Faculty & Staff

Top Stories

Claudette Adegboro, MD, named Centennial Scholar

Above, Claudette Adegboro, MD, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery, and physician lead for the Periviable Infant Project / Maternal Fetal Medicine Liaison. (Photo by Bob Gordon / Department of Pediatrics)

Claudette Adegboro, MD, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery, has been selected as a 2021 University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health (SMPH) Centennial Scholar. The goal of the Centennial Scholars Program is to develop faculty whose diversity enhances the quality of education and research at SMPH, and who may serve as visible and available role models for students and trainees, especially those from underrepresented minority backgrounds.
 
As a clinician-researcher, Adegboro’s primary research interest is in preventing neonatal brain injury and improving neurodevelopmental outcomes among preterm and late preterm infants. She is also passionate about educating others on racial inequality in healthcare and participating in community outreach for children from underrepresented backgrounds. Full story.

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Department of Pediatrics ranks high in NIH research funding

Above, a W crest is pictured surrounded by the spring blooms of an ornamental pear tree along University Avenue. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)

The University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics continues to be a leader among pediatric departments in federal research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), according to the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research. The recently released 2020 rankings lists the Department of Pediatrics as No. 13 in the nation with over $23.1 million in funding from the NIH. The department has continued to rise in national rankings of research dollars, up from No. 28 in 2010, and has ranked in the top 15 for four years straight.

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More Headlines

Faculty artwork published in WMJ special issue

In response to the high-profile racial incidents and subsequent protests in the spring and summer of 2020, the Wisconsin Medical Journal published a special issue focusing on how the health of the people in Wisconsin is affected by race and racism. Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery, served on the Special Issue Advisory Group. The following artwork by Ryan McAdams, MD, associate professor and division chief, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery and Global Pediatrics, and Elizabeth Petty, MD, professor, Genetics & Metabolism, was published in the issue:

  • McAdams, R. (2020). Cribs and Caskets [Painting]. WMJ, cover art.
  • McAdams, R. (2021). Inequity of Six Feet [Painting]. WMJ, page 3.
  • Petty, E. Together We Are Strong [Photograph]. WMJ, page 87.

New UW Carbone program connects adolescents, young adults with cancer to supportive care services

Getting a cancer diagnosis isn’t easy at any age. But for a teenager making college plans, for instance, or a young adult who is thinking about starting a family, it can be extra challenging and frustrating. And the needs these individuals have often go beyond just treatment.
 
While oncologists know the unique challenges faced by young people with cancer, the issue has been assessing each patient’s specific needs, during limited clinical time together, and finding the appropriate resources – such as mental health services, fertility care, and peer support – scattered throughout the health care system.
 
That’s where the new Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Program at the UW Carbone Cancer Center comes in. Launched earlier this year, the AYA Oncology Program aims to meet the unique psychosocial needs of cancer patients and survivors aged 15-39, and support them both during and after their treatment.  Full story.

Resident Match Day 2021: Department of Pediatrics announces incoming interns

The University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics is excited to welcome sixteen incoming residents for the 2021-22 academic year. Click here to view the individuals who matched in the Pediatrics and Child Neurology residency programs and the medical schools they attended.

‘You have to recognize the opportunities’: AAP oral history interview with Philip Farrell, MD, PhD

This past January, Philip M. Farrell, MD, PhD, emeritus dean and professor, Pulmonology & Sleep Medicine, was interviewed by Clement Ren, MD, MBA, professor of clinical pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)’s Oral History Project. Farrell has dedicated a remarkable forty-plus years to understanding, diagnosing, and caring for children diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis (CF). His leadership and research have profoundly expanded the understanding of CF, and he is a model for others studying rare diseases. We invite you to learn more about Farrell and read this tremendous collection of his stories and personal narration: Oral History Interview: Philip M. Farrell, MD, PhD

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Honors & Awards

Paul Sondel, MD, PhD, wins ACTS ‘Distinguished Investigator Award’

Paul Sondel, MD, PhD, professor, Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant, has been named the 2021 Edward H. Ahrens Junior Distinguished Investigator Award for Patient-Oriented Research by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS). “I am very grateful for this recognition, and I am fortunate to have been able to devote my entire academic career to translational research here at University of Wisconsin,” stated Sondel. “The environment, collegiality, cooperation, academic-freedom, faculty-governance, resources and the ‘let’s do what is best for patients’ atmosphere of our School of Medicine & Public Health, UW Carbone Cancer Center, and ICTR have all been so appreciated.” Full story.
 

Pediatrics IT team nominated for 2021 Administrative Improvement Award


It's easy to forget that back in early March 2020, no one was sure yet just how bad the pandemic might be, or whether a lockdown would be required at all. Nevertheless, the Department of Pediatrics was ready when UW-Madison’s work-from-home mandate arrived thanks to the Pediatric Computer Support Services team’s foresight, teamwork, and concentrated efforts in preparing for the abrupt and massive shift to remote work. Following the initial lockdown period, the Pediatrics IT team continued to make improvements to its services and created long-lasting and invaluable administrative upgrades. For these reasons and more, the entire team – Heather AsplundPhilip DollPatrick KuhlMarc MrozinskiBen Plunkett and Mike Remick – was nominated by Peds IT Program Director Scott Gletty-Syoen for the University of Wisconsin 2021 Administrative Improvement Award. Congratulations on this nomination and the truly worthy recognition of your incredible impact on our organization. 

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New Grants

Anna Huttenlocher, MD, awarded two-year NIH-NIAID grant

Anna Huttenlocher, MD, professor, Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology, was recently awarded a two-year R21 grant for $422,720 from the National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH-NIAID).  The project, titled “Imaging Immunometabolism in live animals during host defense,” aims to develop tools to study the metabolic regulation of immune cell function in live animals, which could better inform the development of new therapies that target immunometabolism.

 
 

Anne Marie Singh, MD, to lead birth cohort study

Anne Marie Singh, MD, associate professor, Allergy, Immunology, and Rheumatology, was named site Principal Investigator for a new clinical birth cohort study, titled “Childhood Allergy and the Neonatal Environment (CANOE).” In this study, investigators will observe how early life microbial and allergen exposures modify airway epithelial gene expression. Researchers will also examine whether these changes influence mucosal immune development in the evolution of wheezing. The study, which is part of the Children’s Respiratory Research and Environmental Workgroup, was awarded $59,644 over two years from Duke University and the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious.
 

Dr. Bernadette Gillick awarded AACPDM research grant

Principal Investigator Bernadette Gillick, PhD, MSPT, PT, associate professor, Developmental Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, was awarded the 2020 American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) Research Grant for her project, titled ““Teleneuromodulation in Children with Cerebral Palsy.” The study will investigate an open label telehealth intervention of transcranial direct current stimulation in children with cerebral palsy supervised in the home setting.  As PI, Gillick will direct all aspects of the study including training, regulatory oversight, recruitment, enrollment, study execution, analysis and deliverables. The $37,713 grant is funded by the National Institutes of Health through the National Pediatric Rehabilitation Resource. 
 

Members of Pattnaik Research Group awarded travel grants

Congratulations to three members of the Pattnaik Research Group who were awarded travel grants for upcoming conferences. Allison Spillane, graduate research assistant, was selected for the Sarla P. Kothary Memorial Travel Grant to present her poster, “Preclinical Testing of HUB-101, a Potential Gene Therapy for LCA16,” at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)’s annual meeting. Meha Kabra, post-doctoral research associate, also received an ARVO travel grant and will be presenting her poster, “CRISPR Base Editing as a potential therapeutic approach for Kir7.1-pathy.” The ARVO annual meeting will be held May 1-7, 2021.
 
Additionally, Katie Beverley, graduate research assistant, was awarded a travel grant to present her paper, “Side-Chain Polarity of Amino Acids within the Kir7.1 Channel Pore Lining Determine Permeability and Function” at the Experimental Biology annual meeting, which will be held virtually April 27-30, 2021.

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Other Announcements

Abstracts for Pediatrics Research Week due April 19

Abstracts for Pediatrics Research Week are being accepted through Monday, April 19. Submit your abstract today by filling out the following online formAbstract Submission Link. On this form, you can also indicate if you want your abstract considered for the platform presentations. Six platform presentations will be chosen: two by residents, two by fellows, one by faculty, and one by a medical student, researcher, staff or other title.  More details about Pediatrics Research Week can be found on the Pediatrics Research Week 2021 web page.

PAS 2021 Guidebook now available

View the e-posters and oral abstracts that will be presented at PAS 2021 by Department of Pediatrics faculty, staff and learners: PAS 2021 Guidebook (links to PDF).

Save the Date: AFCH Poster Fair

Mark your calendars for the annual AFCH Quality and Safety Poster Fair, which will be held Wednesday, September 15, 2021. Additional details to follow.

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In The News

Above, James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases, during a press conference in 2020. 

CBS 58: Two walk-in COVID-19 vaccine sites to open up for people living in priority ZIP codes

Featured: Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery | Full story

CBS 58: One year mark of COVID-19 pandemic shows progress and the need to remain vigilant

Interviewed: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

Channel 3000: ‘They are proving to be very safe’: UW Health expert answers questions about COVID-19 vaccines

Featured: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

Channel 3000: Updated CDC guidance says 3 feet of physical distancing is safe in schools

Interviewed: Gregory DeMuri, MD, professor, Infectious Diseases | Full story

Channel 3000: ‘Conversations we need to be having’: Panel discusses vaccine and the Black community

Featured: Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery | Full story
 

Deccan Herald: When will children get the Covid-19 vaccine

Interviewed: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

Fox 47: The psychological and mental health symptoms of COVID-19

Featured: Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery | Full story
 

Isthmus: Innovations in Immunotherapy

Featured Guests: Paul Sondel, MD, PhD, professor and Christian Capitini, MD, associate professor, Hematology, Oncology & Bone Marrow Transplant | Full story
 

Isthmus: The UW Now

Featured Guest: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

Madison 365: Overture Forums: The COVID-19 Vaccine and the Black Community

Panelists: Sheryl Henderson, MD, PhD, associate professor, Infectious Diseases, and Jasmine Zapata, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Neonatology & Newborn Nursery | Full story
 

NBC 15: UW Health officials react to vaccine hesitancy

Featured: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story

News 8000: How safe is the vaccine? UW Health doctors highlighting effectiveness

Interviewed: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

Rockford Register Star: SwedishAmerican hosts ribbon-cutting for Women and Children’s hospital

Interviewed: Ellen Wald, MD, professor and chair, Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

TMJ4: UW COVID-19 panel: Vaccines seem to be effective against known variants

Panelist: James Conway, MD, professor, Global Pediatrics and Infectious Diseases | Full story
 

WPR: Former juvenile offenders: Treat traumatized children with stable love, not life sentences

Interviewed: Dipesh Navsaria, MPH, MSLIS, MD, associate professor, General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine | Full story

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Learner Tribute


Here's what a student had to say about Anne Marie Singh, MD, associate professor, Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology:
 
"Dr. Singh was a fantastic attending to work with during my time on allergy. She was thoughtful and compassionate in her patient interactions and served as a great role model during my time on the elective. When it came to learners, she continually found ways for all team members to feel involved and part of the team. She continually found opportunities to teach in between patient interactions and always took the time to hear learner's thoughts and ideas."
 

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Upcoming Grand Rounds

 
Pediatric Grand Rounds: “COVID-19 vaccines: Science vs. antiscience”
April 15, 2021 | 7:30am - 8:30am
Livestreamed via Zoom
Speaker: Peter Jay Hotez, MD, PhD - Dean for the National School of Tropical Medicine
 
Pediatric Grand Rounds: “Bridging with a bridle: Creating and implementation of an alternative assisted feeding method for NICU graduates” 
April 22, 2021 | 7:30am - 8:30am
Livestreamed via Zoom
Speaker: Elizabeth McBride, MD – Fellow, Neonatal & Perinatal Medicine, University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics
 
Pediatric Grand Rounds: Title forthcoming 
April 29, 2021 | 7:30am - 8:30am
Livestreamed via Zoom
Speaker: Matthew Davis, MD – Fellow, Hematology & Oncology, University of Wisconsin Department of Pediatrics

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Hi-5 from a Colleague


Thomas Brazelton, MD, MPH, professor, Critical Care, received the following Hi-5 from a colleague:
 
“Thank you for the tremendous work over the past year. We couldn’t have gotten through the past year without the strong partnership of our physicians, and I’m particularly grateful for your roles in telemedicine, CDI, and as medical board president. Your roles provide tremendous value to UW Health. When I think back to one year ago and the rapid rate of change with our telemedicine footprint in a matter of weeks – what amazing organizational change to serve patients. Thank you for your leadership!”

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Recent Publications

  1. Barton GP, Corrado PA, Francois CJ, Chesler NC, Eldridge MW, Wieben O, Goss KN. Exaggerated Cardiac Contractile Response to Hypoxia in Adults Born Preterm. J Clin Med. 2021 10(6), 1166 doi:10.3390/jcm10061166
  2. Berube MW, Puia-Dumitrescu M, McAdams RMDoes mild hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy adversely affect neurodevelopmental outcome?. J Perinatol. 2021 Mar 13;. doi: 10.1038/s41372-021-01026-5. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 33714978
  3. Broberg CS, Kovacs AH, Sadeghi S, Rosenbaum MS, Lewis MJ, Carazo MR, Rodriguez FH 3rd, Halpern DG, Feinberg J, Galilea FA, Baraona F, Cedars AM, Ko JM, Porayette P, Maldonado J, Sarubbi B, Fusco F, Frogoudaki AA, Nir A, Chaudhry A, John AS, Karbassi A, Hoskoppal AK, Frischhertz BP, Hendrickson B, Bouma BJ, Rodriguez-Monserrate CP, Broda CR, Tobler D, Gregg D, Martinez-Quintana E, Yeung E, Krieger EV, Ruperti-Repilado FJ, Giannakoulas G, Lui GK, Ephrem G, Singh HS, Almeneisi HM, Bartlett HL, Lindsay I, Grewal J, Nicolarsen J, Araujo JJ, Cramer JW, Bouchardy J, Al Najashi K, Ryan K, Alshawabkeh L, Andrade L, Ladouceur M, Schwerzmann M, Greutmann M, Meras P, Ferrero P, Dehghani P, Tung PP, Garcia-Orta R, Tompkins RO, Gendi SM, Cohen S, Klewer S, Hascoet S, Mohammadzadeh S, Upadhyay S, Fisher SD, Cook S, Cotts TB, Aboulhosn JA. COVID-19 in Adults With Congenital Heart Disease. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2021 Apr 6;77(13):1644-1655. doi: 10.1016/j.jacc.2021.02.023. PMID: 33795039 
  4. Corrado PA, Barton GP, Razalan-Krause FC, François CJ, Chesler NC, Wieben O, Eldridge M, McMillan AB, Goss KNDynamic FDG PET Imaging to Probe for Cardiac Metabolic Remodeling in Adults Born Premature. J Clin Med. 2021; 10(6):1301. https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm10061301
  5. DeSanti RLAl-Subu AMCowan EAKamps NNLasarev MRSchmidt JKory PDPoint-of-Care Lung Ultrasound to Diagnose the Etiology of Acute Respiratory Failure at Admission to the PICU. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2021 Mar 19. doi: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000002716. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33739956
  6. Dos Santos Dias LDobson HE, Bakke BK, Kujoth GC, Huang J, Kohn EMTaira CLWang H, Supekar NT, Fites JS, Gates D, Gomez CL, Specht CA, Levitz SM, Azadi P, Li L, Suresh M, Klein BSWüthrich MStructural basis of Blastomyces Endoglucanase-2 adjuvancy in anti-fungal and -viral immunity. PLoS Pathog. 2021 Mar 18;17(3):e1009324. doi: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1009324. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33735218
  7. Gannon J, Pollock AJ, Allen DBKling PJA Practical Screening Tool to Predict Early Childhood Obesity Risk: Examining a Birth Cohort. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2021 Mar;60(3):178-183. doi: 10.1177/0009922820971006. Epub 2020 Nov 4. PMID: 33148015
  8. Garcia-Prats AJ, Salazar-Austin N, Conway JH, Radtke K, LaCourse SM, Maleche-Obimbo E, Hesseling AC, Savic RM, Nachman S. Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pharmacologic Treatments for Children: Research Priorities and Approach to Pediatric Studies. Clin Infect Dis. 2021 Mar 15;72(6):1067-1073. doi: 10.1093/cid/ciaa885. PMID: 32594142; PMCID: PMC7337679
  9. Goss KN, Eldridge MWExploring the Cardiac Phenotypes of Prematurity-Reply. JAMA Cardiol. 2021 Mar 1;6(3):361-362. doi: 10.1001/jamacardio.2020.6059. PMID: 33263711
  10. Koning SM, Scott K, Conway JH, Palta M. Reproductive health at conflict borders: a cross-sectional survey of human rights violations and perinatal outcomes at the Thai-Myanmar border. Confl Health. 2021 Mar 10;15(1):15. doi: 10.1186/s13031-021-00347-8. PMID: 33691764; PMCID: PMC7945312 
  11. LaRovere KL, Riggs BJ, Poussaint TY, Young CC, Newhams MM, Maamari M, Walker TC, Singh AR, Dapul H, Hobbs CV, McLaughlin GE, Son MBF, Maddux AB, Clouser KN, Rowan CM, McGuire JK, Fitzgerald JC, Gertz SJ, Shein SL, Munoz AC, Thomas NJ, Irby K, Levy ER, Staat MA, Tenforde MW, Feldstein LR, Halasa NB, Giuliano JS Jr, Hall MW, Kong M, Carroll CL, Schuster JE, Doymaz S, Loftis LL, Tarquinio KM, Babbitt CJ, Nofziger RA, Kleinman LC, Keenaghan MA, Cvijanovich NZ, Spinella PC, Hume JR, Wellnitz K, Mack EH, Michelson KN, Flori HR, Patel MM, Randolph AG [Cengiz P]. Neurologic Involvement in Children and Adolescents Hospitalized in the United States for COVID-19 or Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome. JAMA Neurol. 2021 Mar 5;. doi: 10.1001/jamaneurol.2021.0504. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 33666649; PMCID: PMC7936352
  12. LeBeau P, Lockhart A, Togias A, Sandel MT, Gereige JD, Bacharier L, Lovinsky-Desir S, Wood RA, James R, Busse WWGern JE, Altman MC; National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases-Sponsored Inner-City Asthma Consortium. Cockroach-induced IL9, IL13, and IL31 expression and the development of allergic asthma in urban children. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2021 Mar 9:S0091-6749(21)00167-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jaci.2021.01.022. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33712279
  13. McAdams RMBerube MWEmerging therapies and management for neonatal encephalopathy-controversies and current approaches. J Perinatol. 2021 Mar 12;. doi: 10.1038/s41372-021-01022-9. [Epub ahead of print] Review. PubMed PMID: 33712717 
  14. McGinn T, Feldstein DA, Barata I, Heineman E, Ross J, Kaplan D, Richardson S, Knox B, Palm A, Bullaro F, Kuehnel N, Park L, Khan S, Eithun B, Berger RP. Dissemination of child abuse clinical decision support: Moving beyond a single electronic health record. Int J Med Inform. 2021 Mar;147:104349. doi: 10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2020.104349. Epub 2020 Dec 10. PMID: 33360791
  15. Movaghar A, Page D, Scholze D, Hong J, DaWalt LS, Kuusisto F, Stewart R, Brilliant M, Mailick M. Artificial intelligence-assisted phenotype discovery of fragile X syndrome in a population-based sample. Genet Med. 2021 Mar 26;. doi: 10.1038/s41436-021-01144-7. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 33772223 
  16. Page D, Brazelton T, Kokx G, Jennings PA, Williams B. Paramedic student encounters with patients during clinical placements: A multi-institutional cohort study. J Am Coll Emerg Physicians Open. 2021 Apr;2(2):e12391. doi: 10.1002/emp2.12391. eCollection 2021 Apr. PMID: 33718925; PMCID: PMC7926011
  17. Robinson JA, LaPage MJ, Atallah J, Webster G, Miyake CY, Ratnasamy C, Ollberding NJ, Mohan S, Von Bergen NH, Johnsrude CL, Garnreiter JM, Spar DS, Czosek RJ. Outcomes of Pediatric Patients With Defibrillators Following Initial Presentation With Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol. 2021 Feb;14(2):e008517. doi: 10.1161/CIRCEP.120.008517. Epub 2021 Jan 5. PMID: 33401923; PMCID: PMC7887076
  18. Rodriguez-Ruiz E, Estany-Gestal A, Hoyme DB, Nadkarni VM, Rodríguez-Núñez A. Evidence-based defibrillation dosage for children: Is it feasible to power a reliable pediatric clinical trial or it is mission impossible?. Resuscitation. 2021 Mar 29;162:266-267. doi: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2021.03.026. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 33794328
  19. Schmit KM, Brown R, Hayer S, Checovich MM, Gern JEWald ER, Barrett B. Wisconsin Upper Respiratory Symptom Survey for Kids: Validation of an Illness-specific Quality of Life Instrument. Pediatr Res. 2021 Feb 24. doi: 10.1038/s41390-021-01395-9. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33627821
  20. Wightman A, Bradford MC, Hsu E, Bartlett HL, Smith JM. Prevalence and Long-Term Outcomes of Solid Organ Transplant in Children with Intellectual Disability. J Pediatr. 2021 Mar 29;. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2021.03.056. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 33794218
  21. Wolfson J, Bhatia S, Ginsberg J, Becker L, Bernstein D, Henk HJ, Lyman G, Nathan P, Puccetti D, Wilkes J, Winestone L, Kenzik K. Expenditures in Young Adults with Hodgkin Lymphoma: NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers vs. Other Sites. 2021, March EPI-21-0321 Journal: Submitted to Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention

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New Faculty and Staff


Please join us in welcoming the following individuals who joined the Department of Pediatrics in March.
 
New Staff
 
Amy Caulum
Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology
Amy joins the department as a clinical dietician in the Division of Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology. Connect with Amy.
 
Colin Korlesky
Neonatology & Newborn Nursery
Colin joins the department as a research intern in the Division of Neonatology & Newborn Nursery. Connect with Colin.
 
Logan Dresen
Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology
Logan joins the department as a student researcher in the Division of Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology.

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