Pediatric Research

The Department of Pediatrics is a national and international leader in child health research. Our research program consistently ranks among the top three departments of pediatrics nationwide in NIH research funding. Our faculty are active leaders of research initiatives spanning the full range of basic and clinical investigations, ensuring that discoveries made in the laboratory will be translated into tomorrow’s cures.

Much of our research is organized into highly collaborative centers and institutes supported by state-of-the-art facilities that bring diverse expertise and perspectives to bear on challenging aspects of child health. Our faculty are also passionate teachers training students and fellows to become tomorrow’s research leaders.

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August 29, 2023

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Swati Antala, Kyle D. Gromer, Gaurav Gadhvi, Alyssa Kriegermeier, Jiao-Jing Wang, Hiam Abdala-Valencia, Joshua B. Wechsler, Harris Perlman, Deborah R. Winter, Zheng J. Zhang, Richard M. Green, and Sarah A. Taylor published Single-cell sequencing of a novel model of neonatal bile duct ligation in mice identifies macrophage heterogeneity in obstructive cholestasis in Scientific Reports 13, 14104 (2023). 

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Kristen NadeauKristen Nadeau, MD
Vice Chair for Clinical
and Translational Research
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Charles SagerstromCharles Sagerström, PhD
Vice Chair for
Basic Science Research
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