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Dr. Karr was awarded the UG3/UH3 ECHO Agricultural Washington and Rural Environments (AWARE) grant. Additionally, Dr. Karr collaborated with pediatric partners Brian Johnson, Mersine Bryan, and Amanda Wang to secure the Best Start for Kids B Able Kids Better Access to Blood Lead Testing for Kids grant.
Dr. Vittorio Gallo joins Seattle Children's as the Chief Scientific Officer. Read more about his achievements and contributions.
Congratulations to Dr. Umoren for receiving an R18 grant for her 4-year study on Pediatric Transport Learning Laboratory (PTLL) and The TELENEO Trial in the field of pediatrics and healthcare research.
The Academic Enrichment Fund Review Committee will conduct a two-year prospective cohort study to explore the quality of life for survivors of CDH.
Dr. Taylor received a 5-year K23 grant.
With the start of the school year approaching, adolescent medicine expert Dr. Yolanda Evans says this season of change is a key time for parents to be attuned to changes in their children’s mental health.
Dr. Hannibal Person will join the Center for Diversity and Health Equity (CDHE) as the medical director beginning November 2023.
“Most people don’t realize that over 80 percent of pediatric cancers are curable,” Dr. Sarah Leary, told The Epoch Times.
Eight cases of locally acquired malaria have been confirmed in Florida and Texas this summer. Dr. Alexis Kaushansky, a malaria expert, weighs in.
The Top Doctor's list was created by Seattle Met magazine in collaboration with Professional Research Services. Read more about the process and the doctors who made the list.