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The Department of Pediatrics includes divisions in cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, genetics, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, infectious diseases, nephrology, pulmonology, and allergy/immunology, as well as general academic pediatrics, critical care medicine and newborn medicine. Sub-specialists provide outstanding family-centered care for children of all ages. Research programs include basic science and clinical research on topics such as cancer metastasis, reducing infant mortality, asthma, quality and patient safety, chronic kidney disease and metabolism, and brain tumors. Our residency program and fellowships offer tailored training programs in subspecialty care, community-based pediatrics and clinical research to prepare the world's next generation of pediatric physicians.


What to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine and Young Kids

November 12, 2021

About 28 million children became eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) approved and...
Recommended Initial Treatments for Infantile Spasms Are Superior to Non-Standard Therapies

August 27, 2021

Children with infantile spasms, a rare form of epileptic seizures, should be treated with one of three recommended therapies and the use of non-standard therapies should be...
Red Blood Cell Alterations Contribute to Lupus

August 11, 2021

The autoimmune disease lupus may be triggered by a defective process in the development of red blood cells.