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Research Celebration Day

Spring Pediatric Research Celebration Day is Being Rescheduled

We will post the new date here as soon as it is rescheduled.

The Department of Pediatrics hosts its annual "Pediatrics Research Celebration Day" to showcase the incredible pediatric research being conducted across the medical center. In 2019 it featured a lecture by Gilbert B. Forbes Scholar: Robert M. Blum, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., Emeritus William H. Gates, Sr. Professor Bloomberg School of Public Health and the immediate past Director, Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute.

 Events Are Being Rescheduled!

Pediatric Research Celebration Day!

Scientific Poster Session

Forbes Lecture
Visiting Forbes Scholar: Matthew Gillman, M.D., Director of the Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program at the NIH

Scientific Poster Session - 2019

We thank everyone who presented their research on child health topics. The scientific Poster Presentation was open to anyone in the Department of Pediatrics including faculty, post-docs, nurses, trainees and staff, as well as anyone in the medical center doing pediatric-themed research.

Best Poster Awardees

Congratulations to this year's awardees!

Best Poster by a Trainee (Medical Student, Resident, Fellow or staff)

  • Paul J. Tremblay, R.N., B.S.N.
    P Tremblay; M Fagnano; S Mustafa; A Ramsey; J Stern; J Halterman. “Asthma Control Status in Young Urban Teens: Are We Missing Opportunities to Enhance Care?” General Pediatrics.
  • Mohammad Shadab, Ph.D.
    M Shadab; S Slavin; M Warren Millar; A Leonard; F Fazal; A Rahman. “Autophagy Protein ATG7 Is a Mediator of Endothelial Cell Inflammation and Permeability.” Neonatology.

Best Poster by a Junior Faculty Member

  • Soumyaroop Bhattacharya M.S., M.Ed.
    S Bhattacharya; S Danopoulos; M Thornton; B Grubbs; T Mariani; D Al Alam. “Diversity in mesenchymal lineages during early human lung development.” Neonatology.

Gilbert B. Forbes Scholar Lecture

Read details about the Forbes Scholar Lecture.

For more information please contact: SCRC@URMC.Rochester.edu

Highlights from 2019

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