Congratulations to the 2022 Pediatric Research Alliance Pilot Grant Awardees!October 15, 2022
We are excited to announce our 2022 Pediatric Research Alliance Pilot Grant Awardees!
Studies Probe Adenovirus Link to Childhood Hepatitis CasesJuly 18, 2022
Two new papers add to the circumstantial evidence that a common childhood virus might be involved in the rare hepatitis cases, but many questions remain.
Study finds childhood obesity occurring at greater frequency, with more severity and at younger agesJuly 15, 2022
A new study led by Emory researchers, including GENI's Venkat Narayan, MD, found that the childhood obesity epidemic in the United States continues to grow, despite numerous public health efforts.
Congratulations to the 2022 Warshaw Fellow and Buchter Resident Research Awardees!July 01, 2022
Congratulations to the following fellows and residents whose research projects were selected for funding in the fifth cylce of the Warshaw Fellow Research Awards and Buchter Resident Research Awards.
These awards are named in honor of Dr. Barry Warshaw, Vice Chair of Education and Dr. Susie Buchter, Residency Program Director, for their pioneering and tireless efforts cultivating fellows and residents in the Department of Pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine.
2022 Southeastern Pediatric Research Conference Poster Award WinnersJune 06, 2022
Congratulations to our 2022 Southeastern Pediatric Research Conference Poster Award Winners!
First Place Poster Winner
“Pain-free Microneedle based Subunit Vaccine Candidate against Respiratory Syncytial Virus affecting Pediatric Population”
Smital Rajan Patil; Menon, Ipshita; Kang, Sang-Moo and D'Souza, Martin
Second Place Poster Winner
"Pediatric Self Swabbing Guidelines for COVID-19”
Cheryl Stone; Jesse J. Waggoner, Miriam B. Vos, Erika A. Tyburski, Phuong-Vi Nguyen, Jessica M. Ingersoll, Candace Miller, Julie Sullivan, Mark Griffiths, Cheryl Stone, Macarthur Benoit, Laura Benedit, Brooke Seitter, Robert Jerris, Joshua M. Levy, Colleen S. Kraft, Sarah Farmer, Amanda Foster, Anna Wood, Adrianna L. Westbrook, Claudia R. Morris, Usha N. Sathian, William Heetderks, Li Li, Kristian Roth, Mary Barcus, Timothy Stenzel, Greg S. Martin, Wilbur A. Lam
Third Place Poster Winner
“The Role of Concerns Regarding Teachers’ Division of Classroom Attention in the Formation of Inclusion Attitudes in Parents of Typically-developing Children: Considerations of Parents’ Social Justice-related Values”
Asha Rudrabhatla; Morgan, Lindee; and Siller, Michael
A New Look for Diagnosing Autism? EarliTec Advances Toward the MarketplaceApril 29, 2022
Marcus Autism Center's Ami Klin, PhD and Warren Jones, PhD are working on a new early diagnostic tool for autism. Read more about their innovative research.
Inside the High-Stakes Race to Test the Covid TestsMarch 18, 2022
The New York Times wrote a feature about the Atlanta RADx team and all they've done to help move forward Covid testing during the pandemic.
Baek Kim Named Schinazi Family Distinguished Professor in Biomedical ResearchMarch 08, 2022
We are so pleased to announce Baek Kim, PhD, RPh, has been appointed as the Schinazi Family Distinguished Professor in Biomedical Research! This is a very prestigious honor and we are so proud of Dr. Kim’s accomplishments and look forward to many continued successes to come.