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Department of Pediatrics












Molecular Medicine Series
May 26, 2015
Going with the Flow: Endocytosis in the Kidney Proximal Tubule
Ora A. Weisz, PhD
Professor of Medicine and of Cell Biology
Vice Chair of Faculty Development
Department of Medicine
Assistant Dean for Faculty Development
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pediatric Grand Rounds
May 28, 2015
Fetterman Lecture
A Tale of Two Systems: Integration, Collaboration, and Evolution of Children’s Health Systems in CA and the USA
Michael Apkon, MD, PhD 

President and CEO, The Hospital of Sick Children
Professor of Pediatrics, University of Toronto

Clinical Divisions
There are 19 clinical divisions in the Department of Pediatrics providing outstanding health care services to thousands of patients yearly.

Education and Training
The Department of Pediatrics offers an ideal opportunity for pediatric training. Please see detailed descriptions of each program below.

Residents receive special and highly individualized attention at Children’s, along with a training experience that is both comprehensive and challenging.

Children’s offers several fellowship programs designed to provide fellows with experience in four areas including clinical, teaching, research and administration.

Children’s Department of Pediatrics has a wonderful tradition for research dating back to the work of Dr. Jonas Salk on the polio vaccine. The program has grown at a dramatic rate over the last three years.







Children Traumatized by Violence and Disaster: Developing and Disseminating an Effective Response to a Public Health Crisis
Bradley D. Stein, MD, PhD
Senior Scientist, RAND Corporation
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry
University of Pittsburgh
Last Update
May 1, 2015
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May 1, 2015