"That's Pediatrics" Podcast Series

Physicians, scientists, and other health care professionals will explore a new frontier of child and adolescent medicine on “That’s Pediatrics.”

From the hospital that is home to the polio vaccine, pediatric transplantation, and Mr. Yuk™, our hosts discuss the latest discoveries and innovations of pediatric health care, featuring interviews with a variety of our experts at UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Meet Our Hosts

Carolyn Coyne, PhD

Carolyn Coyne, PhD

Stephanie Dewar, MD

Stephanie Dewar, MD

Brian Martin, MD

Brian Martin, DMD

John Williams, MD

John Williams, MD

Listen to Our Latest Episode

Learn About The Study of Pediatric Allergies and Immunology with Dr. Chong

Dr. Chong is the Chief of the Division of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Allergy and Immunology. At the Center for Rare Disease Therapy at UPMC Children’s, Dr. Chong’s role often involves evaluating patients with immune disorders to determine whether they are candidates for a bone marrow transplant.

Released: 1/14/20

Archived Episodes

2019

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This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgments when making recommendations for their patients. Patients in need of medical advice should consult their personal health care provider.