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Dr. Adolfo Ferrando and his lab members focus primarily on deciphering the mechanisms that lead to chemotherapy resistance and relapse in acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
When Dr. Wendy Chung identified the Olson children's rare disease, “It was like someone turned on the flashlight, and at least now we have a vision of how to move forward," says their mother Colleen.
Priyanka Ahimaz and other genetic counselors educate patients about genetic disorders and help them navigate the complexities of having a genetic diagnosis.
Monica Bhatia, MD, director of Columbia’s Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Program, is participating in a trial evaluating gene editing as a curative treatment for patients with sickle cell disease.
The higher rates of MIS-C in Black and Latino children are just the tip of the iceberg in health inequities in the US.
Over the past two years, the Department of Pediatrics has engaged in efforts to coalesce clinical, research, community, and educational endeavors at Columbia focused on pediatric obesity.
Members of our pediatric palliative care team work to ease children's pain and facilitate communication and decision-making to ensure that families' values and preferences are heard and respected.
Stephanie Lovinsky-Desir, MD researches disparities in health outcomes for underrepresented minorities and the link between air pollution exposure and physical activity patterns among young people.
Dr. Rebecca Hough is both a compassionate clinician and a lung biologist with a special interest in the molecular mechanisms of acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).
Columbia University chief of pediatric critical care medicine Dr. Steve Kernie explains the rare, new inflammatory syndrome in children and symptoms parents should look for.