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.
Learn About Pediatric Hospital Medicine With Dr. Buchert
Dr. Buchert serves in the clinician-educator role, supervising medical students and residents as a teaching attending at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh on the general pediatrics wards.
Learn About Pediatric Craniofacial Surgery With Dr. Jesse Goldstein
July is Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness Month! Jesse A. Goldstein, MD, is an Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at University of Pittsburgh. He practices as a pediatric plastic and craniofacial surgeon at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, helping patients from newborns to young adults restore function and appearance as a result of birth defects, trauma, injury, or disease. Follow Dr. Goldstein on Instagram at @jessegoldsteinmd
Learn About How Covid-19 Affects Children With Dr. Freeman
Dr. Freeman is a Fellow at UPMC specializing in Infectious Diseases. Learn about her Coronavirus research.
Learn About Human Genetics with Dr. Kemaladewi
Dr. Kemaladewi has extensive training in human genetics and development of genetic therapy, with a focus on neuromuscular disorders. She is interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying layers of pathophysiology involved in muscular dystrophies, including muscle atrophy, -regeneration, -fibrosis, and nerve damages. In parallel, the exposure to technology-driven field of human genetics has provided a strong basis on her translational research arm.
Learn About Pediatric Medical Genetics with Gerard Vockley, MD, PhD
Gerard Vockley, MD, PhD, is an internationally recognized leader in medical genetics and the field of inborn errors of metabolism. He joined Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh as chief of the Division of Medical Genetics in 2004 and was named professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and professor of human genetics at the university's Graduate School of Public Health.
Learn About Epilepsy Research with Dr. Abel
Dr. Abel’s clinical interest is in pediatric neurosurgery, epilepsy surgery, and neuromodulation. He completed a fellowship in epilepsy surgery and deep brain stimulation with Philippe Kahane, Dominique Hoffmann, and Stephan Chabardes at University Hospital of Grenoble in Grenoble, France. In Grenoble, Dr. Abel received special training in identification of epileptic foci using stereoelectroencephalography and use of the ROSA robot for epilepsy surgery.