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What Causes Pink Eye?

Posted on Dec 20, 2021 in General News

There can be several different causes of pink eye, a common childhood ailment. Emergency medicine physician Patrick Mularoni, M.D., talks about the different causes and how it is treated.

Dr. Linda Van Marter Becomes Director of Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute

Posted on Dec 17, 2021 in Programs

For Linda Van Marter, M.D., M.P.H., an early interest in science and medicine set her on a path to a distinguished career in neonatology. She has conducted pioneering research, and educates and mentors medical trainees, guided by a commitment to providing babies and families with family-focused care.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Receives NIH Grant

Posted on Dec 16, 2021 in Research

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is part of a $12.5 million grant to study gene expression in the organs of children who are at various stages of development and how those types of research studies are conducted, with the Center for Pediatric Health Equity Research leading the hospital’s research on diversity, equity and inclusion in how families are asked to participate in such studies.

Facing Challenges, Chasing Dreams: Q&A with Dr. Jordan Halsey

Posted on Dec 15, 2021 in General News

Jordan Halsey, M.D., talks about how early experiences with medical mission trips helped inspire her to pursue a career in medicine, and what led her to the division of plastic and reconstructive surgery at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

Identifying Speech and Language Concerns About your Child and When Should You Seek Help?

Posted on Dec 13, 2021 in General News

Therese Montanari, M.S., CCC-SLP, director of the Speech-Language and Feeding, discusses the most typical speech and language concerns that children may be experiencing.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Study Provides Answers — and New Questions — about Treating a Serious Infection Affecting Mostly Children

Posted on Dec 09, 2021 in Research

Study authors benefited through Johns Hopkins All Children’s Clinical and Translational Research Training Track, which marked its 10th anniversary this year and has played a pivotal role in training the next generation of clinical scientists focused on improving children’s health.

NICU Team Helps Ezra Overcome Challenges

Posted on Dec 08, 2021 in Programs

Born prematurely at only 23 weeks gestation, baby Ezra and his family found the expert, compassionate care they needed from the team in the neonatal intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Receives Patient Safety Honor

Posted on Dec 07, 2021 in General News

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is the only Tampa Bay pediatric hospital cited as a top children’s hospital for patient safety and quality on a list released Tuesday by The Leapfrog Group, a national non-profit watchdog organization that collects and publishes information about health care organizations.

Holiday Safety for Kids and Families

Posted on Dec 06, 2021 in General News

Emergency medicine physician Meghan Martin, M.D., talks about some of the common injuries seen in the Emergency Center around the holidays and provides safety tips about hidden holiday dangers.

Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Provides Precious Training

Posted on Dec 02, 2021 in General News

The Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital trains the next generation of neonatologists — thanks, in part, to the generosity of a couple who knows the hardship of seeing their children struggle with health at the beginning of life.

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