Dr. Dalal on Graft Failure in Pediatric Non-malignant Disorders
Mansi Dalal, MD, discusses findings from a study investigating graft failure risk factors in pediatric patients receiving allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant for non-malignant disorders.
Dr. Ligon on Delivering CAR T-cell Therapy via Mediport Lines in Pediatric B-Cell Malignancies
John Ligon, MD, assistant professor, Department of Pediatrics, the University of Florida College of Medicine, discusses findings from a study investigating the use of mediports to deliver CAR T-cell therapy…
Scientists find more evidence that breast milk of those vaccinated against COVID-19 may protect infants
Dr. Josef Neu, one of the study’s co-authors and a professor in the UF College of Medicine department of pediatrics, division of neonatology, said the first and second studies together give…
Dr. Barry Byrne Named Innovator of the Year (UF Innovate)
The annual event honored Dr. Barry Byrne as Innovator of the Year for his contributions to gene therapy and highlighted six teams of inventors for their Inventions of the Year.
Annual Pediatrics Science Day
The primary purpose of Pediatrics Science Day is to give trainees, whether students, post-docs, residents, fellows, or junior faculty, the opportunity to present their research to their colleagues, and to obtain scientific feed-back in a friendly environment. We strongly encourage the submission of abstracts that either have been recently presented at or have been submitted to national research meetings. However, most importantly, we would like to encourage the participation of all trainees in this unique opportunity!
Pediatric Medical Student Research Forum
Pediatrics is an ever-changing field of discovery and innovation. Today’s research will lead to tomorrow’s cures. This is an exciting opportunity to share your research with your peers. Open to all medical students in the United States, this forum will take place in conjunction with the annual conference of the FCAAP, which students are also welcome to attend.