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The Stead Family Department of Pediatrics is currently seeking applicants for all non-faculty positions listed that include a remit email of pedsuichildrenshr@healthcare.uiowa.edu . Please send a note to the same email address with any questions you may have about our open positions. Refer to Jobs@...
Congratulations to our graduates! Our department honors your accomplishments and recognizes the challenges you've overcome through the last several years. We look forward to working with you again, soon or in the future, as colleagues. Here is our class of graduating fellows, along with their plans...
We are excited to welcome our new group of learners to the UI Stead Family Department of Pediatrics. Our medical student, resident, and fellow programs continue to develop additional opportunities for our current and future trainees, including our rotation for URiM medical students. We welcome two...
The 2022-2023 academic year will see the pilot of University of Iowa’s Stead Family Department of Pediatrics elective opportunities for visiting medical students from diverse and Underrepresented in Medicine (URiM) backgrounds. In conjunction with the Graduate Medical Education’s (GME) Diversity,...
Patients with certain congenital heart disease, which disrupt blood flow from the heart to the lungs, may have previously had multiple open-heart surgeries over the course of their lifetime. Osamah Aldoss, MBBS, UI clinical associate professor of pediatrics-cardiology, says the Harmony valve, recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), offers these patients not only a less invasive treatment than open-heart surgery, but also one with less recovery time and fewer restrictions before returning to work or other activities.
Selected for platform presentation by graduating fellows Michael Cole “Prevalence and impact on quality of life of gastrointestinal and genitourinary symptoms in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy” June Kinoshita, Angelena Edwards, Christopher S. Cooper, Eyad M. Hanna, M. Bridget Zimmerman, and...
Composed of 25 sites throughout the world, INSPPIRE [International Study Group of Pediatric Pancreatitis: In search for a cure] was formed to investigate ways to better diagnose, evaluate, and treat pediatric pancreatitis. It is the first multinational, multicenter effort to systematically characterize pediatric pancreatitis.
Little Village covers University of Iowa Health Care's ten-year anniversary of the LGBTQ Clinic, and the impact it's made on our community.
Congratulations to those in the Department who recently received new grants.
Eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorder in cardiac transplant recipient with Behҫet's disease: A case report