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  • Tuesday, May 4, 2021
  • 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM US CT
    Reviewing the Literature – Evidence-Based Neonatal Skin Care Practices
    A systemic literature review of evidence based neonatal skin care practices (2015 – current). Register here: https://waterwipes.site/symposium
  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM US CT
    SPR Presidential Plenary: Better Together, Empowering All Voices

    Chair: Stephanie Davis, MD – University of North Carolina School of Medicine

    All are welcome.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Academic and Research Skills

    Career Development Pathway

    Genomics

    Endocrinology

    Cross-disciplinary Pathway

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Adolescent HIV: Addressing the Epidemic in the Pediatric Emergency Department

    Chair: Colleen Gutman, MD – University of Florida

    Although rates of HIV infection declined in the United States for many years, recently the number of annual infections have plateaued since 2013, likely due to disparities in the delivery of effective treatment and prevention efforts. Adolescents and young adults continue to have high rates of HIV, comprising 21% of new HIV infections in 2017, and are often diagnosed late in their disease course. Additionally, youth are the least likely of any age group to be linked and retained in HIV care. Since 2006, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended opt-out HIV screening to be part of routine clinical care in all health-care settings starting at age 13, in order to increase early diagnosis and antiretroviral initiation and to decrease HIV transmission, morbidity, and mortality. More recently, the federal government has proposed Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America, which aims to achieve early HIV diagnosis and treatment and to utilize pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent HIV transmission. Universal HIV screening has been successfully implemented in general emergency departments (EDs) and the pediatric ED has the potential to play a similar role in diagnosing HIV in adolescents. This session will focus on institutional successes and barriers in implementing universal HIV adolescent screening in the pediatric ED and will explore the role of the ED in identifying adolescent patients eligible for PrEP initiation services.

    Public Health

    Infectious Diseases

    Emergency Medicine

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    All You Wanted to Know About Cardiac Arrest but Were Unsure to Ask

    Chair: David Cooper, MD, MPH – Cincinnati Children's Hospital

    Chair: Bereketeab Haileselassie, MD MHS – Stanford University

    The science and sophistication of resuscitation continues to evolve. As our understanding
    has evolved the potential to employ mehtods to predict and prevent arrest have become a
    reality. Likewise, methods to improve resuscitation and recovery are being implemented
    with great success. This symposium will bring together experts in Cardiology, Critical
    Care and Extracorporeal support to discuss advances in resuscitation related to cardiac
    arrest prediction, prevention, intervention and recovery.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Neonatology

    Critical Care

    Cardiology

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Coming Ashore: Early Results From the SHIP-AHOY Study

    Chair: Daniel Feig, MD/PhD – University of Alabama, Birmingham, School of Medicine

    Chair: Don Batisky, MD – Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

    Although hypertension is identifiable in children and adolescents, there are many knowledge gaps on how to best define and manage high blood pressure in the young. SHIP-AHOY (Study of High Blood Pressure in Pediatrics: Adult Hypertension Onset in Youth) is being conducted to address these knowledge gaps. With a goal to recruit five hundred adolescents who will undergo ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, echocardiographic, vascular, and cognitive assessments, as well as epigenetic studies to identify mechanisms that underlie the development of hypertensive target organ damage, we expect to be able to fill some of these gaps. The primary aim of the study is to develop a risk-based definition of hypertension in the young that will result in better understanding of the transition from blood pressure in youth to adult cardiovascular disease.
    Details of the rationale for and design of this study will be discussed, and early results of outcomes of SHIP-AHOY will be presented here.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Public Health

    Obesity

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Community Pediatrics

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    School and Community Health

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Endocrinology

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Cardiology

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Food Allergies: From Breastfeeding Issues in Infancy to Novel Treatments in Childhood

    Chair: Casey B. Rosen-Carole, MD, MPH, MSEd – University of Rochester

    Chair: Kirsi Jarvinen-Seppo, MD, PhD – University of Rochester

    Food allergies, especially peanut allergy, are on the rise. They can present in breastfed infants, and several IgE- and non-IgE-mediated presentations have been described. Often, the symptoms are nonspecific and commonly seen in other disorders. Too often breastfeeding is discontinued in order to manage the symptoms, when maternal diet manipulations could result in favorable outcomes allowing continuation of breastfeeding. This seminar will discuss feeding difficulties and presentation of food allergy in breastfed infants. In addition, we will discuss latest advancements in our understanding of the role of prophylactic interventions such as early peanut introduction and novel treatment options such as immunotherapy. Lastly the management of food allergies in breastfed infants and the nutritional implications of maternal elimination diets will be discussed.

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    General Pediatrics

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Micro-Management: Using Diagnostic Stewardship to Improve Pediatric Care

    Chair: Katy Goggin, MD, MSc – Emory University School of Medicine

    This session will provide guidance on judicious utilization and accurate interpretation of infectious disease diagnostics (both novel and familiar) in a variety of different pediatric hosts.

    Speakers:
    1. Not as simple as a "positive Karius test": interpreting results on a continuum in immunocompromised children (Katy Goggin, Emory)
    2. Biomarkers, Babies, and Bayes: Diagnosing Neonatal Sepsis (J.B. Cantey, UT San Antonio)
    3. The new Biofire pneumonia panel for BAL and the immunocompromised host (Jack Schneider, Riley/Indiana)
    4. Diagnostic Stewardship in Microbiology: Because you can’t do everything for everyone, all the time (Christopher Doern, VCU)
    5. Choosing Tests Wisely in the Era of Rule-Out MIS-C (Preeti Jaggi, Emory)

    COVID-19

    Scholarly Sessions

    Neonatology

    Infectious Diseases

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Hematology/Oncology

    General Pediatrics

  • 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Young Brains, Old Consequences: Sans Teeth, Sans Eyes, Sans Taste, Sans Everything; as Shakespeare Anticipated, Brain Aging Is Not That Simple

    Chair: Frances J. Northington, MD – JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

    Chair: Raul Chavez-Valdez, MD – Johns Hopkins University

    In the years to come, many disorders of brain aging will reach epidemic proportions. Currently, there is greater appreciation of how fetal and early life exposures, lifestyles, and injuries are determinants of adult health in many domains of medicine. Astonishingly, the fields of neonatal brain injury and adult brain disease have been viewed historically as distinct non-overlapping entities, despite the existence of disorders like Down’s syndrome and leukodystrophy. Currently in neurology and neuropathology, repetitive and chronic traumatic encephalopathy and the recognition that diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and even ALS might have very long prodromal states are focusing more light on the relationships of brain events in early and later life. In this seminar we will focus on consequences of early life brain injury when superimposed on genetic predisposition to adult neurodegeneration, long term structural alterations in the brain and attention deficits as a consequence of intrauterine growth restriction, potential reprogramming of brain growth after preterm birth, and consequences of preterm birth on the cholinergic forebrain and potential mechanisms of cholinergic systems injury and recovery after neonatal hypoxia-ischemia.
    Session Content
    Overview: A problem without known scope Dr. Raul Chavez- Valdez
    The intersection of early life brain development and injury and genetic susceptibility to adult neurodegeneration
    Dr. Lee J. Martin
    Does preterm birth reprogram brain growth and function: What does it mean for the future adult?
    Dr. Terrie E. Inder
    Brain changes in adults born preterm:The cholinergic basal forebrain
    Dr. Christian Sorg
    The Cholinergic system after neonatal HI; A possible new therapeutic target?
    Dr. Frances J Northington
    Multiple structural and functional alterations of the CNS in adults due to SGA at birth.
    Dr. Gregory A. Lodygensky
    Wrap up and Discussion Dr. Raul Chavez-Valdez
    Adult consequences exist for every alteration or injury to the developing brain and examining multiple models of early injury and the multitude of long term consequences will reveal mechanisms that can inform recovery, appropriately timed interventions, need for lifelong monitoring of outcomes, and options for “late” therapeutics. The public health import of a link of common early life brain alterations and injuries, to later in life brain function and neurodegeneration cannot be overstated.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Neonatology

    Mental Health

    Developmental Biology

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Basic Science Pathway

    Neurology

    Critical Care

    Clinical Research Pathway

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    General Pediatrics: COVID 19

    Moderator: Vandana Madhavan, MD, MPH – Massachusetts General Hospital

    Moderator: Osama El Assal, MD, PhD – Akron Childrens Hpospital

    General Pediatrics

    COVID-19

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health: Racism and Bias

    Moderator: Iris W. Borowsky, MD, PhD – University of Minnesota

    Moderator: Lisa Ross DeCamp, MD MSPH – Children's Hospital Colorado

    Adolescent Medicine

    Well Newborn

    COVID-19

    Public Health

    Neonatology

    Mental Health

    Injury Prevention

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Community Pediatrics

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics

    Advocacy Pathway

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Medical Education: Curriculum and Mental Health

    Moderator: Traci Wolbrink, MD MPH – Boston Children's Hospital

    Moderator: Jay Mehta – University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    Adolescent Medicine

    Pulmonology

    Neonatology

    Mental Health

    Infectious Diseases

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Hematology/Oncology

    Education Pathway

    Community Pediatrics

    Neurology

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

    Critical Care

    Child Abuse & Neglect

    Cardiology

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal General: Potpourri

    Moderator: Renate Savich, MD – University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

    Moderator: Gloria S. Pryhuber, MD – University of Rochester Medical Center

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Hematology & Bilirubin Metabolism

    Moderator: Helen G. Liley, MBChB FRACP – Faculty of Medicine, The University of Queensland

    Moderator: SANJIV B. AMIN, MD, MS – University of New Mexico

  • 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM US CT
    Quality Improvement/Patient Safety: Emergency Medicine

    Moderator: Srikant Iyer, MD, MPH – Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University School of Medicine

    Moderator: Joel Hudgins, MD, MPH – Boston Children's Hospital

    Emergency Medicine

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Quality Improvement/Patient Safety

  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Jerri Rose, MD
  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Marlene Miller, MD, MSc
  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Derek J. Williams, MD, MPH
  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Kristen Noble, MD, PhD
  • 11:00 AM – 11:30 AM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' William O. Cooper, MD, MPH
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, University of Michigan Health's Carey Lumeng, M.D., Ph.D.
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, University of Michigan Health's Heather Burrows, M.D., Ph.D.
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, University of Michigan Health's Karl Desch, M.D.
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, University of Michigan Health's Rob Simsick
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Mercy Kansas City's Robert H. Lane, MD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's National Hospital's Caleb Ward, MBBCHir, MPH
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Wisconsin/Medical College of Wisconsin's Karen Marcdante, MD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Wisconsin/Medical College of Wisconsin's Vanessa McFadden, MD, PhD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Marlene Miller, MD, MSc
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: University of Rochester/Golisano Children's Hospital's Caren Gellin, MD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: University of Rochester/Golisano Children's Hospital's Emily Knight, MD, PhD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: University of Rochester/Golisano Children's Hospital's Kate Greenberg, MD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Daniel J. Moore, MD, PhD
  • 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Uchenna E. Anani, MD, FAAP
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's National Hospital's Melissa Novak, M.A.
  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Addressing the Persistent Controversies and Questions in Preterm Infant Nutrition: Translating the Pre-B Project Into Clinical Practice and a Research Agenda

    Chair: Sarah Taylor, MD, MSCR – Yale University School of Medicine

    After six years of interdisciplinary expert discussion and critical evidence review, the 2014 vision to develop evidence-informed guidance for the nutritional care of preterm infants has come to fruition. The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) initiated this multiphase process involving expert physician, dietitian, and pharmacology scientists. The first phase, Pre-B, addressed the existing evidence and research needs for clinical questions within four themes 1) nutrient specifications for preterm infants, 2) clinical and practical issues in enteral feeding of preterm infants, 3) gastrointestinal and surgical issues, and 4) current standards of infant feeding. This first phase was published in 2016 by Raiten et al as “Working group reports: evaluation of the evidence to support practice guidelines for nutritional care of preterm infants—the Pre-B Project”. The second phase of this process is a systematic review of the literature led by the AND Evidence Analysis Center and includes an international workgroup of clinical and research experts who will now share the results of this extraordinary multi-disciplinary effort in this Hot Topic Symposium. Specifically, the presentations will focus on clinical questions where the existing evidence conflicts with current clinical nutrition recommendations and where the expert work group experienced more difficulty reaching a consensus. Each presentation also will describe areas where existing data is lacking and therefore research should be prioritized. The audience will participate throughout the presentation with polling and with a 15-minute question and answer with the expert work group.

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    Scholarly Sessions

    Public Health

    Neonatology

    Quality Improvement/Patient Safety

    Pediatric Nutrition

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

    Clinical Research Pathway

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Ethical Decisions at the Intersection of Health Care Disparities and Disaster Management

    Chair: Amyna Husain, DO – Johns Hopkins University

    Incident command systems, under emergency management are utilized during circumstances when the local systems are overwhelmed and are not sufficient to manage the event or disaster. A hallmark of a disaster is the scarcity of resources. Health resources include but are not limited to medical equipment, medications, areas available to care for victims, transport vehicles to get victims to timely care, personnel to help victims at the scene in a coordinated manor, health care providers to care for injuries or medical problems, and other support staff to provide communication, leadership, and reunification when families are disrupted. For this delicate dance to occur, protocols are built to treat everyone equally at baseline and then prioritizes basic medical needs and resource availability. The COVID-19 Pandemic has underscored a problem that has plagued disaster recovery, the asymmetric impact of disasters on a population. In this panel discussion, emergency management will be examined through a lens of social and physical determinants of the local population. Scenarios in disaster care will be presented addressing a conflict with one of each determinant. The panel will include a specialist in bioethics, disparities in health, and emergency management. Each case will be discussed by each panel expert to gain a full understanding of how the victims and population are impacted. Each panelist will be prompted with questions to gain insight into their reflections on the scenarios. The audience will be polled with each case before and after each panel discussion. A question and answer period will be available at the end of the session for audience inquires not addressed in the discussion.

    COVID-19

    Public Health

    Community Pediatrics

    Clinical Bioethics

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics

    Emergency Medicine

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Global Health State-of-the-Art Update: International Partnerships During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Equity, Innovations, and Outcomes for Child and Adolescent Health

    Chair: Suzinne Pak-Gorstein, MD PhD MPH – University of Washington

    Chair: Zulfiqar A. Bhutta, MBBS, PhD – The Hospital for Sick Children

    As the COVID-19 pandemic expands in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) governments and communities have mobilized to protect the health of infants, children and adolescents. While initially weakened by the shut-down of the flow of goods, services, and international travel, pre-existing international coalitions have responded by strengthening local capacity, supporting COVID research, and providing on-line educational opportunities. International experts in this session will describe how international partnerships have adapted to challenges posed by the COVID pandemic to innovate and support child and adolescent health in LMICs.

    COVID-19

    Scholarly Sessions

    Public Health

    Global Neonatal & Children's Health

    Education Pathway

    Community Pediatrics

    Immigrant Health

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Adolescent Medicine

    Academic and Research Skills

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    SPR Plenary Series: Women and Children First: Mitigating COVID-19 Impact on Children

    Chair: Stephanie Davis, MD – University of North Carolina School of Medicine

    Chair: Joel Hirschhorn, MD, PhD – Endocrinology, Boston Children's Hospital

    All are welcome.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Awards

    COVID-19

    Public Health

    Community Pediatrics

    Infectious Diseases

    Pulmonology

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Emergency Medicine

    Neurology

    Neonatology

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Tackling the Penicillin Allergy Label: A Multidisciplinary Perspective of Allergy De-labeling

    Chair: James W. Antoon, MD, PhD – Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

    Ten percent of the U.S. population is labeled penicillin (PCN) allergic. Recent studies have demonstrated that the majority of symptoms reported as an allergy by parents are often low-risk non-IgE mediated adverse reactions. The majority of these are cutaneous reactions that are frequently interpreted as PCN-induced but are often viral or viral-drug mediated and are not a contraindication for future PCN use. Studies have shown that the presence of a PCN allergy label results in the avoidance of the entire antibiotic class with subsequent use of broader spectrum, and more expensive suboptimal antibiotics. Appropriately de-labeling PCN allergy has been shown to improve patient safe care through antimicrobial stewardship and lowering health care costs. Recent studies have highlighted approaches for de-labeling children with PCN allergy, however rates of de-labeling remain low and a more systematic approach is needed. Furthermore, there is significant variation among institutions, clinical settings and individuals concerning which patients can be de-labeled, and how to de-label and in the different settings.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Infectious Diseases

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Pharmacology

    Health Services Research

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    The Next 4 Years: Forecasting Child Health Policy Issues

    Chair: Shetal Shah, MD – Maria Fareri Children's Hospital/ New York Medical College

    The outcome of the Presidential election has significcant impact on the child health policy agenda. The aim of this session is to provide a forum for policy and physician experts to predict major legislative and policy changes which will occur over the next four years. The session will focus on 5 major areas of concern to pediatricians/researchers. The goal is to prepare academic pediatricians so they can be ideally positioned to promote or impede specific policies which are not evidenced-based to improve child health.

    Introduction: Dr. Shetal Shah, MD (Pediatric Policy Council, Society for Pediatric Research)
    1) Health Insurance Coverage for Kids (Stephanie Glier, MPH- American Academy of Pediatrics)
    2) Drug Pricing for Children (Dr. Jonathan Davis, MD- American Pediatric Society, Society for Pediatric Research)
    3) The Pediatric Research Funding Environment (James Baumberger, MPP - American Academy of Pediatrics)
    4) Healthcare Disparities/Poverty (Dr. Benard Dreyer MD- Academic Pediatric Association)
    5) Immigrant Issues (Dr. Julie Linton MD- American Academy of Pediatrics)

    Public Health

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Advocacy Pathway

  • 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM US CT
    Using Innovations in Medical Education to Advance Anti-Racism and Social Justice in Medicine

    Chair: Marsha Anderson, MD – University of Colorado School of Medicine

    Chair: Linda A. Waggoner-Fountain, MD, MEd – University of Virginia School of Medicine

    The events of the past few months have propelled extensive discussions of racism and social justice. Education in these topics has emerged as one of many necessary mechanisms to promote real change. Therefore, this session will focus on innovative approaches to educating residents and faculty through development of anti-racism and social justice curriculum. Although the three examples target faculty and residents, these are broadly applicable to educating medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty. After a brief introduction, the session will be opened by Dr. Elena Fuentes-Afflick to frame the topics that will be discussed in this session and to establish the importance of educating faculty and learners across the educational continuum on racism, anti-racism, and social justice. This will be followed by 3 very innovative examples of anti-racism and social justice curriculum that have been successfully implemented. These projects are inspirational and highly effective. After the speakers conclude, the session will end with 20 minutes for audience interaction with speakers in a moderated discussion and question/answer session. We anticipate there will be great interest and vigorous discussion of both the topics presented and the individual speakers' curricula.

    Education Pathway

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Advocacy Pathway

    Academic and Research Skills

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Meeting Psychotropic Medication Prescribing Needs in Primary Care: Interprofessional Collaboration Involving Pediatricians, Psychiatrists, and Psychologists

    Chair: Jeffrey Shahidullah, PhD – The University of Texas at Austin

    Primary care clinicians are often tasked with prescribing psychotropic medications for pediatric patients, but training, time, and reimbursement issues hamper best practice. Psychiatrists and psychologists embedded in the medical home can enhance care coordination via collaborative medication-related roles. This presentation aims to present data from innovative medication consultation models involving psychiatrists and psychologists. Mixed-method approaches provide qualitative and quantitative data regarding improved access to psychotropic medication management for patients and families, improved standard of care and adherence to prescribing guidelines and algorithms, and improved training and learning enhancement for prescribing pediatricians. The innovative medication consultation models using interprofessional approaches will be described and incorporate audience feedback and discussion. This cross-disciplinary spotlight presentation targets real-world skills that clinicians can incorporate into their practices. Implications for COVID-19 and telehealth adaptations will be discussed.

    Trainee Pathway

    Community Pediatrics

    General Pediatrics

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Clinical Research Pathway

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Optimizing Cardiopulmonary Care of Critically Ill Neonates: Use of Longitudinal Bedside and Advanced Imaging Techniques

    Chair: Catalina Bazacliu, MD – University of Florida

    Chair: Rita M. Ryan, MD – Case Western Reserve University

    The use of various imaging modalities in the management of critically ill neonates with cardiopulmonary disturbances have evolved overtime. Point-of-care ultrasound of the lung provides non-invasive, real-time evaluations, that can be performed longitudinally at the bedside. This modality can be used as a biomarker for disease pathology and can be implemented for assessment and management of multiple respiratory pathologies. Targeted neonatal echocardiography allows for an in-depth hemodynamic assessment of cardiopulmonary disturbances including evaluation and management of acute and chronic pulmonary hypertension. While longitudinal bedside evaluation is vital, state of the art-techniques in pulmonary MRI and CT are also demonstrating great promise for providing identification of pulmonary and airway pathology. This session will provide an in-depth discussion on the evoluation of neonatal imaging in the assessment and management of the critically ill neonate. The session will focus on the utility of various novel imaging modalities in the evaluation for neonatal respiratory pathologies including development of bronchopulmonary dysplasia, acute and chronic pulmonary hypertension, and tracheomalacia.

    Scholarly Sessions

    Pulmonology

    Neonatology

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Critical Care

    Cardiology

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Raising Our Voices: Teaching the Teachers

    Chair: David Cornfield, MD – Stanford University

    Chair: Clifford Bogue, MD – Yale School of Medicine

    Racism in healthcare is pervasive and deeply troubling. It affects patients as well as healthcare providers. In this session, we will hear from four physicians – two trainees and two more senior faculty members – about their own deeply personal stories. The presenters come from backgrounds that have been historically underrepresented in academic medicine. Each of the presenters will reflect on their own professional journey and consider the influence of more senior colleagues encountered along the way. These personal stories will form the basis for a discussion featuring “prescriptions” from panel members. The session will seek to identify steps and best practices that we might identify and adopt to recognize and combat either visceral or systemic racism.

    Trainee Pathway

    Education Pathway

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Career Development Pathway

    Academic and Research Skills

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Secondary Hypertension: It's Essential to Know Causes of Secondary Hypertension

    Chair: Don Batisky, MD – Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

    Chair: Daniel Feig, MD/PhD – University of Alabama, Birmingham, School of Medicine

    This session will focus on secondary causes of hypertension. There will be an overview of testing and evaluation for secondary hypertension with a focus on who should be tested, when this assessment should occur, and how patients should be evaluated. The session will then shift to provide an overview of the epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of secondary causes of hypertension. Topics to be covered will include: pheochromocytoma, obstructive sleep apnea, hereditary causes of hypertension, and renovascular hypertension.

    Public Health

    Obesity

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Hematology/Oncology

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Pharmacology

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Endocrinology

    Emergency Medicine

    Critical Care

    Cardiology

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Update on Systemic Vasculitis

    Chair: Stephanie Jernigan, MD – Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University

    Chair: Shaun W. Jackson, MBChB MD – University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital

    An update on Systemic Vasculitis, particularly ANCA-associated vasculitis, but also on CNS vasculitis, PAN and Takayasu’s arteritis. The focus for AAV would be around the new Canadian Vasculitis guidelines, the latest trials (including PEXIVAS), treatment controversies and uncertainties. The focus on the other vasculitides would include an update on the new diagnoses (DADA2 for example), the role of genetics in discovery and the treatment of these rarer vasculitides, including updates on SLE

    Pulmonology

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Vaping and E-Cigarettes 2021: The Ongoing Health Risks During an EVALI Epidemic and Global Pandemic

    Chair: Susan C. Walley, MD, CTTP, FAAP – University of Alabama at Birmingham

    E-cigarette or vaping-associated lung injury (EVALI) has focused significant attention on the short-term health harms of electronic cigarettes and vaping devices (collectively referred to as e-cigarettes). E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices which produce an aerosolized mixture from a solution of solvents, flavoring chemicals, concentrated nicotine and other substances to be inhaled by the user. Specific additional health harms associated with e-cigarette use include nicotine addiction, transition to cigarette and marijuana use, increased cough, wheeze and asthma exacerbations (for those with asthma), seizures, increased risk for cardiovascular disease, relapse to tobacco use among former quitters and renormalization and glamorization of smoking and tobacco use. New products, emerging research, clinical recommendations and policy updates are developing at an extremely rapid pace – making it difficult for the practicing pediatrician to keep up.

    Youth use of e-cigarettes is a public health crisis: In 2019, one in four high school students is a current e-cigarette user and the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth use is unknown. Many factors may account for the rapid rise in popularity of new tobacco products, including aggressive youth-focused marketing and advertising, particularly by newer e-cigarette companies such as JUUL and Suorin. JUUL, the e-cigarette brand with the highest market share in the US (>70%) , contains a very high (59 mg/mL) nicotine concentration. Longitudinal data shows a concerning trajectory of youth transitioning from e-cigarettes to use of conventional cigarettes one year later, and more recent anecdotal reports of youth turning to combusted tobacco to help them quit vaping high nicotine devices. E-cigarette emissions (i.e. secondhand aerosol) contain harmful constituents such as volatile organic compounds, heavy metals and ultrafine particles, posing risks to non-users.

    The panel of pediatricians presenting this session have been at the forefront of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ tobacco control efforts to craft clinician-facing policy statements, educate and inform government policies regarding all aspects of e-cigarettes. This symposium will highlight the most updated current scientific evidence on electronic cigarettes and their impact on youth tobacco use, potential youth health and public health effects. In addition, this presentation will address how the global pandemic may affect rates of youth e-cigarettre use and on how vaping may affect COVID outcomes. Current recommendation for helping youth with e-cigarette cessation will be reviewed, along with resources for prevention, refusal skills, opportunities for youth engagement, and currently available resources for teens and parents. Up to date information on regulations and legislation (and anticipated impact) will be reviewed, providing participants with information necessary for advocacy at local, state and federal levels. This session will have broad appeal given the importance of this topic to our adolescent populations and their families.

    Tobacco Prevention

    Pulmonology

    Public Health

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Environmental Health

    Critical Care

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Adolescent Medicine II

    Moderator: Terrill Bravender, MD MPH – University of Michigan

    Moderator: Oriaku A. Kas-Osoka, MD, MEd – UNLV School of Medicine

    Adolescent Medicine

  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Emergency Medicine III

    Moderator: Ioannis Koutroulis, MD, PhD, MBA – Children's National Hospital

    Moderator: Michelle Macy, MD, MS – Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago

    Emergency Medicine

  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    General Pediatrics: Infections

    Moderator: Susan Bostwick, MD, MBA – Weill Cornell

    Moderator: Patricia Li, MD MSc FRCPC – Montreal Children's Hospital

    General Pediatrics

  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Hospital-based Medicine: Potpourri

    Moderator: Alexander H. Hogan, MD, MS – Connecticut Children's Medical Center

    Moderator: Elizabeth E. Halvorson, MD MS – Wake Forest School of Medicine

    Hospital-based Medicine

  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal General: Brain Protection−Basic Research

    Moderator: Sandra E. Juul, MD, PhD – University of Washington

    Moderator: Eric Peeples, MD – University of Nebraska Medical Center and Children's Hospital & Medical Center

  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's James Fortenberry, MD, Chief Medical Officer
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Children's Mercy Kansas City's Jotishna Sharma, MD
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Steven Shein, MD
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Daniel J. Moore, MD, PhD
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Derek J. Williams, MD, MPH
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Pediatrics' Uchenna E. Anani, MD, FAAP
  • 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM US CT
    Trainee Zone Networking: Advocacy, Leadership, and Mentorship in the AAP

    Presenter: Catherine Coughlin, MD – Boston Combined Residency Program

  • 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM US CT
    Doctors on Call: Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital's Michael Dell, MD
  • 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM US CT
    Trainee Zone Networking: Life Balance in Academic Medicine | Presented by Children's Mercy Kansas City

    Presenter: Alyssa Stephany, MD, SFHM, FAAP – Children's Mercy Kansas City

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics: ADHD/Learning

    Moderator: David O'Banion, MD – Emory University

    Moderator: Lauren O’Connell, MD, MSU – Michigan State University

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Genomics/Epigenomics: Genetics and Genomics of Pediatric Disease 

    Moderator: Patrick G. Gallagher, MD – Yale University

    Moderator: Jennifer A. Wambach, MD, MS – Washington University School of Medicine

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Neonatology

    Genomics

    Developmental Biology

    Neurology

    Critical Care

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Hospital-based Medicine: Clinical Decision Support/Diagnostic Testing

    Moderator: Michelle White, MD, MPH – Duke University

    Moderator: Christopher J. Russell, MD – Children's Hospital Los Angeles

    Hospital-based Medicine

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Hypertension

    Moderator: Andrew M. South, MD, MS – Wake Forest School of Medicine, Brenner Children's Hospital

    Moderator: Tammy Brady, MD, PhD – Johns Hopkins University

    Recording not available.

    Adolescent Medicine

    Obesity

    Neonatology

    Telemedicine/EHR/Medical Informatics

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Cardiology

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Medical Education: Trending Topics

    Moderator: Lewis R. First, MD, MS – University of Vermont

    Moderator: Rebecca Wallihan, MD – Nationwide Children's Hospital

    Adolescent Medicine

    COVID-19

    Pulmonology

    Neonatology

    Mental Health

    Infectious Diseases

    Hospital-based Medicine

    Hematology/Oncology

    Education Pathway

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Community Pediatrics

    Pediatric Nutrition

    Neurology

    Nephrology

    General Pediatrics

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

    Emergency Medicine

    Critical Care

    Child Abuse & Neglect

    Cardiology

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Fetal Nutrition & Metabolism: Preterm Infant Nutrition

    Moderator: Tarah Colaizy, MD – University of Iowa

    Moderator: Ann L Anderson Berry, MD, PhD – University of Nebraska Medical Center

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    Neonatology

    Basic Science Pathway

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Infectious Diseases/Immunology: Potpourri

    Moderator: Esther M. Speer, MD – Stony Brook University

    Moderator: Brynne A. Sullivan, MD, MSc – University of Virginia School of Medicine

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Scholarly Sessions

    Neonatology

    Infectious Diseases

    Basic Science Pathway

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Neurology: Clinical: HIE and Other Insults

    Moderator: Amit M. Mathur, MBBS, MD, MRCP – Saint Louis University School of Medicine

    Moderator: Sudeepta K. Basu, MBBS, MS – Children's National Hospital

    Neurology

    Neonatology

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal Pulmonology: Lung Injury and Development

    Moderator: Vineet Bhandari, MD, DM – Children's Regional Hospital at Cooper/CMSRU

    Moderator: Heber C. Nielsen, MD, MSDS – Tufts Medical Center and Tufts School of Medicine

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    Public Health & Prevention II

    Moderator: Andy Aligne, MD,MPH – U. Rochester

    Moderator: Patricia Li, MD MSc FRCPC – Montreal Children's Hospital

    COVID-19

  • 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM US CT
    SPR Plenary Series: Best of SPR Featured Abstracts

    Chair: Stephanie Davis, MD – University of North Carolina School of Medicine

    All are welcome.

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Scholarly Sessions Awards

    Adolescent Medicine

    Neurology

    Nephrology

    Endocrinology

    Infectious Disease

    Genomics

    Neonatology

  • 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    Childhood-Onset Lupus: A Global and Multisystem Disease

    Chair: Laura Ballenger, MD, RhMSUS – Nationwide Children's Hospital

    Chair: Jay Mehta – University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

    This session will highlight aspects of childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus (cSLE) beyond the clinical diagnosis and immunosuppressive treatment. The first presentation will discuss genetic associations in cSLE and implications for treatment of sub-phenotypes and monogenic forms of the disease. The second presentation will continue the discussion of the genetic landscape of cSLE from a global population perspective and include review of global disparities in access to care and gaps in research. The third presentation will address psychiatric comorbidity in patients with cSLE and strategies for mental health intervention. Lastly, the fourth presentation will review treatment of hypertension and edema from nephritis, sodium and fluid retention from steroids, BP control of extra-renal vasculitis, and cardiovascular disease in patients with cSLE.

    Mental Health

    Global Neonatal & Children's Health

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Nephrology

    Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology

  • 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    Rethinking the Roots, Reality, and Remediation of Environmental Health Disparities

    Chair: Norma Kreilein, MD – Carle Health

    Environmental health disparities are well described within rural and minority communities, particularly regarding infant mortality. The US continues to lag behind developed countries, despite committing massive resources. Why isn't US health care improving infant mortality? Are personal habits to blame, or are we missing something? Are regulations achieving results in the most vulnerable communities? If not, why not? Why are rural areas continuing to welcome dysfunctional policies while communities of color are unable to control their own exposure?

    Dr. Norma Kreilein has been involved in regional and national environmental advocacy for over a decade while practicing community pediatrics in a rural setting for 30 years. Her presentation will highlight examples of 1) flawed data collection and official conclusions lacking sampling/statistical validity, 2) deliberate inadequate monitoring of clustered industrial polluters, and 3) conflicts of interest and bureaucratic processes which obstruct and obscure the environmental component to infant mortality and other measures of public health.

    Knowledge of how and and to what extent environmental regulations are circumvented is critical to directing research, advocacy, and clinical practice toward closing existing loopholes and benefitting disproportionalely burdened communities. This presentation seeks to make clinicians and research faculty "environmentally aware" in addition to being "trauma aware."

    Public Health

    Global Neonatal & Children's Health

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Environmental Health

    Community Pediatrics

    Clinical Bioethics

    Quality Improvement/Patient Safety

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Advocacy Pathway

  • 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    The Intersection of Child Poverty With Race, Immigrant Status, and Environmental Threats in the Age of COVID-19

    Chair: Benard Dreyer, MD – NYU Grossman School of Medicine

    Chair: Adam Schickedanz, MD PhD – UCLA

    This State of the Art Plenary will bring together national experts on child poverty, racism and racial inequities, immigrant health, Native American culture, and environmental threats to discuss the intersectionality of child poverty. Poor children don't just suffer from "double jeapardy", but frequently "multiple jeapardy" from many overlapping threats to their health and development. The COVID-19 pandemic has further unearthed as well as intensified these threats to children including loss of financial resources, loss of nutritional supports, loss of family members, and loss of educational opportunity. Our speakers will be able to elucidate and contextualize the living "venn diagram" of these intersections for children and families. All of the speakers will also address the specific impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on these families who are vulnerable because of being under-resourced and often are marginalized, and will leave the attendees with what is a call for action to all of us.

    COVID-19

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Environmental Health

    Diversity and Inclusion

    Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

    Core Curriculum for Fellows

    Community Pediatrics

    Health Services Research

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Advocacy Pathway

  • 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    Children with Chronic Conditions II

    Moderator: Ann M. Reed, MD – Duke University

    Moderator: Salathiel R. Kendrick-Allwood, MD – Emory University School of Medicine/Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

    Cross-Disciplinary Pathway

    Children with Chronic Conditions

    Health Services Research

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics

  • 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    Endocrinology

    Moderator: Laya Ekhlaspour, MD – Stanford University

    Moderator: Jeanie B. Tryggestad, MD – University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

    Academic and Research Skills

    Trainee Pathway

    Obesity

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Endocrinology

  • 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM US CT
    Neonatal-Perinatal Health Care Delivery: Practices & Procedures

    Moderator: John Zupancic, MD ScD – Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

    Moderator: Brenda Poindexter, MD, MS, FAAP – Emory University and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Neonatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Breastfeeding/Human Milk: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Lindsay Ellsworth, MD – University of Michigan

    Moderator: Mandy Brown Belfort, MD, MPH – Brigham and Women's Hospital

    Well Newborn

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    Obesity

    Neonatology

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    General Pediatrics

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Breastfeeding/Human Milk: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Endocrinology: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Renee Kinman, MD PhD MA Ed – UCSF Fresno

    Moderator: Teresa Quattrin, MD – JR Oishei Children's Hospital & University at Buffalo

    Academic and Research Skills

    Trainee Pathway

    Obesity

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Endocrinology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Endocrinology: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Endocrinology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Hematology/Oncology: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: SHAFQAT SHAH, MD – UTHealth San Antonio Long School of Medicine

    Moderator: Caitlin Fogarty, MD PhD – Brown University

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Hematology/Oncology: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Hematology/Oncology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Hospital-based Medicine: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Jaspreet Loyal, MD – Yale School of Medicine

    Moderator: Nicole E. Webb, MD – Valley Children's Healthcare

    Hospital-based Medicine

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Hospital-based Medicine: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Hospital-based Medicine

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Immunizations/Delivery: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Nancy R. Kelly, MD MPH – UT Southwestern

    Moderator: Lisa Prosser, PhD – University of Michigan

    General Pediatrics

    Immunizations/Delivery

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Immunizations/Delivery: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Immunizations/Delivery

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Epidemiology/HSR: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: T. Michael O'Shea, MD MPH – University of North Carolina

    Moderator: Heather H. Burris, MD, MPH – Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennyslvania

    Health Equity/Social Determinants of Health

    Neonatology

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

    Health Services Research

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Epidemiology/HSR: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Neonatology

    Epidemiology & Health Services Pathway

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Fetal Nutrition & Metabolism: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Camille Fung, MD – University of Utah

    Moderator: Phu Tran, PhD – University of Minnesota/ Department of Pediatrics

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    Neonatology

    Basic Science Pathway

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Fetal Nutrition & Metabolism: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Neonatology

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal GI Physiology & NEC: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Amy E. O'Connell, MD, PhD – Boston Children's Hospital

    Moderator: Venkatesh Sampath

    Clinical Research Pathway

    Breastfeeding/Human Milk

    Neonatology

    Basic Science Pathway

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal GI Physiology & NEC: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Neonatology

    Gastroenterology/Hepatology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Hematology & Bilirubin Metabolism: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Ronald J. Wong, MD – Stanford University School of Medicine

    Moderator: Sripriya Sundararajan, MD – University Of Maryland School Of Medicine

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Hematology & Bilirubin Metabolism: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Neonatology

    Hematology/Oncology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Infectious Diseases/Immunology: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Joyce Marie Koenig, MD – Saint Louis University

    Moderator: Julia Johnson, MD, PhD – Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

    Clinical Research Pathway

    COVID-19

    Neonatology

    Infectious Diseases

    Basic Science Pathway

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal Infectious Diseases/Immunology: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Neonatology

    Infectious Diseases

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal/Infant Resuscitation: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Praveen Chandrasekharan, MD, MS – University at Buffalo

    Moderator: Vishal Kapadia, MD MSCS FAAP – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Neonatal/Infant Resuscitation: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    AAP Neonatal Resuscitation Program Steering Committee

    Neonatology

    Pulmonology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Pulmonology: Highlighted e-Posters

    Moderator: Ross E. Myers, MD – Case Western Reserve University / Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital

    Moderator: Laurie C. Eldredge, MD, PhD – University of Washington

    Pulmonology

  • 6:15 PM – 7:15 PM US CT
    Pulmonology: Highlighted e-Posters Live Q&A

    Pulmonology