Sandra Kim, MD, says a childhood diagnosis of chronic gastrointestinal and liver diseases represents one of the great challenges and opportunities of modern medicine.
Research Yields Innovations in the Treatment of Pediatric Patients
Physicians face a variety of demands on their time and energy. Karen Murray, MD, explains the importance of safeguarding time for research activities and how she plans to support academic productivity as Physician-in-Chief of Cleveland Clinic Children’s.
Finding Balance on the Precipice of Change
New Chair of Cleveland Clinic Children’s shares her views on mentoring, burnout and areas of opportunity in pediatrics.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s Has a New Chair
Respected pediatric clinician and researcher Karen F. Murray, MD, has been appointed Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Pediatric Institute, Physician-in-Chief of Cleveland Clinic Children’s and President of Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation.
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