Pediatrics faculty share expertise: May 2024

Department of Pediatrics faculty members are experts in child health, parenting, vaccinations, and other related topics. They are frequently sought out by local, state, and national journalists for their insights. Below is a list of the interviews and articles published in May 2024 that feature expert commentary from Department of Pediatrics faculty members.

May 11: Seasonal allergies, climate change linked, experts say
Interview: Mark Moss, MD, associate professor, Division of Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology | Source: The Badger Herald 
May 12: Freeport mother grateful for son’s health on Mother’s Day
Interview: Shardha Srinivasan, MD, associate professor, Division of Cardiology | Source: My Stateline
May 12: Harnessing the Power of AI for Better Neonatal Outcomes
Interview: Ryan McAdams, MD, professor, Division of Neonatology & Newborn Nursery | Source: The Incubator
May 17: It’s a bad spring for allergy sufferers. Climate change could make seasons like this happen more often
Interview: Eric Schauberger, DO, PhD, assistant professor, Division of Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology | Source: WXPR. Also covered in WCMU-FM
May 27: Tiny tick bite can lead to months of health troubles
Interview: Gregory DeMuri, MD, professor, Division of Infectious Diseases | Source: Radio Iowa. Also covered in KJAN, Sioux County Radio
May 31: Can smartphone use actually make you happier? UW-Madison study suggests it can
Interview: Megan Moreno, MD, MSEd, MPH, professor, interim chair, Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Health, and Matthew Minich, PhD, postdoctoral research associate, Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine | Source: Wisconsin State Journal. Also covered in, The Journal Times, Kenosha News, La Crosse Tribune, Lake Geneva News, Wisc News, News 9,, Physician’s Weekly, WXOW, WBAY, Medical Xpress, CBS 58