Pediatrics residents and clinical fellows awarded department research and development awards

Congratulations to the following residents and fellows who were recently awarded Department of Pediatrics Resident & Clinical Fellows R&D Awards from the Spring 2022 cycle. The purpose of the R&D Award Fund is to support research activities, including quality improvement (QI) projects. Funds are awarded with the expectation that they will support activities leading to scholarly output, such as presentations, publications, and grant applications. Grantees are selected twice annually after a competitive internal review process. Congratulations to the following awardees:

  • Jesse Boyett Anderson, MD – “Do Smaller Pediatric Cardiology Programs and Programs in Disadvantaged Communities Provide Less Overall and Less Robust Patient-Facing Information about Neurodevelopment on their Websites?”
  • Olawale Oduru, MD – “Physician trading cards”
  • Zachary Smith, DO – “Developing a Pediatric Transport Medical Control Curriculum for Pediatric Trainees”
  • Bryan Vonasek, MD – “Bacteremia and antibiotic susceptibility in Malawian children under five years hospitalized with severe acute malnutrition”
  • Henry Zapata Galarza, MD – “Co-localization of Angiotensin and Transferrin Receptors via Multiligand Receptors, Megalin and Cubilin in Growth-Restricted Fetal Sheep Kidneys”