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Newsletter: Spring/Summer 2022
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Spring Spotlight: Richard Falcone, MD and the PTTC
Hear how connections made through the Pediatric Trauma Transformation Collaboration have helped surgeons and providers in Poland and Ukraine prepare for the increase in pediatric trauma cases from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Summer Spotlight: Ray Bignall, MD - PAS Keynote Speaker
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Alumni Weekend 23 STD    
Alumni Weekend 2023: Save the Date
WE ARE SO EXCITED TO BE BACK! Make plans to join us in Cincinnati March 31-April 1 for a weekend of fun with your colleagues. Since we were unable to celebrate the last three years, we welcome ALL alumni back to this event. Start calling your classmates and division teams and help us make sure everyone saves the date.
Take a SHOT at COVID
A new COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit has recently launched as we begin to vaccinate children under the age of 5. This toolkit of resources aims to assist providers in recommending and securing COVID-19 vaccination in their pediatric patients. Most handouts are available in English and Spanish. Useful videos can be added to your practice website or shared on social media.
Alumni and Friends Gatherings are Back!
We saw enthusiastic crowds at our first in-person alumni gatherings since 2019. We hosted Alumni and Friends Receptions at the PAS Meeting in April and the AAPD Annual Session in May. In June, we partnered with the Cincinnati Pediatric Society for their annual Toast to the Graduates event.
Round the Center
Jennifer O'Toole
Jennifer O'Toole, MD, Co-authors Book on Women in Pediatrics
Jennifer O’Toole, MD, program director, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Residency Program, is co-author of the book “Women in Pediatrics: The Past, Present and Future.” The book is the first to provide an overarching view of women in pediatrics, the challenges they have faced, the successes achieved and what the future holds.
First Treatment for Eosinophilic Esophagitis Wins FDA Approval
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Dupixent (dupilumab) as the first treatment for eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), a chronic inflammatory disease that damages the esophagus. Marc Rothenberg, MD, PhD, director, Cincinnati Center for Eosinophilic Diseases, been researching EoE for the past two decades.
Research Corner
Way and Erickson    
Pregnant Women Produce Super Antibodies to Protect Newborns, Now Scientists Know How
A far-reaching study led by experts at Cincinnati Children’s, published in Nature, reveals how mothers make super antibodies that protect newborns in the first few months of life. The findings underline the importance of women being fully vaccinated before pregnancy and the value of breastfeeding.
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Research Annual Report Now Available
Explore our Research Annual Report for updates about heart disease risk among youth, ADHD, migraine therapy, kindergarten readiness, learning tools for children with deafness, how skin disorders can lead to asthma, a co-parenting program for low-income families, the future of liquid biopsies, new insights about metabolism, head trauma, home nursing, and more.
History Corner
Cincinnati Children’s currently offers several highly successful Organ Transplant Programs, but these positive outcomes could hardly have been predicted from their early beginnings.
Mitchell-Nelson Library from Inspire
In the midst of Cincinnati Children’s Burnet Campus with its state-of-the-art research and patient-care facilities, lies a hidden gem that seems to be frozen in timeā€”the early 1930s, to be exact.
Online Second Opinion Now Available
Cincinnati Children's Online Second Opinion Program is now available. The program is for patients and families inside the United States who live beyond the Greater Cincinnati area.
Graduating Residents and Fellows
Congratulations to the recent graduating residents and fellows! See the newest members of our Cincinnati Children's Alumni Association.
New and Departing Staff
We extend a warm welcome to our new staff members and wish our departing staff the best and hope to see you again soon. 
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