Pediatric - Rheumatology

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    Randy Cron MD, PhD, Division Director 2007 -

    Dr. Cron began his research training at the NIH (as a HHMI scholar) and continued with a PhD in Immunology following my mentor, Dr. Jeff Bluestone, to the University of Chicago, where Dr. Cron characterized murine peripheral TCRgd T cell repertoire, phenotype, and effector function. He completed medical school at UCLA and did a Pediatrics residency at Stanford where he gained an interest in Rheumatology. This was followed by a fellowship at the University of Washington in Pediatric Rheumatology....

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    Emily Smitherman, Assistant Professor (P) 2018 -

    Dr. Emily Smitherman is Assistant Professor of Pediatric Rheumatology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She attended medical school at University of Texas Southwestern, completed her pediatrics residency at Duke University, and completed her pediatric rheumatology fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. She earned a Master of Science in Clinical and Translational Research from the University of Cincinnati and completed advanced quality improvement coursework th...

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    Matthew Stoll, Associate Professor (P) 2011 -

    Dr. Stoll is a pediatric rheumatologist who earned his MD and PhD at Upstate Medical University (Syracuse, NY) in 2001, followed by completion of residency in pediatrics at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center in 2004 and fellowship in pediatric rheumatology at the Childrens Hospital Boston in 2007. At the completion of his fellowship, he took a staff position at the University of Texas at Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas, TX), where he earned an MSCS degree. In 2011, he moved to the Univers...

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    Melissa Mannion, Assistant Professor (P) 2014 -

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    Peter Weiser, Associate Professor (P) 2015 -

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    Randy Cron MD, PhD, Professor (P) 2007 -

    Dr. Cron began his research training at the NIH (as a HHMI scholar) and continued with a PhD in Immunology following my mentor, Dr. Jeff Bluestone, to the University of Chicago, where Dr. Cron characterized murine peripheral TCRgd T cell repertoire, phenotype, and effector function. He completed medical school at UCLA and did a Pediatrics residency at Stanford where he gained an interest in Rheumatology. This was followed by a fellowship at the University of Washington in Pediatric Rheumatology....

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    Timothy Beukelman, Associate Professor (P) 2007 -

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