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11th floor, Room 11062

3501 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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Clement L. Ren, MD, MBA, ATSF
Clement L. Ren
Cystic Fibrosis Center Director

Dr. Ren's primary research focus is to develop better methods to assess lung disease in infants and young children using advanced pulmonary function testing and imaging.

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Bio

The overall focus of Dr. Ren's research is to improve and develop better tools to assess early lung disease in children and infants with cystic fibrosis. He studies advanced types of lung function testing and imaging, primarily magnetic resonance imaging. He is using a novel home-based app to remotely assess symptoms and changes a patient may experience while on highely effective CFTR modulator therapy. He also is interested in cystic fibrosis epidemiology, looking at outcomes using the cystic fibrosis patient registry, especially surrounding infants and newborn screening.

Dr. Ren came to Philadelphia from Riley Hospital for Children, Indianapolis, IN, where he was associate chief of the Division of Pediatric Pulmonology, Allergy and Sleep Medicine, director of the Cystic Fibrosis Center, and director of the Pediatric Pulmonary Function Laboratory.

Education and Training

MD, University of Chicago

Internship, Boston Children's Hospital (Pediatrics)

Residency, Boston Children's Hospital (Pediatrics)

Fellowship, Boston Children's Hospital (Immunology/Allergy)

Fellowship, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children (Pediatric Pulmonology)

MBA, University of Rochester, Simon School of Business (Medical Management)

Titles and Academic Titles

Director, Cystic Fibrosis Center

Richard B. Johnston, Jr Chair in Pediatrics

Professional Memberships

American Thoracic Society (Fellow)

American Academy of Pediatrics

Society for Pediatric Research

Publication Highlights