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Albert C. Yan, MD, FAAP, FAAD

Albert C. Yan

Dr. Yan works to understand the clinical aspects and treatment of pediatric genetic skin disorders including atopic dermatitis, acne, vascular anomalies, and ichthyoses. He is interested in developing new software and technologies to facilitate the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric skin disease.


Nadir Yehya, MD

Nadir Yehya

Dr. Nadir Yehya is interested in all aspects of mechanical ventilation and respiratory failure in children, including pre-clinical models, ventilator-induced lung injury, and acute respiratory distress syndrome. 


Ensar Yekeler, MD

Ensar Yekeler

Dr. Yekeler is a certified radiologist who works with new imaging equipment including, but not limited to cardiac MRI and cardiovascular CT.


Benjamin Yerys, PhD

Benjamin Yerys

Research by Dr. Yerys focuses on the development of cognitive and neural mechanisms that support adaptive behavior in children with neurodevelopmental disorders.


Jessica Yim, MS, MBA

Jessica Yim

Jessica Yim is a multimedia specialist.


Lisa R. Young, MD

Lisa R. Young

Dr. Young’s translational research program aims to understand mechanisms underlying interstitial and rare lung diseases and develop new strategies to treat these disorders. Her laboratory focuses on the roles of epithelial cells in alveolar homeostasis, injury, and repair.


Jami F. Young, PhD

Jami F. Young

Dr. Young is a clinical psychologist whose research focuses on the identification, prevention, and treatment of adolescent depression. Her scholarship is driven by the need to understand what factors predispose youth to depression and the desire to develop, study, and disseminate interventions to help address the unmet needs of youth with mental health problems.


Taylor A. Yount

Taylor A. Yount

Taylor Yount is a second year grad student in the Microbiology, Virology, and Parasitology program at the University of Pennsylvania.


Marc Yudkoff, MD

Marc Yudkoff

Dr. Yudkoff's research is focused on the use of stable isotopes to measure the rate of production of urea in humans who have a urea cycle defect, or a congenital inability to detoxify ammonia into urea.


Katherine Yun, MD, MHS

Katherine Yun

Dr. Yun is an attending physician in the Division of General Pediatrics and the Refugee Health Program at CHOP, Health Equity faculty at PolicyLab, and an associate professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research focus is on access and equity in refugee and immigrant health.