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Dr. Zackular's research is focused on understanding how interactions between the host, gut microbiota, and pathogenic microbes impact human health and disease. His recent efforts center on understanding how the important nosocomial pathogen, Clostridium difficile, interacts with resident gut microbiota during infection and how interspecies cross-talk impacts growth, behavior, and virulence of this pathogen.
Dr. Zaoutis is a pediatrician trained in infectious disease and epidemiology with a robust research program focused on the epidemiology, prevention, and treatment of healthcare acquired infections; antimicrobial resistance; and antimicrobial use.
Dr. Zee's statistical methods research includes topics in survival analysis, measurement error, observational data methods, and machine learning. Her clinical research is focused on kidney disease, specifically in clinical and pathology markers of glomerular and chronic kidney disease progression.
Dr. Zemel's overall research program aims to improve the understanding of lifelong health and how it relates to childhood antecedents of physical growth and maturation, body composition, population ancestry/genetics, and lifestyle factors. Such insight has practical implications for disease prevention and lifelong wellness, as well as broader scientific implications for understanding human plasticity and evolution.
Dr. Zhou’s outstanding research interests include mitosis-coupled DNA methylation drift and inference of cell-type-specific epigenetic signals. He developed multiple computational tools for analyzing DNA methylation data and has actively contributed to cancer genomics data analysis.
Dr. Zorc's work focuses on the intersection of interventional clinical research, quality improvement (QI), and clinical informatics. He has formal certification in epidemiology, QI methodology, and clinical informatics, and has participated in multi-center research networks, guideline and improvement collaboratives, and electronic health record development locally and nationally.
As director of the Center for Clinical Pharmacology, Dr. Zuppa has a dynamic research program that focuses on using clinical pharmacological modeling and simulation strategies to study the impact of critical illness on drug disposition in children.
Dr. Zur is the director of the Pediatric Voice Program, associate director of the Center for Pediatric Airway Disorders, and interim chief for the Division of Otolaryngology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Her research interests include pediatric laryngotracheal pathology, surgical reconstruction, and voicing issues.