Dr. Paskewich has expertise in translational research to develop, implement, and evaluate school-based aggression and bullying prevention programs. She develops implementation methods that integrate empirically supported prevention strategies with procedures that foster necessary school engagement.
Dr. Sze's research interests lie in human factors engineering to improve quality and safety; 3D printing for procedural training, simulation, and biomedical device design; machine learning to augment radiologist interpretation and workflow; and qualitative research to improve patient experience.
Dr. Fieldston focuses on evidence-based management aimed at delivering high-value care and the impact of operational issues on patient outcomes. His academic work included investigating associations between patient flow, care models, workload and occupancy levels, and resource utilization on the quality of healthcare delivered to children, particularly those in the hospital, as well as healthcare value and value education.
Dr. Peddy is the Cardiac Center Simulation Director and oversees the multidisciplinary educational curriculum using high fidelity simulation technology to create clinical teaching scenarios in the CICU, CCU, and CPRU. Her clinical responsibility is as a staff cardiac intensivist in the CICU.
Dr. Waasdorp’s research focuses on translating child development theory and literature into prevention and intervention programming as well as examining the efficacy of school-based programming. Her programs aim to reduce bullying and aggression, improve children’s social and emotional skills, and help adults promote children’s positive peer relationships. She also has a strong focus on research methodology and related statistics.