Dr. Feemster's research includes vaccine acceptance among parents and immunization providers, community-based interventions to improve vaccine uptake, neighborhood factors associated with the incidence of pertussis and influenza, and healthcare-associated respiratory infection in the pediatric ambulatory setting.
Dr. Coffin’s research interests focus on the epidemiology and prevention of healthcare-associated infections in the pediatric population. She also investigates the epidemiology of pediatric respiratory viral infections, with a particular emphasis on influenza.
Dr. Keren’s research focuses on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of treatments for common problems in general pediatrics, including the prediction and prevention of newborn hyperbilirubinemia (jaundice) and kernicterus (a complication of jaundice), the therapeutic and radiological management of children with urinary tract infections, and the epidemiology and economics of influenza.
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