Dr. Sutton is an internationally recognized expert in pediatric cardiac arrest. His career focus is on developing and evaluating novel techniques and devices to improve the care delivered during in-hospital resuscitation attempts.
Dr. Rossano's extensive research experience primarily involves the epidemiology and outcomes of cardiovascular disease in children, and multi-institutional collaborative observational and interventional studies. His particular research interests include evaluating the treatment and outcomes of pediatric cardiomyopathy, heart failure, and transplantation.
Dr. Merves has a background in basic and clinical translational research in eosinophilic esophagitis. Her more recent focus is clinical research in the pediatric short-bowel population. Dr. Merves is currently evaluating blenderized feeding in the pediatric short bowel population.
Dr. Sainath is an attending physician in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at CHOP and an assistant professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition.
Dr. Lindell’s research program is centered on the biology of critical illness in children with immune dysfunction. His current translational research is focused on pediatric septic shock and the development of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) in critically-ill children.
Dr. Fiks’ research is aimed at improving outcomes for ambulatory pediatric patients through primary care, practice-based scholarship with a focus on improving health and healthcare decision-making through health information technology.
Dr. Pogoriler's research focuses on pediatric lung disease and neoplasia. These interests come together in her work on congenital cystic lung lesions and their potential premalignant diagnosis. She collaborates with both clinicians and basic scientists on pediatric cancer research.
Dr. Nace is an attending pediatric surgeon at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition to advancing pediatric trauma care, his academic and research interests are focused on education and improving quality within surgical care.
Dr. Loomes' research is focused on clinical and translational studies in pediatric liver disease. She works with National Institutes of Health-funded national consortia to conduct studies investigating the etiology and treatment for rare pediatric liver diseases including biliary atresia, Alagille syndrome, and others. Dr. Loomes also collaborates with other investigators at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to investigate genetic causes of pediatric liver disease.