Pediatrics Residency Faculty
The Department of Pediatrics has over 300 faculty, representing all pediatric subspecialties and disciplines. These faculty provide state-of-the-art clinical care and conduct innovative clinical, translational and basic research. They are dedicated to teaching and mentoring residents, medical students and fellows.
Our faculty and our clinical care units are internationally recognized for their clinical excellence. We are a regional and national referral center and our patient outcomes are among the best in the country. Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Wisconsin pediatricians and pediatric subspecialists made up two-thirds of all pediatricians receiving such recognition in the state. Residents learn directly from faculty who discover new diseases, develop innovative therapies and pave the way for improving the health of all children.
The educational leaders of our department have developed innovative educational scholarship projects, continually publish and present their educational scholarship nationally, and have held leadership positions in their respective national educational organizations. In addition, numerous faculty have edited and contributed to texts in their specific subspecialties.
There are too many exceptional faculty to list, but the following is a small sample of the outstanding nationally and internationally-recognized work of our faculty.
Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Wisconsin Faculty
Peter Havens, MD MS
World expert in pediatric HIV infection, founder of the Wisconsin HIV Primary Care Network and co-lead author of the AAP's major policy statement on infant pediatric HIV in the United States.
David Margolis, MD
Leader in unrelated match bone marrow transplant and consultant for the television show Grey's Anatomy.
Rodney Willoughby, MD
Developed the Milwaukee Protocol to successfully treat acute rabies infection through induction of coma.
Jack Routes, MD
Newborn screening pioneer; led the way for Wisconsin to be the first state to screen all newborns for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID).
James Verbsky, MD, PhD
Described, for the first time, a patient lacking interleukin-1 Receptor antagonist and pioneered the use of recombinant Interleukin-1 antagonist to treat this deficiency.
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