American Academy of Pediatrics' Pediatric Cardiology Research Fellowship Award
The Children's Heart Foundation funds the American Academy of Pediatrics' educational Pediatric Cardiology Research Fellowship Award. This Award promotes the understanding of cardiovascular disease in children. The grant provides research support for an individual who has demonstrated aptitude for basic science or clinical science research during their pediatric cardiology fellowship. The award represents a tremendous opportunity for junior faculty in pediatric cardiology to gain research experience.
Kari Phillips, MD, University of Utah Health
"Exploring Patient and Family Decision Making in Pediatric Heart Transplant"
Mohammad Al-mousily, MD, Medical University of South Carolina
“The Use of a 12 Lead ECG and Artificial Intelligence with a Machine Learning Model to Identify Structural Heart Disease”
David Staudt, MD, PhD, Stanford University
“Unraveling the Molecular Modifiers of Hypertrophic and Restrictive Cardiomyopathy”
Rohan Kumthekar, MD, Children’s National Health System, Washington, DC
"A Novel Tool for Percutaneous Implantation of Pacing and Defibrillation Leads in Small Children and Infants"
Joshua Kurtz, MD, FAAP, Medical University of South Carolina
"Detecting the Pathophysiology that Drives Fontan-Associated Liver Disease"
Jessica Garbern, MD, FAAP, Boston Children’s Hospital
"Maturation of stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes"
Andrew L. Cheng, MD, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
"Effects of Hemorheology on Flow in the Fontan Circulation"
Shahryar Chowdhury, MD
"Investigating the Racial Disparities in Cardiovascular Risk"
Stephanie J. Nakano, MD, University of Colorado
"Regulation of Phosphodiesterase Activity in Pediatric Heart Failure"