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Children’s Health Advocate Moses Grossman Has Died

Emeritus Professor of Pediatrics Moses (Misha) Grossman, MD, a passionate advocate for children’s welfare, died peacefully last week at the age of 96. He served as chief of Pediatrics at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital for more than 30 years, where he oversaw the clinical...

Infectious Disease Specialists Target Global Health

Infectious diseases such as HIV and malaria continue to pose a massive threat to the health of children in much of the developing world. Several faculty members of the Division of Infectious Disease and Global Health focus their research on addressing the prevention, diagnosis and...

Molecular Medicine Pathway Nurtures Physician Scientists

To advance patient care, pediatrics needs a healthy supply of physician-scientists whose training combines basic science and clinical medicine. The molecular medicine pathway within the Department of Pediatrics residency program is designed to support and encourage physicians whose...