Pediatric - Gastroenterology, Hepatology, & Nutrition

Academic Department

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Faculty Position

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    Adam Cohen, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Amanda Soong, Assistant Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Carter Wallace, Instructor - Clinical (P)

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    Cary Cavender, Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Claire Keith, Instructor - Clinical (P)

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    David Galloway, Associate Professor (P)

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    Diana Montoya Melo, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Henry Shiau, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Janaina Souza, Associate Professor (P)

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    Jeanine Maclin, Associate Professor (P)

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    Jose Mestre, Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Luz Gutierrez Sanchez, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Michelle Mastin, Assistant Professor - Clinical (P)

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    Nicholas CaJacob, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Rachel Kassel, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Reed Dimmitt, Professor (P)

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    Traci Jester, Associate Professor (P)

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    Wendy Gray, Assistant Professor - Clinical (P)

  • Faculty Secondary Appointments

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    Burel Goodin, Associate Professor (S)

    Dr. Goodin is a clinical health psychologist with specialization in pain-related behavioral medicine. He examines the interactions of psychosocial and biobehavioral characteristics in relation to the experience of pain through the key pathways of stress-related hormones (neuroendocrine function) and immune function. His previous and ongoing projects are conducted in collaboration with colleagues at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the University of Florida, as well as UAB.

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    David Schwebel, Professor (S)

    David C. Schwebel has published over 235 peer-reviewed manuscripts, most focusing on understanding and preventing unintentional injury in children, adolescents, and young adults. Specific risk factors of interest include temperament and personality, overestimation of physical ability and cognitive development, and adult supervision of children.

    From a prevention perspective, Dr. Schwebel has developed and implemented injury prevention techniques for a range of situations, including ped...

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