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Dr. Juul Looks Ahead as She Takes the Helm of the Neonatology Division

Dr. Juul Looks Ahead as She Takes the Helm of the Neonatology Division

Source: On the Pulse

Dr. Sandra “Sunny” Juul recently became the new Division Chief of Neonatology at Seattle Children’s Hospital and the University of Washington, taking the helm from Dr. Christine Gleason, who stepped down to pursue other professional goals. Below, Juul talks about her vision for her own research and for the Division of Neonatology at Seattle Children’s.

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