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Bruder Stapleton, MD

Bruder Stapleton, MD

Pediatrics-Inpatient

On staff since March 1996

Children's Title: Senior Vice President; Chief Academic Officer; Director, Department of Medicine

Academic Title: Chair, Department of Pediatrics; Professor, Pediatrics

Research Center: Center for Global Infectious Disease Research

"Coming from a family of teachers and community-oriented parents, I have always envisioned a career working with children. After choosing medicine, the gentle and humanistic approach of pediatricians drew me to pediatrics. Thanks to great mentors and role models, in particular Robert Hickman, MD, my energies originally focused on childhood kidney disorders. Now as Department Chair and Chief Academic Officer I find joy everyday in working with highly principled and brilliant researchers, educators and clinicians who all seek to make the world a healthier place for children."

Bruder Stapleton, MD, is Chief Academic Officer and Senior Vice President at Seattle Childrens, Professor and Ford/Morgan Endowed Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and the Associate Dean of the University of Washington School of Medicine. He also served as pediatrician-in-chief from 1996 to 2007.

At the University of Tennesse, he served as Chief of the Division of Pediatric Nephrology at the University of Tennessee, where he founded the pediatric General Clinical Research Center. He served as A. Conger Goodyear Chair of the Department of Pediatrics and pediatrician-in-chief and medical director for Childrens Hospital of Buffalo in New York. He has served as secretary-treasurer and president of the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology, assistant secretary-general and treasurer of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association, president of the Southern Society for Pediatric Research, chairman of the Sub- Board of Pediatric Nephrology of the American Board of Pediatrics and member of its Board of Directors, and member of the Council of Pediatric Research for the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is the President of the American Pediatric Society and is founding editor-in-chief of Journal Watch Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. He is also the Co-Editor-in-Chief of UptoDate Pediatrics and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Pediatrics. He is head of the Data Safety Monitoring Board for the NIH National Study of Kidney Disease in Children (CKiDS) and chairs the Sub-specialties committee of the American Board of Pediatrics.

Making A Difference

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Nephrology
Pediatrics

Residency

Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle
Pediatrics, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City

Fellowship

Pediatric Nephrology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City

Clinical Interests

Kidney stones, Uric acid disorders

Research Focus Area

Translational Research

Awards and Honors

Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
Founders Award American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 2011
Distinguished Alumni Award University of Kansas School of Medicine 2010
Castle Connollys Americas Top Doctors 2004 - 2007
Americas Top Pediatricians Consumers Research Council of America 2003 - 2008
Whos Who in America 2002
Best Doctors in Seattle 2002 - 2003
Castle Connollys Americas Top Doctors 2001
The Best Doctors in America Woodward & White 2001 - 2010
The Best Doctors in America Woodward and White 1998 - 1999
Am J Kidney Diseases Featured in "Nephrology and Nephrologists" Aug. 1997
President American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1995 - 1996
The Best Doctors in America Woodward & White 1992 - 1995
Perceptions of Excellence Employee Recognition Award The Children's Hospital of Buffalo Feb. 1991
Secretary/Treasurer The American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1991
Frederick B. Wilkes Memorial Resident Teaching Award The Children's Hospital of Buffalo 1990
Executive Council Eastern Society for Pediatric Research 1990
Scientific Program Chairman Section on Urinary Solutes, International Congress of Pediatric Nephrology, Toronto, Canada Sept. 1989
Five Day Study Tour of Israel 1992 Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association Nov. 28, 1988 - Dec. 2, 1988
Chief, Department of Medicine LeBonheur Children's Medical Center 1988
President Southern Society for Pediatric Research 1988 - 1989
Member, Sub Board of Pediatric Nephrology American Board of Pediatrics 1988 - 1994
Program Chairman Society for Pediatric Research 1987
Carole Pinstein Distinguished Service Award National Kidney Foundation of West Tennessee 1987
Ad Hoc Writing Committee American Society of Pediatric Nephrology 1987 - 1988
Executive Council International Pediatric Nephrology Association 1986 - 1992
Executive Council Southern Society for Pediatric Research 1985 - 1989
Program Chairman Southern Society for Pediatric Research 1985 - 1987
Distinguished Service Award National Kidney Foundation of West Tennessee 1981 - 1982
Outstanding Clinical Oncology Paper University of Kansas 1975
Outstanding Pediatric Research Paper University of Kansas 1975 - 1977

Publications

  • Stapleton FB, Hendricks J, Hagan P, DelBeccaro M
    Modifying the Toyota Production System for continuous performance improvement in an academic children's hospital.
    Pediatric clinics of North America , 2009 Aug. : 799-813
  • Langman CB, Alon U, Ingelfinger J, Englund M, Saland JM, Somers MJ, Stapleton FB, Sibú NO, Cochat P, Wong W, Eke FU, Satlin L, Salusky I
    A position statement on kidney disease from powdered infant formula-based melamine exposure in Chinese infants.
    Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany) , 2009 July : 1263-6
  • Jones MD Jr, McGuinness GA
    The future of pediatric residency education: prescription for more flexibility.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2009 Feb. : 157-8
  • Jones MD Jr, McGuinness GA, First LR, Leslie LK
    Linking process to outcome: are we training pediatricians to meet evolving health care needs?
    Pediatrics , 2009 Jan. : S1-7
  • McPhillips HA, Stanton B, Zuckerman B, Stapleton FB
    Role of a pediatric department chair: factors leading to satisfaction and burnout.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2007 Oct. : 425-30
  • Sectish TC, Stapleton FB, Schnaper HW, Degnon LE, Behrman RE
    The creation of the Council of Pediatric Subspecialties: addressing the needs of the subspecialties and subspecialists.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2007 Aug. : 105-6, 106.e1-2
  • Graham EA, Wallace CA, Stapleton FB
    Developing women leaders in medicine at the grass roots level: evolution from skills training to institutional change.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2007 July : 1-2, 2.e1
  • Stapleton FB
    What is a pediatrician and who is asking?
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2007 June : 577-8
  • McPhillips HA, Burke AE, Sheppard K, Pallant A, Stapleton FB, Stanton B
    Toward creating family-friendly work environments in pediatrics: baseline data from pediatric department chairs and pediatric program directors.
    Pediatrics , 2007 Mar. : e596-602
  • Stapleton FB, Lux SE
    A uniform third-year application and offer date for pediatric fellow applicants: pro and con.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2006 Nov. : 587-588
  • Stapleton FB, Wahl PW, Norris TE, Ramsey PG
    Addressing global health through the marriage of public health and medicine: developing the University of Washington department of global health.
    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges , 2006 Oct. : 897-901
  • Friedman A, Schor E, Stanton B, Stapleton B, Zuckermann B
    Returning to the basics: a new era in pediatric education.
    Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2006 May : 466-7
  • Stapleton FB, Jones D, Fiser DH
    Leadership trends in academic pediatric departments.
    Pediatrics , 2005 Aug. : 342-4
  • Rivara FP, Stapleton FB
    Closing the quality chasm in health care: the role of critical reading.
    Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2005 Apr, : 394-5
  • Stapleton FB
    Asymptomatic microscopic hematuria: time to look the other way?
    Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2005 Apr, : 398-9
  • Stapleton FB, Pendergrass TW
    Improving departmental faculty meetings: an analysis of one department's approach.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2005 Feb. : 155-6
  • Gordon C, Stapleton FB
    Hematuria in adolescents.
    Adolescent medicine clinics , 2005 Feb. : 229-39
  • Felice ME, Dunston FJ, Jones MD, Chesney R, Stapleton FB, Fiser DH
    Pediatric workforce projections and unintended consequences.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2004 July : 1-2
  • Gillespie RS, Stapleton FB
    Nephrolithiasis in children.
    Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics , 2004 Apr, : 131-9
  • Stapleton FB
    Imaging studies for childhood urinary infections.
    The New England journal of medicine , 2003 Jan. 16 : 251-2
  • Klein EJ, Jackson JC, Kratz L, Marcuse EK, McPhillips HA, Shugerman RP, Watkins S, Stapleton FB
    Teaching professionalism to residents.
    Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges , 2003 Jan. : 26-34
  • Stapleton FB
    Childhood stones.
    Endocrinology and metabolism clinics of North America , 2002 Dec. : 1001-15, ix
  • Stapleton FB, Pendergrass TW
    WWAMI: a regional approach to pediatric education.
    The Journal of pediatrics , 2002 Mar. : 281-2
  • Cattini Perrone H, Bruder Stapleton F, Toporovski J, Schor N
    Hematuria due to hyperuricosuria in children: 36-month follow-up.
    Clinical nephrology , 1997 Nov. : 288-91

Presentations

Presentations Title Event Location Date
Ira Greifer, MD, Endowed Lecturer. "Improving Academics Through CPI" Albert Einstein School of Medicine New York May 30, 2012
Symposium Speaker. "Part-time Faculty: View from the Chair" Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting Boston, MA May 1, 2012
Presidential Plenary. "Mind the Diversity Gap" Pediatric Academic Societies Boston, MA April 29, 2012
Public Policy Forum. "Key Issues for Pediatric Academics" Pediatric Academic Societies Boston, MA April 28, 2012
"Improving Child Health: Lessons from Japan" Japanese Pediatric Society Fukuoka, Japan April 20, 2012
Symposium Speaker. "Ethical and Sustainable International Residency Experiences" Tokyo, Japan April 18, 2012
"Creating a culture of continuous performance improvement by using the Toyota Production System" Kenyatta Hospital, University of Nairobi Nairobi Kenya April 5, 2012
"Using CPI in Teaching and Research" Gertrudes Childrens Hospital Nairobi, Kenya April 4, 2012 - April 5, 2012
"Creating sustainable international education programs" Gertrudes Childrens Hospital Nairobi, Kenya April 4, 2012
"Uric Acid: Beauty or Beast" Pediatric Nephrology Seminar Miami, FL March 7, 2012
Practical Pediatrics Course: "Top Stories in Pediatrics" Seattle Childrens Hospital Seattle, Washington Feb. 4, 2012
Development program for GME program directors: "Relating to your Chair" University of Washington School of Medicine Seattle, Washington Oct. 28, 2011
Mentoring: What should a department provide? Annual University of Washington School of Medicine Retreat Blaine, WA May 6, 2011
Plenary speaker. Choosing to be a leader American Society of Pediatrics Leadership Course Denver, CO May 4, 2011
Founders Award Address: Se la luz: Be the light Pediatric Academic Society Meeting Denver, CO May 3, 2011
Noon resident conference, "Creating reliable work methods: but patients arent cars" Department of Pediatrics Mt Sinai School of Medicine New York, NY March 17, 2011
Pediatric Grand Rounds, Using production methods to improve academic processes Mt. Sinai School of Medicine New York NY March 17, 2011
Panel Discussant. "The Continuum of Pediatric Medical Education" AMSPDC Annual Meeting San Diego, CA March 5, 2011
New Chairs Meeting, "Am I succeeding? How will I know?" AMSPDC Annual Meeting San Diego, CA March 3, 2011
Grand Rounds Speaker: Robert Fisher Endowed Lecture Arkansas Childrens Hospital Little Rock, Arkansas Oct. 20, 2010
Panel Discussant: "Mentoring" Meeting of the Academic Pediatric Association and Association of Pediatric Program Directors Reston, VA Sept. 22, 2010
Symposium Speaker. Leadership in a Modern Academic Department Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting Vancouver BC May 2, 2010
Symposium Speaker. "The Art of Negotiation", Leadership Program Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting Vancouver BC May 1, 2010
Plenary Speaker. Current Hot Topics in Pediatrics North Pacific Pediatric Society March 18, 2010
Plenary Speaker. Premedical Student Diversity Symposium. A Changing Team in a Changing Playing Field University of Washington Seattle, Washington Jan. 30, 2010
Grand Rounds: Continuous Performance Improvement in Academic Pediatrics Levine Childrens Hospital Charlotte, NC Oct. 16, 2009
Grand Rounds: The Toyota System in Academic Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan July 16, 2009
Career Advancement in Pediatric Nephrology Annual Meeting at the Pediatric Academic Society Meeting Baltimore, MD May 5, 2009
Illuminating the path for promotion University of Washington Faculty Development Course Seattle, WA March 11, 2009
Assessment of the IOM resident work hours recommendations Annual meeting of AMSPDC Savannah, GA March 9, 2009
Speaker. Top 5 Stories in Pediatrics North Pacific Pediatric Society Suncadia Lodge, WA Aug. 22, 2008
"Getting Fit Use of "Lean" (Toyota) Production Methods to Enhance Academic Programs" Three-hour work shop and Pediatric Academic Society Meeting Honolulu, HI May 5, 2008
"Strategic planning: hospital-practice plan collaboration." Two-hour workshop. PAS meeting Honolulu, HI May 4, 2008
Plenary Speaker: Measuring Success in an Academic Department New Chairs Development Meeting. Association of Medical School Academic Department Chairs Santa Fe, NM March 6, 2008
Chair and Plenary Speaker: Bone disease in hypercalcuria 13th Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association Budapest, Hungary Sept. 2, 2007
White Coat Ceremony Address: "Somewhere over 39th and Rainbow" University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City, KS Aug. 3, 2007
Plenary Speaker. Response to Presidential Address: How Departments should nurture clinical investigators Pediatric Academic Societies meeting. Toronto, Canada May 4, 2007
Creating family friendly environments University of Washington Faculty Leadership Course Seattl, Washington March 29, 2007
Plenary Speaker, Top five stories in 2006 North Pacific Pediatric Society Annual Meeting. March 15, 2007
Factors leading to Chair Burnout AMSPDC Annual Meeting San Antonio, TX March 6, 2007
Panel Discussant: Effective Leadership for Academic General Pediatric Divisions APA Leadership Course Atlanta, GA March 1, 2007
Maintaining Competency Portland Pediatric Academy Portland, Oregon Nov. 2, 2006
Robert Neerhout Endowed Lecture Doernbecher Childrens Hospital, Oregon Health Science University Portland, Oregon Nov. 2, 2006
Grand Rounds Childrens Hospital of Buffalo Buffalo, New York Oct. 20, 2006
Meeting the future needs of children by changing the training of Pediatric Residents. Buffalo Pediatric Society Buffalo, New York Oct. 20, 2006
Richard Sarkin Endowed Lecture on Humanism: "Why Medical Students still choose Pediatrics" State University of New York at Buffalo Buffalo, New York Oct. 20, 2006
AMSPDC Speaker, A need for a new subspecialty organization in pediatrics AMSPDC Annual Meeting March 3, 2006
Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds Speaker, "Who and how many will be taking care of Americas Children?" Goryeb Childrens Hospital Morristown, NJ Feb. 15, 2006 - Feb. 16, 2006
"Diet and Kidney Stones: Good News/Bad News; Acute Urate Nephropathy" and "Genetics of Urolithiasis: The picture grows more confusing" VII Congress of the Association of Latin American Pediatric Nephrologists. San Jose, Costa Rica Nov. 5, 2005 - Nov. 8, 2005
Meet the Professor- Careers on Pediatric Nephrology Annual meeting of the Pediatric Academic Society Washington, DC May 15, 2005
New Chairs Development Program. Quantitative measures of a healthy pediatric department. Annual meeting of Association of Pediatric Department Chairs Kiawah Island March 9, 2005
Visiting Professor, many pediatricians are needed for the future? University of Florida in Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida Jan. 17, 2005 - Jan. 18, 2005
Program Moderator, Urinary Infections in Children, 13th Congress of International Pediatric Nephrology Association Adelaide, Australia Sept. 3, 2004
Panel Discussion. Definition of leadership. Conference on leadership, Maternal and Child Health Bureau Leadership Conference Seattle, Washington April 9, 2004
Plenary Speaker. The top ten pediatric articles of 2003. Annual meeting of the North Pacific Pediatric Society Seattle, Washington March 12, 2004
Seminar Co-Leader. Valuing teaching. Annual meeting of the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs Panama City, FL March 7, 2004
Plenary Speaker. The role of teaching in faculty promotion. The chairs view. Annual meeting of the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs Panama City, FL March 7, 2004
Visiting Professor, Seminar on Professionalism. Grand Rounds, The pediatric workforce and new training requirements Childrens Mercy Hospital Kansas City, MO Jan. 28, 2004 - Jan. 29, 2004
Workshop Leader. Career Development for New Faculty. "Clinician-Educator Track" University of Washington Seattle, Washington March 21, 2003
Plenary Speaker. Workshop on Mid-Career Faculty Development. "Lincoln on Leadership Leading to Avoid Uncivil Wars" University of Washington Seattle, Washington March 20, 2003
Plenary Speaker. Alternative Medicine and Pediatric Nephrology. Annual meeting of the Latin American Pediatric Nephrology Association Punte del Este, Uruguay Nov. 12, 2002
Workshop Participant, Rewarding Teaching The Chairs Perspective. Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies May 2002
Workshop Participant. Humanism in Pediatrics Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Academic Societies May 2002
Ken Alford Endowed Lecturer. The Pediatrician of the Future Buffalo Childrens Hospital April 12, 2002
Program Speaker: Recruiting and retaining talented faculty Annual meeting of the Association of Pediatric Department Chairs Marco Island, FL March 7, 2002
Workshop Participant, Careers in Pediatric Nephrology 12th Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association Sept. 3, 2001
Workshop Participant. Humanism in Medicine Annual Meeting of Council on Medical Student Education San Diego, CA March 9, 2001
Jack Houseman Endowed Lecture North Shore University Hospital Long Island, NY Dec. 12, 2000
Plenary Speaker, Evaluation of Renal Stones Asian Congress of Pediatric Nephrology Singapore Nov. 6, 2000
Plenary Speaker, Uses and Misuses of the Urinalysis American Academy of Pediatrics Annual meeting Chicago, IL Oct. 30, 2000
Workshop Presentation, Evaluation of Hematuria and Proteinuria American Academy of Pediatrics Annual meeting Chicago, IL Oct. 29, 2000
Visiting Professor Latin American Pediatric Nephrology meeting Valencia, Venezuela Nov. 7, 1999 - Nov. 12, 1999
Visiting Professor Case Western Reserve University and Rainbow Childrens Hospital Cleveland, Ohio March 23, 1999 - March 25, 1999
Workshop Presentation. Managed Care and the Academic Pediatric Department. Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs Tampa, Florida March 4, 1999
James Etteldorf Lecturer University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences Memphis, Tennessee March 20, 1998
Workshop Presentation, Effective Feedback and Evaluation, Annual meeting of the Association of Pediatric Department Chairmen Bal Harbour, Florida March 7, 1998
Visiting Professor Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska Dec. 12, 1997
Lecturer Mindiuao Pediatric Society Cagayen de Oro, Philippines Oct. 25, 1997
Lecturer Cebu Pediatric Society Cebu, Philippines Oct. 24, 1997
Visiting Professor Philippine Pediatric Nephrology Society Manila, Philippines Oct. 23, 1997 - Oct. 25, 1997
Grand Rounds, Regional Medical Education, the WAMI Experience State University of New York at Buffalo Buffalo, New York Sept. 12, 1997
Symposium Faculty, Family Medicine Symposium University of Washington School of Medicine Seattle, Washington Sept. 9, 1997
Visiting Professor Nemours Childrens Medical Center Wilmington, Delaware Sept. 2, 1997
Workshop Moderator and Participant, "Planning Academic Careers in Pediatric Nephrology." Annual Meeting of the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology Washington, DC May 2, 1997
Invited Speaker, "Incorporating Community Pediatricians into the Academic Department." Annual Meeting of the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairmen Phoenix, Arizona March 9, 1997
WAMI Visiting Professor Spokane, Washington Jan. 22, 1997
Speaker, Hypercalciuria in Children Portuguese Pediatric Nephrology Society Lisbon, Portugal Dec. 11, 1996 - Dec. 13, 1996
Symposium Speaker, Urolithiasis in Children National Kidney Foundation of New York/New Jersey Nov. 21, 1996
Symposium Speaker, Glomerulocystic Disease American Society of Nephrology Nov. 6, 1996
Symposium Speaker, Glomerulocystic Disease American Society of Nephrology New Orleans, Louisiana Nov. 6, 1996
Visiting Professor Anchorage, Alaska May 23, 1996 - May 24, 1996
Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds Speaker, Hypercalciuria and Urolithiasis Arkansas Childrens Hospital Little Rock, Arkansas April 9, 1996
Speaker, Distributing capitation fees within an academic department Annual Meeting of the Academic Society of Pediatric Departmental Chairmen Marco Island, Florida March 16, 1996
Invited Speaker, Clinical advances in Medicine Childrens Mercy Hospital Kansas City, Missouri Nov. 15, 1995 - Nov. 17, 1995
Symposium Speaker, "Urolithiasis in children and adults" American Society of Nephrology San Diego, California Nov. 6, 1995
Visiting Professor, Grand Rounds Speaker, "Integrating Community Pediatricians into an Academic Department". University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, Missouri Oct. 13, 1995
Visiting Professor Hospital for Sick Children Toronto, Canada June 8, 1995 - June 9, 1995
Guest Faculty 8th Congress of Brazilian Pediatric Nephrology Association. Recife, Brazil April 7, 1995 - April 11, 1995
Keynote Speaker Latin American Conference on Urolithiasis and Urinary Infection Recife, Brazil April 4, 1995 - April 7, 1995
Symposium Moderator and Speaker, "Hypercalciuria" Brazilian Nephrology Association Sao Paulo, Brazil April 3, 1995 - April 5, 1995
Visiting Lecturer, "Integration of Community Pediatricians into an Academic Department" Children's Hospital Medical Center Seattle, Washington March 4, 1995
Keynote Speaker Canadian Nephrology Association Toronto, Canada Sept. 17, 1994
Visiting Professor Medical College of Georgia Augusta, Georgia May 27, 1994 - May 29, 1994
Ronald McDonald Charities Visiting Professor Grant University of Kansas Wichita, Kansas Feb. 15, 1994 - Feb. 18, 1994
Grand Rounds: Graduate medical education in the reform of American health Visiting Professor, University of Tennessee, Memphis Center for Health Sciences Memphis, Tennessee Dec. 15, 1993 - Dec. 16, 1993
Urinary stones in children: looking under the rock Invited Lecturer, Symposium to honor the award of Genentech endowed chair to Robert Chevalier, M.D. University of Virginia Department of Pediatrics Sept. 21, 1993
Visiting Professor Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters Norfolk, Virginia June 9, 1993 - June 10, 1993
Guest Faculty Asian Symposium on Pediatric Nephrology Taipei, Taiwan April 9, 1993 - April 11, 1993
Visiting Professor Children's Hospital Seoul, Korea April 6, 1993 - April 7, 1993
Guest Faculty, Pediatric Urology Conference on Pediatric Urolithiasis and Endourology Harvard University Boston, Massachusetts April 1, 1993 - April 4, 1993
Guest Faculty American Academy of Pediatric Continuing Medical Education Program Maui, Hawaii March 3, 1993 - March 6, 1993
Symposium Moderator and participant, Urolithiasis in Children IX International Congress of Pediatric Nephrology Jerusalem, Israel Aug. 28, 1992
Visiting Professor J. Whitcomb Riley Children's Hospital Indianapolis, Indiana May 27, 1992
Bone density: should hypercalciuria be treated Annual meeting, American Society of Pediatric Nephrology Baltimore, Maryland May 3, 1992
Delivering pediatric care: Who's patient is it and how do we maximize the outcome? Symposium participant, Annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics New York, New York April 14, 1992
Visiting Professor Duke University Durham, North Carolina April 6, 1992 - April 7, 1992
Guest Faculty, Pediatric Update Scottish Rites Children's Hospital Atlanta, Georgia Nov. 22, 1991 - Nov. 23, 1991
Guest Faculty, Pediatric Nephrology for the Pediatrician New Mexico State Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics Meeting Cloudcroft, New Mexico Sept. 18, 1991 - Sept. 20, 1991
Guest Faculty, Update in Pediatric Nephrology Saratoga Springs, New York July 10, 1991 - July 11, 1991
Visiting Lecturer Guangzhou Children's Hospital Guangzhou, China July 3, 1991 - July 4, 1991
Visiting Lecturer Beijing Children's Hospital Beijing, China June 22, 1991 - June 27, 1991
Pediatric Grand Rounds North Shore University Hospital Manhasset, New York May 22, 1991
Pediatric Grand Rounds, "Hypercalciuria in Children: A Diagnostic Dilemma" State University of New York Health Science Center Syracuse, New York April 10, 1991
Pediatric Grand Rounds, "Hypercalciuria" New York University New York March 5, 1991
Pediatric Grand Rounds Presentation, "Hypercalciuria" Cornell University Medical Center New York City, New York Jan. 16, 1991
Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics Saratoga Hospital Saratoga, New York Oct. 5, 1990
Visiting Professor, Department of Pediatrics Albany Medical Center Albany, New York Oct. 4, 1990 - Oct. 5, 1990
Visiting Professor Los Angeles Children's Hospital Los Angeles, California May 2, 1990 - May 4, 1990
Guest Faculty, Pediatric Nephrology Seminar XVII University of Miami Miami, Florida Feb. 7, 1990
Grand Rounds Children's Hospital of Michigan Detroit, Michigan Nov. 10, 1989
Visiting Professor Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska Oct. 3, 1989 - Oct. 4, 1989
Guest Faculty, Post Graduate Course on Ambulatory Pediatrics Western Reserve School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Youngstown, Ohio Sept. 22, 1989
Hypercalciuria in Children Keynote Speaker, North American Bone and Mineral Society Montreal, Quebec, Canada Sept. 10, 1989
Hypercalciuria in Children Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Texas Houston, Texas April 25, 1989
Hypercalciuria in Children Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Kansas School of Medicine Kansas City, Kansas March 10, 1989
Hypercalciuria: Relationship to Clinical Disease Pediatric Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins Medical School Baltimore, Maryland Feb. 22, 1989
Tumor Lysis Syndrome Guest Lecturer, Chesapeake Bay Pediatric Nephrology Society Baltimore, Maryland Feb. 21, 1989
Guest Faculty, Pediatric Nephrology Seminar XVI Sponsored by the University of Miami, and the American Board of Pediatrics Miami, Florida Feb. 5, 1989 - Feb. 9, 1989
Idiopathic Hypercalciuria in Children Grand Rounds Presentation, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Jan. 11, 1989
Evaluation of Hematuria", "Evaluation and Diagnosis of a Child with a Renal Mass", "Diagnosis and Evaluation of Pediatric Hypertension" Guest Faculty, USUHS sponsored Continuing Medical Education Pediatrics Conference Heidelberg, Germany Dec. 5, 1988 - Dec. 6, 1988
Evaluation of the Child with Proteinuria and/or Hematuria Guest Lecturer, 19th Annual Pediatric Symposium sponsored by Vanderbilt University: Pediatric Postgraduate Course Nashville, Tennessee Nov. 11, 1988
Recent Advances in Pediatrics Program Faculty, Sponsored by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Cooperstown, New York Aug. 5, 1988 - Aug. 7, 1988
Hypercalciuria in Children with Hematuria Program Faculty, Japanese Society of Pediatric Nephrology Tokyo, Japan June 24, 1988 - June 26, 1988
Hypertension Featured Lecturer, Mid Hudson Pediatric Society Poughkeepsie, New York June 15, 1988
Recent Advances in Neonatal Medicine Program Faculty, Baptist Memorial Hospital Memphis, Tennessee May 26, 1988
"Hypercalciuria in Children" and "Polycystic Renal Disease in Children" Featured Speaker, Oklahoma Pediatric Society Annual Meeting Claremore, Oklahoma April 25, 1988 - April 26, 1988
Polycystic Kidney Disease - Recessive and Dominant Types: Differences and Similarities Representative, Polycystic Kidney Research Foundation Inaugural Chapter Meeting Ft. Lauderdale, Florida April 10, 1988
Hypercalciuria in Children with Hematuria: What Does It Mean? Program Faculty, Pediatric Nephrology Seminar XV, University of Miami School of Medicine, (Miami Beach) Bal Harbour, Florida Feb. 21, 1988 - Feb. 24, 1988
Polycystic Kidney Disease Presenting in Infants: Diagnosis and Natural History Program Faculty, 7th Asian Colloquium in Nephrology Taipei, Taiwan Nov. 26, 1987
Urolithiasis in Children Symposium Speaker: American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting New Orleans, Louisiana Nov. 3, 1987
Hematuria in Children Visiting Professor: Wesley Medical Center Wichita, Kansas Sept. 25, 1987
Hypercalciuria in Children with Hematuria: What Does It Mean? Mitchell Rubin Nephrology Lectureship: Buffalo Children's Hospital Buffalo, New York Sept. 18, 1987
"Hematuria - New Perspectives" and "Cystic Kidneys in Children: Diagnosis and Outcome" Sweeney Memorial Lecturer in Nephrology, Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas San Antonio, Texas June 19, 1987
"Hematuria - New Perspectives" and "Hypertension" Visiting Professor: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Bethesda, Maryland May 27, 1987 - May 29, 1987
"Hematuria in Children," "Cystic Kidneys in the First Year of Life," "Hypertension in Children: Diagnosis and Management" Guest Faculty, 31st Annual Pediatric Conference of the Raymond Blank Hospital for Children Des Moines, Iowa May 22, 1987
Hypercalciuria and Hematuria Guest Faculty, University of Virginia, Birdsong Pediatric Symposium Charlottesville, Virginia April 25, 1987
Hematuria Visiting Lecturer: St. Vincent's Medical Center, Grand Rounds Indianapolis, Indiana March 19, 1987
Hypertension in Infancy Visiting Professor: St. Francis Hospital Monroe, Louisiana March 3, 1987
Urolithiasis in Children Symposium Speaker, 7th International Congress of Pediatric Nephrology Tokyo, Japan Sept. 8, 1986
Acute Renal Failure in the Neonatal Period Plenary Speaker, American Society of Pediatric Nephrology Annual Meeting Washington, D.C. May 1986
"Hypercalciuria: Implications for Hematuria in Children" and "Polycystic Kidney Disease Presenting in Childhood" Visiting Professor: Department of Pediatrics, University of Oklahoma Center for the Health Sciences Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Feb. 25, 1986 - Feb. 26, 1986
Pediatric Nephrology: Recent Advances Symposia Faculty, University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita, Kansas June 28, 1985 - June 29, 1985
Hematuria Plenary Speaker and Seminar Presentation (3 hour), American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting Atlanta, Georgia April 1985
Hypercalciuria - A New Cause of Hematuria Visiting Professor: Emory University School of Medicine, presented Grand Rounds at the Henrietta Eggleston Children's Hospital Atlanta, Georgia Nov. 14, 1984
Hematuria and Hypercalciuria Symposium Speaker, American Academy of Pediatrics, Section of Pediatric Nephrology, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois Sept. 17, 1984
"Cystic Kidneys in Children" and "Urolithiasis in Children" Visiting Professor, University of Iowa Iowa City, Iowa Jan. 5, 1984 - Jan. 7, 1984
Calcium and Phosphorus Metabolism in Infants American Society for Parental Nutrition National Meeting Las Vegas, Nevada Jan. 1984
Visiting Lecturer in Pediatric Nephrology University of Kansas College of Medicine Wichita, Kansas Dec. 12, 1983 - Dec. 14, 1983
Hypercalciuria in Children Wyland Ledbetter Memorial Symposium on Urolithiasis University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesot Aug. 1983
Peritoneal Dialysis in Children ESRD Network 10 and University of Arkansas School of Medicine Annual Meeting Hot Springs, Arkansas March 1983
"Hematuria" and "Urinary Tract Infections" American Academy of Pediatrics Downstate Illinois Chapter Annual Meeting Champaign, Illinois Sept. 1982
Sodium Intake and Hypertension in Children University of Illinois Symposium on Nutrition in Medicine Champaign, Illinois Sept. 1982
Panel on Renal Transport of Organic Acids First International Workshop on Developmental Nephrology Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York Oct. 1, 1980 - Oct. 4, 1980

Research Funding

Grant Title Grantor Amount Award Date
Cancer Center Support FHCRC-NIH $299,556 Jan. 1, 2009 - Dec. 31, 2014
Cell and Molecular Biology of Development National Institutes of Health $2,000,000 Nov. 30, 2007 - Nov. 30, 2012
Cancer Center Support FHCRC-NIH $299,556 Jan. 1, 2003 - Dec. 31, 2008
Cell and Molecular Biology of Development National Institutes of Health $2,000,000 Nov. 30, 2002 - Nov. 30, 2007
International Pediatric Nephrology Conference National Insitutes of Health $23,000 Jan. 1, 2001 - Dec. 31, 2001
Cell and Molecular Biology of Development National Institutes of Health $232,163 Dec. 1, 1997 - Nov. 30, 2002
Cell and Molecular Biology of Development National Institutes of Health $177,471 Jan. 15, 1996 - Aug. 31, 1997
New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute: Women's and Children's Initiative SUNYAB Departments of OB/GYN and Pediatrics in collaboration with the Erie County Medical Center. $195,000 July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996
Immunization Education Grant New York State Department of Health $150,000 1995 - 1996
Short-Term Training of Minority Medical Students National Institutes of Health $271,365 Sept. 30, 1992 - Sept. 29, 1997
Community Academic Practice Site Development Program Indirect Medical Education Demonstration Project Grants $315,100 Sept. 1, 1992 - Aug. 31, 1994
Primary Care Resident Recruitment Program Indirect Medical Education Demonstration Project Grants $389,057 Sept. 1, 1992 - Aug. 31, 1994
Comprehensive Minority Recruitment Project Indirect Medical Education Demonstration Project Grants $259,400 Sept. 1, 1992 - Aug. 31, 1994
Calcium Control of PTH Secretion General Clinical Research Center-Clinical Associate Physician $176,376 April 1, 1988 - March 31, 1991
Potassium Citrate Therapy in Children with Hypercalciuria and/or Hypocitraturia LeBonheur Children's Medical Center Research Fund $6258 1988
Competitive Renewal General Clinical Research Center $11,108,911 1988 - 1993
North American Pediatric Renal Transplant Cooperative Study 1987
Risk of Renal Calcifications in Children with Hypercalciuria LeBonheur Children's Medical Center Research Fund $5000 1987
Diagnostic Studies on the Pathogenesis of Hematuria in Children with Hypercalciuria LeBonheur Children's Medical Center Research Fund $4900 1986
Diet Protein, Growth, GFR in Infants with Renal Failure National Institutes of Health $2,121,931 Dec. 1, 1985 - Nov. 30, 1990
Cardiovascular Reactivity in Children of Adults with Essential Hypertension National Institutes of Health $574,937 Sept. 29, 1985 - Sept. 29, 1989
Efficacy of Live Attenuated VZ Vaccine in Children with Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome Merck Sharp and Dohme $3000/year Sept. 1985
Clinical Reseach Tennessee Higher Education Council, Centers for Excellence Application, Center for Pediatric Therapeutics and Pharmacokinetics $1,674,000 July 1, 1985 - June 30, 1991
Oxypurine Excretion in Critically Ill Children LeBonheur Children's Medical Center Research Fund $3000 1985
Renewal Grant General Clinical Research Center $4,500,000 1985 - 1989
Prognostic Significance of Serum and Urinary Uric Acid Concentration in Children Admitted to an Intensive Care Unit LeBonheur Children's Medical Center Research Fund $2500 1984
Collaborative Studies of Pediatric Renal Diseases. National Institutes of Health $606,843 Sept. 30, 1983 - Aug. 31, 1988
Growth Failure in Children with Renal Diseases National Institutes of Health $3,028,634 April 1, 1983 - March 30, 1987
Hypercalciuria in Children General Clinical Research Center Clinical Associate Physician $125,069 July 1, 1982 - June 30, 1985
Uric Acid Excretion in Human and Canine Neonates University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences, New Faculty Grant $38,676. Jan. 1, 1980 - Dec. 31, 1981
Urinary Excretion of Calcium and Uric Acid in Healthy Children - Response to Calcium Loading LeBonheur Children's Medical Center, Pediatric Urology and Nephrology Research Fund $1000