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PATH Fellowship Faculty

Faculty members include national leaders in child health research, health equity research, healthcare disparities research, health policy, biostatistics, implementation science, and social determinants of health research 

Faculty have appointments and conduct collaborative work across multiple departments and programs, and thus bring critical interdisciplinary teaching and mentoring experience to the proposed program. Key faculty and mentors for the program are listed below. 

Scot T. Bateman, MD - Pediatrics-Critical Care

Scot Bateman, MD
Professor of Pediatrics  

Research Interest: Pediatric critical care

Funding Sources: NIH

Diane R. Blake, MD - Pediatrics - General Pediatrics

Diane Blake, MD
Professor of Pediatrics  

Research Interest: Adolescent medicine

Funding Sources: NIH  

Sarabeth Broder-Fingert, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics  

Research Interest: Implementation science; Health disparities research; Autism research; Structural racism

Funding Sources: NIH  

Arvin Garg, MD, MPH
Professor of Pediatrics; Fellowship Director  

Research Interest: Social determinants of health; Child poverty; Health disparities; Anti-racism

Funding Sources: NIH

Benjamin U. Nwosu, Sr, MD - Pediatric Endocrinology

Benjamin Nwosu, MD
Professor of Pediatrics  

Research Interest: Pediatric obesity; Diabetes mellitus; Diversity and representation; Cluster RCT methodology

Funding Sources: NIH 

Elizabeth Peacock-Chambers, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics  

Research Interest: Social determinants of health; Child development and social/early intervention services; Parenting and substance use disorders

Funding Sources: NIH 

Lawrence M. Rhein, MD, MPH - Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Pediatric Pulmonology

Lawrence Rhein, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Pediatrics   

Research Interest: Neonatology; Social determinants of health; Clinical innovation; Prematurity

Funding Sources: PCORI

Michelle K. Trivedi, MD - Pediatric Pulmonology

Michelle Trivedi, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics   

Research Interest: Pulmonology; Asthma; Child health disparities; Effectiveness-implementation hybrid trials; School and community-based clinical trials 

Funding Sources: NIH