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From left, Edward Abraham, M.D., Alan Zhou, M.D., Wendy Liu, M.D. ’14, Xue Zhong Liu, M.D., seated, Henri R. Ford, M.D., MHA, Li Lin Du, Fred F. Telischi, M.D., MEE.

Dr. Xue Zhong Liu Honored with Marian and Walter Hotchkiss Chair in Otolaryngology

In honor of his landmark research identifying the genes that cause deafness and its translation to patient care, Xue Zhong Liu, M.D., Ph.D., was recently honored with the Marian and Walter Hotchkiss Chair in Otolaryngology. Dr. Liu — an internationally renowned researcher, author, educator, and otolaryngologist — received the chair August 30 during a ceremony at the Lois Pope LIFE Center.

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Jeffrey Brosco, M.D., Ph.D., with FCAAP President Madeline Joseph, M.D.

Dr. Jeffrey Brosco Receives Award for Service to Florida’s Children

The Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics awarded Jeffrey P. Brosco, M.D. Ph.D., professor of clinical pediatrics and associate director of the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, with the 2018 Audrey Lincourt Schiebler, FAAP, and Gerold Schiebler, M.D., FAAP 2018 Advocacy Award.

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Close to 50 cozy, hand-knit blankets, booties, hats, and mittens were donated to HIV-infected mothers and their babies.

Hand-Stitched Support for Babies Born to HIV-infected Mothers

Thanks to a generous donation, babies born to HIV-infected mothers will now be wrapped in an extra layer of warmth and comfort. The babies and their parents received close to 50 cozy, hand-knit blankets, booties, hats, and mittens recently from the members of the Supreme Council of America Inc. Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Masons and Supreme Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star.

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