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40th Anniversary Neonatology Conference Draws a Global Audience of Pediatric Professionals

Pediatricians who care for newborn infants from all over the world gathered in November at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach for the 40th Anniversary Miami Neonatology Conference, sponsored by the Miller School of Medicine and presented by the Department of Pediatrics’ Division of Neonatology. Four keynote speakers addressed the historical perspectives of neonatology over the past 40 years.

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Shayna Jefferson.

Teens Get Compassionate Care from Winner of HIV Counselor of the Year Award

Shayna Jefferson, project coordinator in the Division of Adolescent Medicine in the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, received the HIV Counselor and Tester of the Year Award from the Test Miami initiative of the Florida and Miami-Dade County health departments. Jefferson was singled out from more than 300 counselors and testers in Miami-Dade.

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Michael Freundlich, M.D.

Researchers Uncover Mechanism for Vitamin D-Mediated Cardio-Protection in Kidney Insufficiency

Miller School of Medicine researchers have found that abnormal vitamin D status and elevated levels of the hormone FGF23 contribute to cardiac hypertrophy — a thickening of the heart muscle that may result in a decrease in size of the chamber of the heart and affect cardiac performance — in patients with chronic kidney disease.

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