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John Foker, MD, Scientific Director, EAT Program
Russell W. Jennings, MD, Director, EAT Program
Michael Manfredi, MD, Co-director, EAT Program
Thomas E. Hamilton, MD
C. Jason Smithers, MD
David Clendenin, MD
Peter Ngo, MD
Roger Nuss, MD
Lawrence Rhein, MD
Melissa Putman, MD
The EAT Program is a multidisciplinary team featuring specialists with expertise in many fields of medicine. Specialists involved in the EAT Program include those from:
critical care medicine
neonatal intensive care
Evaluation and care at the EAT Program also is supported by teams within the:
Advanced Fetal Care Center
Center for Advanced Intestinal Rehabilitation
Center for Healthy Infant Lung Development
Down Syndrome Program
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”