Research Webinar Series: Respiratory viruses & airway microbiome in bronchiolitis: Relation to acute severity and wheezing

Mar
3
2021
March 3, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Webinar (Please email tecpad@chla.usc.edu if you wish to register)

Presented by

Jonathan Mansbach, MD, MPH
Chief, Children’s Hospital Inpatient Service
Associate Chief, Division of General Pediatrics
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Summary

The 3 learning objectives for the talk are:

  1. Explain the heterogeneity of bronchiolitis
  2. Discuss the viral and bacterial factors related to acute severity and post-bronchiolitis wheezing
  3. Recognize that acute respiratory infection pathobiology involves interaction among virus, microbiome, and host

About the Speaker

Jonathan Mansbach MD, MPH graduated from Haverford College, Duke Medical School, and has been at Boston Children’s since internship. He is now the Chief of the Children’s Hospital Inpatient Service (CHIPS) and Associate Chief of General Pediatrics. He conducts NIH funded translational research examining bronchiolitis, respiratory viruses, the airway microbiome, viral-bacterial interactions, and the transition from bronchiolitis to asthma. He has extended this interest to the pathobiology of acute respiratory infections in children with a tracheostomy and home ventilation. He is married with two children and a golden retriever puppy. He enjoys playing competitive soccer, skiing, and traveling.

Hosted by

Christopher Russell, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Developmental Neuroscience and Neurogenetics Program, The Saban Research Institute
Division of Research on Children, Youth, and Families, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Department of Pediatrics, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Director, Infant Neuromotor Control Laboratory

Additional Information

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Registration is required, email tecpad@chla.usc.edu to receive link.

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