ACTSI Investigator Dr. Barbara Stoll in the News

Barbara Stoll, MD, ACTSI investigator, the George W. Brumley, Jr. Professor and chair of the Department of Pediatrics in Emory University School of Medicine, President of Emory-Children's Center and Senior Vice President and Chief Academic Officer at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

US News and World Report | Infection Control Today | Toronto Sun | Red Orbit | Science Daily | Webwire | One in 1,000 newborns develops blood poisoning: Study
April 25, 2011

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Who's Who in Healthcare
January 20, 2012

NICHD Neonatal Network: 25 Years of Continuous Funding in Department of Pediatrics

Dr. Barbara Stoll has served as the site PI for the Neonatal Research Network (NRN) since Emory joined it in 1991. The grant was recently awarded another five year cycle, which will make 25 years of continuous NIH funding to work in this network - possibly the longest continuously funded NIH project in Emory's Department of Pediatrics. Among other studies, the network also supports a registry of very low birth weight (<1500g) infants, for which Dr. Stoll has served as Subcommittee Chair for the last five years.

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