Dr. Rubin is an emerging leader in developing health system and public program innovation to meet the needs of high-risk populations of children. He is an active pediatric/primary care clinician, educator, and mentor for fellows and junior faculty interested in children’s health policy and public health.
Dr. Virudachalam's research focuses on understanding and improving home food preparation practices in families with young children. More broadly, she is interested in understanding how best to promote positive health behaviors, both in community and home-based settings.
Dr. Walter works at the intersection of clinical practice and bioethics with an emphasis on the physician-patient relationship and family-centered care. Her current research focuses on facilitating and improving communication between the health care team and families of children with chronic and terminal illness.
Dr. Wood's current research focuses on improving occult injury screening practices for children suspected of being victims of physical abuse, along with understanding the use and utility of such practices in the evaluation of abusive injuries.
Dr. Yun’s primary interest is refugee and immigrant health, specifically the well-being of children in immigrant families in the United States. Her current projects explore access to preventive health services for refugees and other immigrants in Pennsylvania.