One Hundred Years of Pediatrics at Yale

Yale Pediatrics is led by Clifford Bogue, MD, Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor of Pediatrics; chair, Pediatrics; and Chief Medical Officer, Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital.

At Yale Pediatrics, our comprehensive program combines educating the next generation of leaders in medicine and science with delivering the best clinical care and forging groundbreaking research. Academic and medical excellence is enriched with robust initiatives in policy and advocacy, diversity and inclusion, social justice and improving the health and well-being of children and adolescents. This year, I invite you to celebrate the first 100 years with us as we look forward to the next 100.

We have a lot to look back on and be proud of. From advances in early childhood care and preterm infant care, to research and care for children with diabetes, to performance and regionalization, to caring for children with congenital heart disease and taking their course, to early surgical techniques – Yale Pediatrics has always been a pioneer in life-changing research and care.

Join us this year as we celebrate our historic innovations and achievements and continue our journey as a global leader in improving the health of children and adolescents by transforming and integrating pediatric education, research and clinical care.

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