Cincinnati Children’s is hosting a free live webinar concerning Pediatric Surgery Updates on November 11, 2020, from 7:00-8:00am (EST).
This webinar will feature short 10 minute or less topical updates from Pediatric Surgery faculty with opportunity for Q&A following each presentation. Learn more about Cincinnati Children's Community Practice Support Tools at: https://gcmd.co/cpst
For this live event, there is CME education credit available. To receive continuing education you must have a CME profile. Create one at: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/professional/continuing-education
Dr. Brown is the Associate Director of Trauma Services at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and is Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery and Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She is Director and Co-Founder of the Buckle Up for Life program, a community-based motor vehicle injury prevention program addressing disparities in the Hispanic and African-American communities which is funded through a grant from Toyota. Her research interests lie in trauma and injury prevention.
Dr. Kotagal joined Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in 2016 as a pediatric surgery fellow and completed that training in 2018. In November 2018, she joined CCHMC as a full-time faculty member. Her interests include pediatric colorectal surgery, pediatric surgical oncology, and pediatric trauma. Dr. Kotagal has a long-standing interest and experience in global surgery and joins Cincinnati Children’s as the director of the Pediatric Surgery Global Health Program.
Surgical Director, Upper Airway Center
Professor, UC Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery
Dr. Mukkada specializes in care and research related to pediatric gastroenterology, specifically, eosinophilic gastrointestinal (GI) disease and pediatric feeding disorders. His research is primarily influenced by the health issues seen every day in these patients. Dr. Mukkada is the medical director of Cincinnati Children’s inpatient gastroenterology floor. In 2010, he was awarded a national Junior Faculty research award from the NASPGHAN. Dr. Mukkada also achieved the highest patient satisfaction score in Q1 of 2019 from the Pediatrics Dept. at CCHMC
Dr. Bhargava Mullapudi is an assistant Professor, UC Department of Surgery within the surgical division of General and Thoracic, General and Thoracic Surgery. His clinical research interests are pediatric transplant outcomes and his varied clinical interests include Pediatric liver, kidney, intestinal & multi-visceral transplantation; mid-aortic syndrome; renal auto transplantation; reno-vascular hypertension; hepatobiliary surgery; pediatric general and thoracic surgery; minimally invasive approach to lung malformations; tracheo-esophageal fistulas; duodenal atresia; choledochal cysts; other complex problems. In addition to English he speaks Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
Dr. Rosen has been named the Associate Director of the Colorectal Center. He obtained his medical degree at Temple University in 1994 and went on to complete his general surgery and chief residency at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center in 2000 where he focused his training on Pediatric Colorectal and Urogenital reconstructive surgery. Dr. Rosen completed a fellowship in Pediatric Colorectal Surgery at the Schneider Children’s Hospital in 2001 and then his Pediatric Surgery Fellowship at the Sainte-Justine Children’s Hospital of the University of Montreal, in Canada. Dr. Rosen served as the only fellowship-trained pediatric colorectal surgeon in the NY metropolitan area from 2005-2018. His areas of focus include cloacal malformations, anorectal malformations, fecal incontinence, constipation and intestinal dysmotility, Hirschsprung’s disease and pilonidal disease. Dr. Rosen serves as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve and currently commands the 8th Medical Brigade based in Staten Island, NY.
Richard and Geralyn Azizkhan Chair in Pediatric Surgery, Surgical Director, Liver Transplantation, Associate Director, Pediatric Surgery Fellowship, Associate Professor, UC Department of Surgery, UC Department of Pediatrics
Steve is a native of Whitesburg, KY, & graduate of the University of Kentucky, the University of Louisville School of Medicine (2008) and pediatric residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (2011). After Steve’s chief residency year at Children’s he worked in the primary care continuity clinic at CCHMC and continued to pursue his interests in global health and resident education. He has a Master's Degree in Medical Education from the University of Cincinnati. He is also interested in preventive medicine, care of newborns, and quality improvement.
For this live event, there is CME education credit available. To receive continuing education credit and/or certificate of attendance, a participant must follow the texting directions provided during the event, and you must have a CME profile. If you do not, create one at: