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Gary W. Nace Jr., MD, FACS, FAAP
Dr. Nace is an attending pediatric surgeon at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition to advancing pediatric trauma care, his academic and research interests are focused on education and improving quality within surgical care.
Guilherme Nader, PhD
Dr. Nader is an assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at CHOP. His research topics are focused on the nuclear mechano-sensing of cells that grow and move within dense microenvironments such as tumor microenvironment, interstitial space, or densely packed tissue.
Vinay M. Nadkarni, MD
Dr. Nadkarni is an international leader in the development and implementation of critical care and resuscitation science in both resource-rich and resource-poor environments.
Hyun-Duck Nah-Cederquist, DMD, MSD, PhD
Dr. Nah-Cederquist investigates solutions to clinical problems in pediatric plastic surgery. Her lab is built around the strengths of CHOP's clinical practices and basic science research. This offers the unique opportunity to directly test hypotheses born from clinical problems in the laboratory, and to take new technologies and concepts developed in the laboratory to patient care.
Alaa Narch is a research technician in the Wolpaw Lab investigating the activation and immuno-therapeutic potential of the cGAS-STING inflammation pathway.
Itzhak Nissim, PhD
Dr. Nissim is a biochemist and a pioneer in the application of stable isotopes, mass spectrometry, and nuclear magnetic resonance to study metabolome and fluxome and their coupling to genome in normal and disease states. His long-standing interest focuses on understanding the cause, mechanisms, and outcome of metabolic disorders.
Wanjiku F.M. Njoroge, MD
Dr. Njoroge’s research focuses on prevention, promotion, and early intervention, highlighting the intersection of culture/race/ethnicity on infant and parent psychosocial domains.
Aikaterini Ntoulia, MD, PhD
Dr. Ntoulia is a visiting clinical researcher who is involved in several projects that focus on the use of ultrasound contrast agents in children for various indications.
Russell Nye, PhD, MS
Dr. Nye supports Dr. Feudtner and his team’s research mission to enhance the well-being of children who are receiving palliative care, as well as the well-being of their families by assisting in the management, analysis, and visualization of data.