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Mary Ellen Vajravelu, MD, MSHP

Mary Ellen Vajravelu

Mary Ellen Vajravelu, MD, MSHP, is a pediatric endocrinologist in the Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She treats all pediatric endocrine conditions, but she has special expertise in prediabetes and type 2 diabetes in children and adolescents.


Jason P. Van Batavia, MD

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Dr. Van Batavia's long-term goal is to become a leader in neuro-urology and lower urinary tract dysfunction, with particular emphasis on deciphering the pathophysiology of lower urinary tract dysfunction and translating developments in the basic science arena into clinical improvements for patients.


Johannes C.M. van der Loo, PhD

Johannes C.M. van der Loo

Dr. van der Loo is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and Director of the Clinical Vector Core at CHOP, focusing on manufacturing of GMP and GMP process-comparable AAV and Lentiviral vectors for preclinical and gene therapy early phase clinical studies.


Adeline L. Vanderver, MD

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Using translational approaches that encompass genomic studies, biomarker development, disease modeling, natural history studies, and clinical trials, Dr. Vanderver seeks to improve the quality of life and lifespan of individuals living with leukodystrophies or heritable disorder of myelin. She leads the Leukodystrophy Center of Excellence at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.


Lan Chi "Krysti" Le Vo, MD

Lan Chi "Krysti" Le Vo

Dr. Vo’s research mission is to develop evidence-based digital health interventions to improve outcomes. Her immediate focus is to develop digital health products for suicide risk screening of children and adolescents in primary care, and to connect those at risk to mental healthcare.


Maria G. Vogiatzi, MD

Maria G. Vogiatzi

Dr. Vogiatzi's research goals are to improve the health of children with gonadal disorders and understand the role of glucocorticoids, androgens, and sex steroids in health and disease.