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The Department of Pediatrics

Pediatric Infectious Diseases

OUR MISSION:

Infectious diseases are the most common and most important of all pediatric problems throughout the world. Here at the division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, we are committed to improving the health of today's and tomorrow's children by working to better diagnose, more effectively treat, and prevent infectious diseases. 

WHAT WE DO:

We offer consultations, inpatient and outpatient diagnosis, and treatment for acute and chronic infectious diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases, perinatal infections, and HIV infections. Please see our Care-4-Families page for information on our comprehensive HIV/AIDS program.  In addition to our clinical work, our world-renown faculty are also conducting research in a variety of research areas, including antiviral agents, antiviral resistance, viral and bacterial vaccines.  We also offer a Fellowship Training Program, which is a three-year program aimed at training academic pediatricians in the sub-discipline of infectious diseases.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Telephone Number
(310) 825-5235 Information
(310) 825-0867 Appointments

Fax Number
(310) 206-4764 Division fax, send medical records here
(310) 206-5146 Appointment center fax, send insurance information here

Website
Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program
PROGRAM
PHYSICIANS & SPECIALISTS
Chief Specialty
Bryson, Yvonne MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Physician
Cherry, James MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Deville, Jaime MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Krogstad, Paul MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Nielsen, Karin MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Ramirez, Lynn MD Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Yeganeh, Nava MD, MPH Pediatric Infectious Diseases
RELATED LINKS
Specialties
Pediatrics
Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Body System Location
Immune System

Age/Sex Gender
Child/Teen Health

Disorders and Conditions
Infections