Faculty & Staff

Reed Dimmitt, M.D., DVM, MSPH 
Associate Professor
Division Director
Medical School: St. Louis University
Internship: Lucille Salter Packard Children's
   Hospital
Residencies: Lucille Salter Packard
   Children's Hospital
Fellowships: Stanford University Hospital
Certifications:
   American Board of Pediatrics-General
   Pediatrics, 2001
   American Board of Pediatrics-Neonatal/
   Perinatal Medicine, 2003

Interest: Role of gut bacteria in NEC and IBD

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Meredith Hitch, M.D.
Assistant Professor

Medical School: St. George’s University
   School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies
Internship: University of Louisville
Residency: University of Louisville
Fellowship: Washington University

Clinical Interests:  Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and General Pediatric GI; Active in Camp Oasis through the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America.

Research Interests:  Translational IBD research with regard to the intestinal epithelium and the ENS

 

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Traci Jester, MD
Assistant Professor
Co- Director, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic

Medical School: UAB School of Medicine
Internship: UAB Department of Pediatrics
Residency: UAB Department of Pediatrics
Fellowship: UAB Department of Pediatrics
 - Dixon Fellow
Board Certified in Pediatrics in 2009

Interest: Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Celiac Disease, and Nutrition

 


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Jeanine Maclin, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Division Fellowship Program Director
Co- Director, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic
Medical School: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
Internship: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
Residencies: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
Fellowships: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
Certifications: American Board of Pediatrics

Interest: Clinical GI Care, Obesity

 
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Janaina Nogueira, M.D. 
Assistant Professor
Medical School: University of Pernambuco -
   Brazil
Internship: University of South Alabama
Residencies: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
 Fellowships: University of Alabama at
   Birmingham
Certifications:
  American Board of Pediatrics - 2008
Disease treated/ clinical interest:
   Liver disorders and liver transplantation

Interest:  Pediatric liver disorders and liver transplant 

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Shyam Varadarajulu, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics

Medical School: Madras Medical College
Internship: St. Mary's Hospital
Residencies: St. Mary's Hospital
Fellowships: Medical University of South
   Carolina 
   University of Connecticut Health Center
Certifications:
   American Board of Gastroenterology, 2001
   American Board of Internal Medicine, 1998

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