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Shivani Shinde, MD, MPH, has joined the pulmonary faculty at National Jewish Health in the Division of Oncology. She comes to National Jewish Health from Mayo Clinic, where she completed her medical oncology and hematology fellowship.
National Jewish Health will present Carrie and John Morgridge with the Arthur B. Lorber Award for Distinguished Service.
The dry, cracked and itchy skin of atopic dermatitis patients is often colonized with Staphylococcus bacteria. Researchers at National Jewish Health and their colleagues in the Atopic Dermatitis Research Network report that Staphylococcus colonization of atopic dermatitis patients’ skin is associated with a weaker response to flu vaccination given into the skin rather than into the muscle.
The 20th Anniversary Beaux Arts Ball, one of the most anticipated gala events in Denver, takes place on February 25 at Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. This year’s event will recognize the 2017 Grand Marshals as well as the many honorees before them who have made a difference in the Denver community.