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Today, Jefferson Health in Philadelphia and National Jewish Health, the nation’s leading respiratory hospital, based in Denver, Colorado, announced an agreement to create the Jane and Leonard Korman Respiratory Institute in Philadelphia.
Catherine Wittman, MD, has joined the pulmonary faculty at National Jewish Health in the Section of Critical Care Medicine and Department of Medicine. She comes to National Jewish Health from Kaiser Permanente where she spent the past four years.
More than 350 people took their brackets to cheer on the remaining men’s college basketball teams at HOOPS & Hoopla, a watch party benefiting Morgridge Academy for chronically ill children.
Despite an absence of clinical illness, respiratory virus infection can cause significant changes in the biology of their airways, according to researchers at National Jewish Health. Many of those changes may contribute to asthma exacerbations in susceptible children.