Boston Children's Hospital
Lynda C. Schneider, MD, is the PI for the ADRN studies at Boston Children's Hospital. She is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Allergy Program and of the Division of Immunology Clinical Research Program at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH). She is a board-certified allergist with more than 25 years experience of caring for patients with complex allergic and immunologic diseases. Her desire to improve their care and better understand their diseases has led to new clinical programs and research. She has participated in a number of studies of new therapies for atopic dermatitis and was a member of the Atopic Dermatitis Vaccinia Network.
Dr. Schneider established and currently directs the BCH Atopic Dermatitis Center, which offers a multi-disciplinary approach to atopic dermatitis. She has lectured nationally on the management of atopic dermatitis and chaired or served on more than a dozen committees in a leadership role for her profession. Her current research focuses on improving the care of patients with atopic dermatitis and developing treatments for food allergy.
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