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A Dose of Reason—Pediatric specialists advocate for vaccines
Spring 2014

In 2011, Washington’s vaccination rate was dangerously low. According to the CDC, 6.2 percent of children in kindergarten had not been fully immunized.


Categories: Health sciences
Tags: Pediatrics, Pediatric nursing, HPV, Vaccines, Vaccination


An inquiring mind
Spring 2014

Ken Alexander ’82 is chief of pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Chicago’s Comer Children’s Hospital.


Categories: Alumni, Health sciences
Tags: Pediatrics, Doctors


Pediatrician, music educator, engineer, wood researcher honored
Summer 2004


Categories: Alumni, Awards and honors
Tags: Wood, Pediatrics, Music, Civil engineering


Philip & Neva Abelson: Pioneers on the knowledge frontier
Spring 2003
Philip Abelson '33 developed the process, adopted by the Manhattan Project, for separating U-235 from U-238. He went on to make significant contributions to biochemistry, chemistry, engineering physics, and other fields. Neva Abelson '34 developed the test for the Rh factor in newborns. What was once Science Hall now carries their name.
Categories: Physics, Alumni
Tags: Nuclear physics, Pediatrics