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At a Glance
Feinberg offers a premier medical education and top-notch research programs in large part because of the expertise, experience, and dedication of its faculty. Numbering about 4,000, the medical school's faculty roster includes some of the best minds and hearts in medicine and biomedical research. Many have gained national and international prominence.
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Reproductive Endo and Infertility)
Helen Kim, MD is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. After completing a clinical fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility (REI) at Brigham & Women's Hospital, Dr. Kim pursued research training as a scholar in the Reproductive Scientist Development Program. In 2000, Dr. Kim joined the faculty at University of Chicago, where she served on their Institutional Review Board (IRB), conducted NIH-funded research, and taught reproductive endocrinology in the medical school and college. Prior to joining the Northwestern...
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
Faculty Member, Center for Synthetic Biology
We develop high-throughput methods for protein biophysics and protein design, with a focus on protein therapeutics. Key questions include: How do protein sequence and structure determine folding stability, conformational dynamics, and resistance to aggregation/degradation-inducing stresses? Can we quantitatively predict these protein "phenotypes" from genotype (sequence) using computational modeling? How do we design protein therapeutics that optimize these phenotypes for a particular application? To answer these questions, we combine large-scale d...
Assistant Professor of Urology
I specialize in male infertility and sexual dysfunction. My research focuses on oncofertility in urology patients.
I received a MD from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and attended Indiana University School of Medicine for urology residency. Following residency, I completed a fellowship in Andrology at Northwestern.
Professor of Pediatrics (Infectious Diseases)
After having served on the faculty at both Duke and UNC, Dr. Jhaveri joined the faculty at Lurie/FSM in October 2018. He currently serves as Associate Division Head for Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
Dr. Jhaveri is active in leadership of several infectious diseases society at the national level. He currently serves as a member of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society Board of Directors. He is the Vice-Chair of the Infectious Diseases Society of America Leadership Institute working group and is the PIDS liaison to the IDSA Standards, Practice and Guidelines Committee. He is a member of...
Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Gynecologic Oncology)
Dr. Edward Tanner is an Associate Professor of Gynecologic Oncology at Northwestern University where he serves as Chief of the Gynecologic Oncology service.
Dr. Tanner serves as the Director of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery at Prentice Women's Hospital and is an internationally recognized leader in the field of gynecologic oncology surgery. He performs complex abdominal procedures for patients with advanced gynecologic cancers, including radical debulking surgery for ovarian cancer. He is also an expert in minimally invasive surgery for early-stage female cancers. He has co-authored more than 6...
Associate Professor of Urology
I am a pediatric urologist with a clinical interest in minimally invasive urologic surgery, laparoscopy, robotic surgery, UPJ (ureteropelvic junction) obstructions, hypospadias, undescended testis, hydronephrosis, urologic stone disease, and voiding dysfunction.
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Neonatology)
My primary interest is in the neurodevelopmental outcome of high-risk infants. My focus involves the early detection of cerebral palsy through various assessments, including The General Movements Assessment. A portion of my clinical time is spent caring for patients in the NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program.
I am also interested in improving the safety of neonatal intubation through quality improvement efforts and the use of innovative tools, such as video laryngoscopy.
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