2011 IFFGD Research Award Recipient Sudarshan Jadcherla, MD

2011 Jadcherla

Sudarshan Jadcherla, MD, FRCP, DCH

The Ohio State University College of Medicine and The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH

Dr. Jadcherla is the 2011 recipient of the IFFGD Research Award for Senior Investigator – Pediatrics.  His areas of interest include: studies of the upper digestive tract including the physical and molecular mechanisms of swallowing and airway protection, with a goal of improving safe feeding in children; and clinical research aimed at improving diagnosis and treatments in infant dysphagia, GERD, and chronic lung disease.

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