Golde G. Dudell

Emory University School of Medicine, USA

Golde G. Dudell was born in Munich, Germany. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University, Providence, RI, USA where she majored in mathematics. She received her medical degree from Brown University in 1975. Dr. Dudell completed her Pediatric Residency at St.Vincent's Hospital in New York City. In addition, she completed a neonatology fellowship and a pediatric cardiology fellowship at Babies Hospital, Columbia University in New York City. She also completed a fellowship in extracorporeal life support at the University of California, San Diego. After completion of her fellowships, she became director of the San Diego Regional ECMO program as well as the Children's Hospital and Health Center, San Diego Infant Cardiac Surgical program. She subsequently moved to Emory University where she worked as an Associate Professor of pediatrics. Throughout her career, she has participated in the design and organization of clinical trials. Although her major interest has been in cardiorespiratory physiology, she also has maintained an interest in infant nutrition and infectious disease.

Biography Updated on 19 October 2010

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