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Advisory Board

Photo of Dr. Camille SabellaCamille Sabella, MD

- Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

- Associate Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Center of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the Pediatrics Institute, Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital

Dr. Sabella received his MD from Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, completed his pediatric residency at Akron Children’s Hospital, and completed a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Sabella is board-certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Diseases by the American Board of Pediatrics. His clinical interests include pediatric and neonatal infectious diseases, viral infections, infections in transplant recipients and other immuno-compromised patients, and immunizations. His research interests include the immune responses of transplant recipients, infections in immuno-compromised patients, hospital-acquired infections, and viral infections.

Dr. Sabella has authored numerous original articles, reviews, and book chapters, and has edited the Cleveland Clinic Intensive Review of Pediatrics textbook, currently in its third edition. He serves on the Advisory Committee of the American Academy of Pediatrics—Pediatric Review and Educational Program in Pediatric Infectious Diseases. He also directs the annual Pediatric Board Review Symposium at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Sabella has received numerous awards for his educational commitment to residents and medical students. He has served as an Associate Pediatric Program Director and currently directs the pediatric medical student rotations at the Cleveland Clinic.

Photo of Dr. Michael Cabana Michael D. Cabana, MD, MPH

- Professor of Pediatrics, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies

- Chief, Division of General Pediatrics, University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Cabana completed his undergraduate medical training through the combined program at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the Wharton School of Business, where he earned a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Management. Dr. Cabana trained in pediatrics at the Harriet Lane Service at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. He continued at Johns Hopkins as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar, where he completed his Masters in Public Health at the same institution.

Dr. Cabana’s research interests include the development of educational interventions to improve the quality of asthma care, primary prevention of asthma, physician practice patterns and the use of probiotics in primary care settings.

Dr. Cabana is the former Co-Director of the Physician Asthma Care Education Program. Currently, he is the Principal Investigator for several NIH studies focused on asthma, as well as the Pediatric Principal Investigator for the UCSF NIH AsthmaNet Research Center. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Academic Pediatric Association and the International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics.

Photo of Dr. Vincent Chiang Vincent W. Chiang, MD, FAAP

- Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

- Associate Program Director, Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics 

- Chief, Inpatient Services, Department of Medicine, Children’s Hospital Boston

Dr. Chiang received his MD from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1992. Upon graduation, he went to Children’s Hospital Boston where he completed his residency in pediatrics (1995) and a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine (1998). In 1998 he joined the staff at Children’s Hospital Boston as an attending physician in both the emergency department and as a pediatric hospitalist. In 2000 he took over as chief of the Children’s Hospital Inpatient Service hospitalist program.

Dr. Chiang also holds a number of educational roles, including serving as the Director of Medical Student education at Children’s Hospital Boston, the Associate Program Director for the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics, and as a member of the Curriculum Committee at Harvard Medical School. He serves on the editorial board of Pediatrics and as a deputy editor of the Journal of Hospital Medicine. He is a Harvard Macy Scholar, a member of the Academy at Harvard Medical School, and a graduate of both the Program for Leadership Development at Harvard Business School and the program for Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers at the Harvard School of Public Health. He lives in Dedham, MA, with his wife Susanne and his three children, Molly, Grace, and Aidan.

Photo of Dr. Madelyn Kahana Madelyn Kahana, MD

- Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics (Critical Care), Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University 

- Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology, Department of Anesthesiology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University 

- Vice Chair of Education and Faculty Development, Department of Anesthesiology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University 

- Vice Chair, Department of Anesthesiology at Montefiore Medical Center 

- Chief, Division of Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia at Montefiore Medical Center, Department of Anesthesiology

Dr. Kahana attended medical school at the University of South Florida after undergraduate studies in religion at Duke University. She completed a pediatrics residency at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital in 1982 and an anesthesiology residency at Michael Reese Hospital in 1985. Dr. Kahana then completed a fellowship in pediatric anesthesia and critical care medicine at the University of Washington in 1986.

She has been on the faculty of the medical colleges of the University of Virginia, the University of Cincinnati, the University of Chicago, and Stanford University before moving to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in 2012. Her primary interests are in pediatric critical care medicine and anesthesiology, global health, and graduate medical education.