Podcast: Congenital Cytomegalovirus (CMV)

In this episode of Kids Health CastChristine Salvatore M.D. and Sallie Permar M.D., Ph.D. discuss congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV). They share what patients should know about CMV and recent advancements in vaccine development for the infection. They discuss goals to create a multidisciplinary collaborative Congenital Infection Clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine to treat CMV.  The providers also highlight the partnership with government affairs towards an initiative for state legislation around CMV education and advocacy for universal testing.

Additionally, Dr. Permar highlights her groundbreaking work on mother-to-child transmission of viruses including HIV and CMV, which recently earned her the prestigious 2020-21 Society of Pediatric Research Award, in Honor of E. Mead Johnson.

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