Faculty & Staff
Honors: One of our faculty, pediatric intensivist Mahesh Sharman MD, received "the most prestigious award conferred by the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development" at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine: the 2021 William B. Weil Jr MD Endowed Distinguished Pediatric Faculty Award.
In the news: Hurley pediatric infectious diseases specialist Yaseen Raffe'e MD recently talked about multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children on ABC-12 (Flint) Medical Monday segment. Select his name to see the April 4, 2022, video on his faculty bio page. Dr Raffe'e often is selected for teaching awards by students and residents.
From the tiniest newborn to those nearly 20, children are the focus of our pediatric program. Click on the names below to meet some of the people who make sure that children get some of the best clinical care in the nation and that residents get some of the best teaching in the nation. With a smaller program embedded in such a highly skilled clinical setting, residents learn at the bedside with some of the top experts around.
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Hurley Peds faculty take on leadership roles
It takes a lot of people to run medical schools and residency training programs. The Pediatrics and Human Development Department at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is no exception. Fortunately, they have some of the best and brightest to lead the way, including 5 Hurley pediatric faculty in leadership positions in the MSU PHD Committee Board's various subcommittees, starting Sept. 1, 2020. From the Hurley Pediatrics Program:
- Yaseen Rafe'e
- Mahesh Sharman
Medical Student Programs, Liaison Committee on Medical Education
- Mahesh Sharman
Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee
- Crystal Cederna-Meko PsyD
- Ranjan Monga MD
- Rebecca Ellens
Program Coordinator Spotlight
Meet Audrina Roberts
When everything just seems to run smoothly, it can be difficult to see all of the background work that makes that possible. Especially when the person behind the curtain, so to speak, is a soft-spoken example of quiet competence. But don't let that calm demeanor fool you. Read Audrina Roberts' profile to see how she spends her time away from Hurley and her secrets for keeping work and family life manageable.
William Peterson MD
- Emergency Medicine Physician
- Coordinator, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Rotations, Hurley Medical Center, Flint, Mich.
- Clinical Assistant Professors, Emergency Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Paula Silva MD
- Pediatric Intensivist
Lochan Subedi MD
- Clinical Assistant Professor, MSU CHM Pediatrics and Human Development
Mohammad Tabbah MD
- Pediatric Gastroenterologist
- Assistant Professor, MSU CHM Pediatrics and Human Development