Penelope H. Dennehy

Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Hasbro Children’s Hospital

Penelope H. Dennehy

Penelope H. Dennehy

Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Hasbro Children’s Hospital

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Dr Dennehy is currently Professor of Pediatrics at Brown Medical School and Director of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island. She is in the practice of academic medicine and is actively involved in teaching, research and clinical care. Her primary areas of research include: the epidemiology and etiology of viral gastroenteritis and viral respiratory disease, rotavirus disease and prevention, and the testing of vaccines and immunobiologics for prevention of rotavirus, influenza and respiratory syncytial virus. She is a former member of the American Academy of Pediatrics "Redbook" Committee and Past-President of the Pediatrics Infectious Disease Society.

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Interim President at Rhode Island Hospital

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Vice Chairman at The Miriam Hospital

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Former Chief Operating Officer & Senior Vice President at University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority

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Associate Director of the Categorical Residency Program at Brown University- The Warren Alpert Medical School

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Pathologist-in-Chief at Rhode Island Hospital

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Director-Tumor Ablation at Rhode Island Hospital

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Lifespan Corporation

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Chief of Neurosurgery at Roger Williams Medical Center

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Former President at Teenwise Minnesota

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Assistant Professor of Surgery, Ophthalmology at Brown University- The Warren Alpert Medical School

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Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Hasbro Children’s Hospital
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PROMOTE EXCELLENCE IN DIAGNOSIS, MANAGEMENT, AND PREVENTION OF PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

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Director, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
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Professor of Pediatrics
Current

Formerly known as Brown Medical School

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Member, Redbook Committee
Prior

American Academy of Pediatrics operates as a professional association of pediatricians to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. The company was founded on June 23, 1930 and is headquartered in Elk Grove Village, IL.

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Rhode Island Hospital was built through the generosity of the community, beginning in 1857 with a bequest by Moses Brown Ives to establish a fund for a hospital in Rhode Island. On October 1, 1868, the founders of Rhode Island Hospital gathered on the hospital grounds to dedicate the new hospital, founded to serve the citizens of our state as its name indicated. That generosity upon which the hospital was created has continued throughout the years to support major campaigns. Through philanthropy and ongoing community support, Rhode Island Hospital has continued to expand and improve to support its mission to be at the forefront of medicine. Today's Rhode Island Hospital honors the memory of our founders and we believe it is all they imagined and more. Throughout its rich history, Rhode Island Hospital has created a legacy of milestones that have had enormous impact on the community. Today it is a national leader in research, a major teaching hospital and is home to some of the nation's finest doctors. Through the years, we have remained true to the vision of our founders; to provide care to the region's most seriously ill and injured with the latest medical technology available. Collectively, the community has supported many special campaigns, including drives to fund the $8.75 million, 10-story hospital which opened in 1955; the innovative $10 million Ambulatory Care Center built in the 1970s; and the world-class Hasbro Children's Hospital, for which the community raised $24 million.

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