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Dr. Snowden is the Co-Principal Investigator of the IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trial Network’s Data Coordinating and Operations Center, directing clinical operations for trial implementation and professional development across a 17-state NIH funded research group. Studies in the IDeA States Pediatric Clinical Trial Network include studies on perinatal outcomes, obesity, and pediatric airway disease. She also has an active, NIH-funded basic science laboratory studying the role of age on the immune responses and neurologic outcomes following infections in the brain, so that we might design improved prevention and treatment strategies for these infections. In addition to her basic science and clinical research, Dr. Snowden has a long history of active involvement in medical student, resident, and fellow education.
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Our infectious disease specialists diagnose, treat and manage infectious diseases and severe, unusual infections. They work with a team of support staff to deliver the best possible care to children and families.
With an uptick in respiratory illnesses, it's important to know the differences between RSV, flu and COVID-19 viruses and when it's time to take your child to a primary care doctor or the emergency room.
Myths about the flu spread almost as quickly as the virus itself. Read about how Dr. Cockerell, a general ACH pediatrician, busted some of the most common ones.
We sat down with Dr. Jessica Snowden, the Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, to talk about how parents can manage the rising cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.