School of Medicine and Public Health, Department of Pediatrics
Dr. Emma Mohr is assistant professor on the tenure track in the Division of Infectious Diseases. She is dedicated to training the next generation of translational scientists and has mentored numerous trainees in clinical and laboratory settings. Mohr’s commitment to training is exemplified by her role as director of the Physician Scientist Training Pathway and through her service on the Medical Scientist Training Program Admissions Committee. At the national level, she co-directs the Career Development Workshop and serves on the Research Affairs Committee for the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society.
Areas of expertise, continued: management and treatment of pediatric infectious diseases, physician scientist training
Congenital CMV viral infection: prevention and treatment
Infection during pregnancy can impact fetal and infant health and development. Infection with a virus, CMV, is the most common cause of hearing loss. Yet many women have never heard of this virus. Education about prevention and treatment is important for women who are pregnant or who are thinking about pregnancy.