Children's Hospital Colorado
Mary Glode, MD
Infectious Disease

Mary Glode, MD

Section Head, Infectious Diseases

Specialties:
Infectious Disease - Pediatric, Pediatrics
specialties:

Infectious Disease - Pediatric, Pediatrics

Get to know her background

I am interested in Kawasaki disease, vaccines and immunization and pediatric infectious diseases.

Undergraduate 1969

University of Nebraska–Lincoln (NE)

Medical School 1972

Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine

Internship 1973

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Program

Residency 1974

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Program, Pediatrics

Fellowship 1976

National Capital Consortium (Bethesda) Program, Pediatrics

Fellowship 1978

Children's Hospital (Boston) Program, Infectious Disease

For Patients:
Internationally recognized as an expert on Kawasaki disease and immunization, Dr. Glod? frequently presents at local, national, and international conferences. She is involved in clinical vaccine trials and pursues clinical studies of the etiology, epidemiology, and therapy of Kawasaki disease. She has published over 150 journal articles, abstracts, and book chapters on pediatric infectious diseases. Dr. Glod? has participated in numerous national advisory committees for the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institutes of Health. Her major areas of scientific interest include Kawasaki disease, the development of new pediatric vaccines, and residency education.
For Referring Providers:
Internationally recognized as an expert on Kawasaki disease and immunization, Dr. Glod? frequently presents at local, national, and international conferences. She is involved in clinical vaccine trials and pursues clinical studies of the etiology, epidemiology, and therapy of Kawasaki disease. She has published over 150 journal articles, abstracts, and book chapters on pediatric infectious diseases. Dr. Glod? has participated in numerous national advisory committees for the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Institutes of Health. Her major areas of scientific interest include Kawasaki disease, the development of new pediatric vaccines, and residency education.

Section Head, Infectious Diseases

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