Dr. Jeffrey S. Kahn is a pediatrician board ceritfied in both general pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases. His major areas of interests are viral infections, respiratory infections and newly emerging viral pathogens.
|Medical School||SUNY Downstate College of Medicine (1991), Medicine|
|Residency||Yale-New Haven Hospital (1995), Pediatrics|
|Other Post Graduate Training||Yale University School of Medicine (1995), Pediatrics|
|Fellowship||Yale University School of Medicine (1997), Pediatric Infectious Diseases|
- Chronic Viral Infections
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Infectious Diseases
- Tick-Borne Illness
- Coronavirusus, influenza viruses, parinfluenza viruses
- Emerging pathogens
- Respiratory syncytial virus, human metapneumovirus
- Rhabdoviral vectors and vaccines
- Rhinoviruses, human parvoviruses, human polyomaviruses
- Rhinoviruses are a major cause of wheezing and hospitalization in children less than 2 years of age.
- Piotrowska Z, Vazquez M, Shapiro ED, Weibel, C. Ferguson, D. Landry, M. L. Kahn, J. S. Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal 2009 28 25-9
- Seroepidemiology of human bocavirus defined using recombinant virus-like particles.
- Kahn JS, Kesebir D, Cotmore S, et al. Journal of Infectious Diseases 2008 198 41-50
- Role of human polyomaviruses in respiratory tract disease in young children.
- Wattier RL, Vazquez M, Weibel C, Shapiro ED, Ferguson D, Landry ML, Kahn JS. Emerging Infectious Diseases 2008 14 1766-8
- Seroepidemiology of Group I Human Coronaviruses in Children.
- Shao X, Guo X, Esper F, Weibel C, Kahn JS. Journal of Clinical Virology 2007 40(3) 207-13
- Newly discovered respiratory viruses
- Kahn JS Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal 2007 26(8) 745-6
Honors & Awards
- Pediatric Chair’s Award, Yale University School of Medicine
- Mae Gailani Junior Faculty Award, Yale University School of Medicine
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- American Society of Microbiology
- American Society of Virology
- Infectious Diseases Society of America
- Society of Pediatric Research