The mission of the Section of Pediatric Nutrition is to enhance the health of all infants and children through research and the promotion of best practices for nutrition and physical activity in health and disease.
Our academic mission includes research, clinical care, education and training, and community outreach.
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- Nancy F. Krebs, MD, MS, Head, Section of Nutrition
Nutrition Faculty Spotlight:
Suzanne Paul, FNP
Suzanne Paul is a Family Nurse Practitioner and Program
Coordinator for the Lifestyle Medicine Clinic at Children’s Hospital Colorado,
treating children and adolescents struggling with obesity. Suzanne began her
nursing career in 1996 after graduating from the University of Virginia School
of Nursing with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. She subsequently gained
knowledge and skills in nursing through working on a general Medical Surgical
Unit and then transitioned to Mother/ Baby care and the Neonatal Intensive Care
Unit. In 2000 she graduated from Emory University with a Master's in Nursing
and began her career in management of the HIV positive child, adolescent, and
pregnant women. In her role in the Children's Hospital Immunodeficiency Program
(CHIP) Suzanne managed patient's medical needs as well as increased her skills
in research protocol management. In 2015, Suzanne was accepted into the Duke
Johnson and Johnson Nurse Leadership Fellowship in Raleigh, North Carolina.
During her fellowship, she created a Telemedicine Clinic for the CHIP team
after recognizing the greatest population of children outside of the Denver metro
area, was drawn from a county just over an hour away from the metropolitan city
of Denver. Suzanne recently received the
Dalice Miller Herzberg Award from the University of Colorado School of Medicine
for her outstanding volunteer service outside of the hospital. In her new role in Lifestyle Medicine, her
goal is to increase the clinic's Telehealth presence throughout the state of
Colorado. Suzanne is excited to increase her knowledge of chronic disease management to include pediatric obesity and continue to grow the Lifestyle Medicine Program.
A comprehensive range of clinical nutrition support, with expertise available from physicians board certified in clinical nutrition. MORE »
Education at all levels of training for health care providers, including Clinical and Post-Doc Fellowships in Pediatric Nutrition. MORE »
Areas of research focus include energy balance & metabolism, micronutrients, obesity, prevention programs... MORE »