UC Davis CTSC Scholar Published in Breastfeeding Medicine

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Adrienne Hoyt-Austin, D.O., M.A.S., I.B.C.L.C.

Adrienne Hoyt-Austin is an assistant professor of clinical pediatrics at UC Davis Health. She is lead author of a study published in Breastfeeding Medicine this month. The study explored the experience of pumping milk while watching one's hospitalized baby with videoconferencing. 

Dr. Hoyt-Austin is a graduate of the CTSC Mentored Clinical Research Training Program (MCRTP). The MCRTP provides a solid foundation in clinical and translational research for junior faculty, clinical and pre-clinical fellows, and post-doctoral scholars. The MCRTP is a two-year program that includes didactic instruction and mentored research leading to a Master of Advanced Study (MAS) in Clinical Research degree through enrollment in the Clinical Research Graduate Group. The Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) provides administrative support for the program and several CTSC-affiliated faculty are members of the Clinical Graduate Group.

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