Adolescent and Young Adult Health
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Treating teens requires in-depth knowledge of the complex issues of this developmental stage, filled with major changes in physical maturity, sexuality, feelings, and relationships with others. Division members are dedicated to innovative research and training the next generation of leaders in adolescent health.

FacultyThe Division offers a spectrum of services for teenagers including:

  • Acute care and injury
  • Behavioral medicine
  • Eating disorders
  • Young women's health
  • Preventive care (annual and school physicals, immunizations, and routine gynecological care)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Chronic illness and chronic pain
  • Coordination of medical, mental health, social, and educational services


To promote the health and well-being of adolescents and their families through multi-disciplinary clinical care, research, education, and advocacy.

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