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Phoenix Children’s Names Terrence L. Stull, MD, Senior Vice President of Research and Chief Research Officer
Terrence Stull, MD

Phoenix Children’s Hospital recently announced Terrence L. Stull, MD as senior vice president of research and chief research officer. In this position, Dr. Stull is responsible for the direction and leadership of Phoenix Children’s Research Institute.

Prior to joining Phoenix Children’s, Dr. Stull was the Chair of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma. Working at the University since 1994, he built a department that excels in providing care, teaching and research. He has maintained a research laboratory throughout his career and will be moving his personal research mission to Phoenix Children’s.

Dr. Stull is a member of the American Pediatric Society, Society for Pediatric Research, and Infectious Disease Society of America, among other professional societies. He has participated in research throughout his career and has published more than 200 articles, chapters, reports, commentaries, and abstracts.

Dr. Stull graduated from the University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Medicine. He completed a pediatric residency at Stanford and a pediatric infectious disease fellowship at Seattle Children’s.

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