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Academics & Arts
Laurel School alumna, Ellen Rome ’80

Ellen Rome ’80

Head of the Center for Adolescent Medicine • Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital
Professor of Pediatrics • Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University
B.A., Psychology, Yale University 1984
M. D., Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 1988
M. P.H., Harvard University School of Public Health 1994
Making her mark in STEM:
  • First pediatrician in the U.S. to be board certified in adolescent medicine
  • Leadership positions in numerous national and international medical and public health organizations focused on pediatric and adolescent health
  • Associate Chief of Staff under former Cleveland Clinic C.E.O. Dr. Toby Cosgrove
  • Currently the president of the Women’s Professional Staff at the Cleveland Clinic
  • Research interests include eating disorders and obesity, reproductive health and preventive care and wellness
  • A sought-after speaker locally, nationally and internationally on various topics in adolescent medicine
  • Committed to ongoing teaching of house staff and students in the local and surrounding areas
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