October 21, 2020



Neal deJong


Neal deJong is a general pediatrician at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill who cares for children with complex medical needs. His research and quality improvement efforts seek to facilitate communication and empower families as they navigate their children’s care among primary care and specialty physicians and community-based service providers. 

Contact me: dejong@email.unc.edu




David Ming

David Ming is an internal medicine-pediatrics hospitalist at Duke who cares for adults and children with complex health needs. His research interests aim to leverage implementation science and learning health systems methods to improve population health for children with complex needs, with a particular interest in understanding and addressing the intersection between medical and social complexity in order to advance health and well-being for children and families.

Contact me: david.ming@duke.edu



Sophie Hurewitz

Sophie Hurewitz is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Duke University studying Neuroscience, Global Health, and Child Policy Research. At Duke, she is an Alice M. Baldwin Scholar, a researcher at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and a member of a Bass Connections team working to fulfill the goals of the North Carolina Early Childhood Action Plan. She plans to become a developmental-behavioral pediatrician to combine her interests in clinical medicine, health policy, education policy, and child and adolescent development.




Carter Crew 

Sahil Sandhu

Nikki Prattipati

Don Nguyen

Ryan Huang