Kathryn Moffett-Bradford

Professor of Pediatrics, Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, West Virginia University

Dr. Moffett is passionate about excellence in the clinical care and research of patients with infectious diseases (ID) and cystic fibrosis (CF). During over two decades at WVU she has built a CF center from a small unaccredited clinic to a highly successful separately accredited adult and pediatric centers, which focus on patient care, teamwork, quality improvement, and research. The pediatric infectious diseases division has grown to 3 fulltime physicians, 2 nurses and a pharmacist with a focus on excellent patient care, antimicrobial stewardship, scholarly work and clinical research. The CF care team consists of 4 physicians, 2 nurses, 2 nurse practitioners, 2 social workers, 1 dietician, 1 research coordinator, 1 respiratory therapist, 1 pharmacist, 1 physical therapist and collaboration with a research psychologist.

Working in collaboration as teams, peds ID and CF care, both strive for compassion and respect for all patients and families, excellence in everything one does, with consensus and teamwork on a daily basis, and well-being in our teams’ personal and professional lives. Research is a priority, offering pediatric infectious disease and cystic fibrosis clinical trials, investigator-initiated research, and basic science collaboration at WVU.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Pediatrics, Division Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, West Virginia University