October 14, 2021
Grace R. Paul, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Paul completed her medical education at Christian Medical College, Vellore, India, followed by pediatric residency at Case Western/MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland. She completed her pulmonary fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh, and Sleep medicine fellowship at The Ohio State University. She serves as a clinician educator, and her clinical interests are asthma, cystic fibrosis (CF), and the pulmonary and sleep manifestations of neuromuscular disorders. Her research focus is on CF among low-and-middle income countries and she is active in institutional and national global health ventures, especially in CF. In acknowledgement of her interest and educational initiatives on E-cigarettes at the Columbus-area schools, she was nominated to be the E-cigarette champion of the Ohio AAP chapter in 2020.
- Discuss e-cigarette products and the problem in adolescents
- Discuss vaping-related lung injury
- Impact of COVID on vape use
- Discuss current regulations and quitting resources