Robert Kahn is a Professor of Pediatrics and Associate Chair for Community Health in the Department of Pediatrics at UC College of Medicine and at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Kahn serves as Executive Lead for the hospital’s Community Health strategic plan which seeks to help ensure Cincinnati’s 66,000 children are the healthiest in the nation through strong community partnerships. The goals of the initiative are to reduce infant mortality and disparities in avoidable admissions and to improve school readiness and 3rd grade reading proficiency. Dr. Kahn’s research interests lie at the intersection of poverty and child health, examining what leads to worse health and where we might intervene most effectively in partnership with families and community agencies. His research focuses on common pediatric conditions through clinical, quality improvement and population health lenses.
Dr. Kahn attended Princeton University, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and residency and fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Boston. He obtained a Masters in Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health.
Location: Hall of Mirrors
Menu: Arugula with mozzarella, pine nuts, tomatoes & balsamic vinaigrette and cranberry nut cookie – salad appetizer and dessert for all entrees.
Regular Entrée – Panko crusted chicken with roasted tomato sauce, polenta & arugula.
Vegetarian Entrée – Fried feta with roasted tomato sauce, polenta & arugula.
Salad Entrée – Grilled shrimp over mixed greens, dried cherries, ricotta salata & maple vinaigrette.