Leigh B. Grossman, M.D. is the Medical Alumni Endowed Professor of Pediatric Infectious Disease and the Associate Dean for International Programs in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia. Her clinical work there has been devoted to the care of hospitalized children both as a general Pediatric inpatient ward attending and as an infectious disease consultant. Her research is devoted to the prevention of hospital-acquired infection in the critically ill newborn and child. She teaches at the bedside, in the classroom, nationally, and internationally. She has edited and authored five books, “Infection Control for the Pediatric Patient,” “Infection Control in the Preschool and Day Care Center,” “Infection Control for the Healthcare Worker,” “The Medical Student's Guide to Successful Residency Matching,” and her newest book, “The Parent's Survival Guide to Daycare Infections,” released in October 2016.