Dr. Adriana (Adri) Tremoulet is Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Host-Microbe Systems and Therapeutics in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego, specializing in pediatric infectious diseases and clinical pharmacology. She serves as the Associate Director of the Kawasaki Disease (KD) Research Center at UC San Diego, caring for nearly 1700 children with KD in San Diego County and an additional 100 children annually hospitalized at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego with KD. The primary focus of her research is repurposing therapeutics in Phase I through III clinical trials for inflammatory and infectious disorders. She has a passion for pediatric pharmacology and serves as the co-principal investigator of the NIH-funded UC San Diego Maternal and Pediatric Precision in Therapeutics Center of Excellence as well as co-Director of the UC San Diego Department of Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology Training Program and Altman Clinical Trials Research Institute KL2 progam. She also serves as the UC San Diego site PI for the NICHD funded Pediatric Trials Network. Over the course of the pandemic, she has become an expert in the treatment of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children and leads a two-center trial to determine the best course of treatment for these critically ill children. As a native Spanish speaker, she has established the KD and MISC Latin American Network that collaborates in 20 Latin American countries in the collection of clinical and phenotypic data of KD and MISC patients to better understand the impact of these diseases in this region of the world.