Dr. Chabra has a keen interest in teaching residents and fellows and is passionate about medical education. Her scholarly interests include chronic lung disease in preterm infants and its association with Vitamin A; postnatal growth retardation and neonatal growth outcomes; challenges of the late preterm infant; management and epidemiology of gastroschisis and other birth defects. She is a member of the Seattle Children’s Hospital Clinical Effectiveness Program for Gastroschisis guideline development. She is involved in developing protocols for stabilization of neonates with gastroschisis and has served as a consultant for the production of a video for family education of parents of infants with gastroschisis. Dr. Chabra is also involved in quality improvement projects in the Overlake Hospital NICU and led its late-preterm Task Force that developed recommendations and guidelines for the late preterm infant. She also helped establish the post-discharge nutrition clinic at Overlake Hospital. Nationally, Dr. Chabra proposed and assisted the American Academy of Pediatrics in successfully petitioning for establishment of new ICD-9 codes for gastroschisis and omphalocele to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.