Assistant Professor, General Pediatrics
Dr. Perin received her medical degree from The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. She completed her pediatric residency at UAMS and ACH. She is a general Pediatrician in the Circle of Friends and General Pediatric Clinics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. She has a passion for resident education, and her specific interests include child advocacy and the integration of technology and curriculum development. In particular, she has developed a mobile app-based curriculum for resident learning. She enjoys spending time with her family, running, as well as baking and decorating cookies.
Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Pharmacology and Toxicology
Associate Professor, Neonatology
Dr. Beavers is an Arkansas native who lives in Little Rock, AR with his beautiful and amazing wife, Blair, and their daughters, Emerson and Bennett. He is a General Pediatrician in the division of Neonatology, caring for term and late preterm newborns. He is passionate about Resident and Student education, food, and innovation. His research and educational interests include Medical Informatics, Neonatal Literacy Outcomes, Technology in Education, and Curriculum Integration. He holds memberships with the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Pediatric Academic Society, Alpha Omega Alpha, and the Christian Medical and Dental Society. Dr. Beavers can be found in the NICUs of UAMS and ACH, The Pediatric House Staff Office, his home workshop, or on the lake with his family.
Associate Professor, General Pediatrics
Dr. Becton is a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and completed her residency with UAMS at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. She is passionate about educating residents in general pediatrics as it is the foundation for all pediatricians. She makes her home at the ACH Circle of Friends clinic. Our on campus “private practice” clinic gives residents the experience of being the primary care physician for their patients. When not teaching, she enjoys time with her family; especially at the beach!
Assistant Professor, Team for Children at Risk
Dr. Murray attended Medical School at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, completed her pediatric residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in 2011, spent a year at ACH as a pediatric chief resident and completed her Child Abuse Fellowship at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. Equally passionate about working with at-risk children and providing mentorship and education for learners, she feels privileged to work at ACH as a Child Abuse Pediatrician and Associate Program Director for residents. Recognizing the importance of work-life balance, she tries to practice what she preaches by spending quality time with her family and friends, including her husband and two daughters and will find any excuse to eat out at a good restaurant.
Assistant Professor, Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Medical Student Clerkship Director
Assistant Professor, Neonatology