• 2012 Annual Report

  • Feature Stories Online

    Casting Light on a Rare Lung Disease

    Nourah. Nourah Al-Shammari came to Cincinnati Children’s for lifesaving treatment for a rare lung disease. Now a cure is on the horizon, thanks to pioneering research.

    Deciphering the Mysteries of Eosinophilic Disorders

    Ellie.

    Cincinnati Children’s is the acknowledged leader in treating and studying eosinophilic disorders. Private donors played a key role in advancing the research.

    Revealing the Power of a Life-Altering Drug

    Dr. Franz.

    David Franz, MD, launched a clinic for patients with tuberous sclerosis in 1992. Today our TS program is the world’s largest and a pioneer in clinical research.

    Guiding Asthma Patients to a Better Quality of Life

    Antonio.

    Antonio was able to play outdoors last summer because his asthma is under control, thanks to an education and support initiative at Cincinnati Children’s.

    The Convalescent Hospital for Children

    Jill.

    The Convalescent Hospital for Children has continuously evolved to meet the most pressing needs of children and teens in our community and beyond.

    William Kuenneth Schubert, MD, 1926 – 2012

    Dr. Schubert.

    Dr. Schubert made immeasurable contributions to Cincinnati Children’s as a physician, child advocate, researcher, teacher, mentor and leader.

  • Donor Recognition

    Friends of Cincinnati Children’s contributed nearly $31 million in gifts in fiscal year 2012. Download a list of donors.