Armstrong’s Legacy Fuels Next Generation of Discovery

NASA photo of Neil Armstrong.With the passing of Neil Armstrong, our nation lost one of the most important figures in the history of scientific discovery. In partnership with the Armstrong family, Cincinnati Children’s has created the Neil Armstrong New Frontiers Initiative at Cincinnati Children’s to honor the legacy of this great pioneer and help fund the next generation of discovery to improve child health. Make a memorial contribution.


New Tower to Advance Discovery

Planned Clinical Sciences Building.Construction has begun on the new Clinical Sciences Building at Cincinnati Children’s, also known as Location T. The facility will help accommodate the dramatic growth in scope and impact of our research activities – advancing discoveries to improve treatments and care for children around the world. Upon completion of the 15-story building, we will have the largest pediatric research facility in the country.


Thanks to You – We Did It Again!

U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll badge.U.S. News & World Report recently released its annual list of Best Children’s Hospitals, and Cincinnati Children’s once again received Honor Roll recognition. We were named one of the top three children’s hospitals in the nation, with our neonatal care recognized as the best. We also placed in the top 10 for every specialty evaluated. Thanks to your partnership, we’ve built a medical center of which we can all be very proud.