Healthcare Professionals

  • Pediatric Insights.
    Pediatric Insights.
  • August 2012

    Cincinnati Children's will expand research that could lead to improved treatments for cancer, retinopathy of prematurity, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration.

    Blood vessel research expands

    A $1.9 million grant from the National Eye Institute will help Cincinnati Children's expand research that could lead to improved treatments for cancer, retinopathy of prematurity, diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration. Read More.

  • Children with heart defects should receive early evaluation for developmental disorders, according to a new AHA scientific statement.

    Heart defects and developmental disorders

    Children with heart defects should receive early evaluation for developmental disorders, according to a new AHA scientific statement.
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    National effort seeks to improve drug safety research by developing 3-D tissue models of human organs.

    Cincinnati Children's joins tissue chip project

    National effort seeks to improve drug safety research by developing 3-D tissue models of human organs.
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    Cincinnati Children's features the world's only infant-sized MR scanner.

    Infant-sized MR scanner supports research

    The world's only infant-sized MR scanner housed within a NICU can help scientists learn more about brain injury, colorectal malformations, congenital heart disease and other conditions.
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    'Buckle Up for Life' reports lower seat belt usage among minority groups

    Program led by Cincinnati Children’s and Toyota will double its reach by expanding to Houston, Las Vegas, Philadelphia and Orange County, CA.
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