• From the Director

    Photo of Arnold W. Strauss.
    Arnold W. Strauss, MD

    Our challenge: How do we create breakthroughs in scientific discovery and medical treatment?

    We believe it takes the courage to ask difficult questions, the creativity to develop ideas, the intellect and talent of our faculty and staff, and the discipline and dedication to continue our history of scientific discoveries. This is how we have produced the breakthroughs that have benefited children over the 85 years since the founding of our Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation (CCRF). This year’s research report summarizes the work of our exceptional research divisions. More detail is available online. In selected stories, we profile the efforts of a few extraordinary scientists and clinicians who have joined forces to tackle some of the most perplexing childhood diseases.

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  • Feature Stories

    Punam Malik, MD Potential breakthrough for sickle cell
    John Clancy, MD Quantum leap for CF care
    organ transplantation Future of organ transplants
    photo of Yi Zheng Fighting Cancer
    Han van der Loo. Developing a Clinical-Grade Vector
    William Cooper Procter Legacy of innovation
    Jeff Whitsett, MD Surfactant start-up
    Kan Hor, MD Heart drug shows promise for Duchenne