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Arnold W. Strauss, MD
Discovery through innovative research is essential to developing the medical breakthroughs that improve child health. At the Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation (CCRF), we keep the process of discovery moving in strategic directions through comprehensive annual reviews by our Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC). The feature stories in this year's annual report illustrate how SAC reviews support the exceptional work of our faculty and staff. We invite you to learn more about the funding, growth and accomplishments of an outstanding year for more than 50 research divisions at Cincinnati Children's.
Scientific Advisory Council
Research Committee Members of the Board of Trustees
More than 11 million dollars was given through philanthropic funding to support research at Cincinnati Children’s.
Read the print report.
The founder of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation insisted on close scrutiny of our research, setting the stage for our annual process of Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) review.
Our Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology (BMCP) has grown to more than 70 faculty in the past 15 years, including nationally recognized research centers for ADHD, childhood obesity and treatment adherence.
Even top pediatric emergency medicine divisions require regular checkups to stay healthy. Scientific Advisory Committee reviews over the years have helped the division set priorities and plan for the future in a world where uncertainty reigns in funding for research, education and care.
Large investments in advanced mass spectrometry devices put our Division of Pathology at the forefront of customizing medications to meet the unique metabolisms of preterm infants, toddlers, teens and young adults.
Be it designing an infant-sized MRI scanner or developing a gene therapy for sickle cell disease, our Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC) helps move discoveries from the laboratory to the marketplace. Cincinnati Children’s has more than 200 new medicines, devices and other products in the development pipeline.
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