• Clinical Sciences Pavilion Opens

    Clinical Sciences Pavilion exterior, artist's rendering.Bridging the Gap Between Research and Care

    After three years of construction, Cincinnati Children's Clinical Sciences Pavilion opens in June 2015, marking an important milestone in our long-standing commitment to pediatric research. Building a bridge between Cincinnati Children’s groundbreaking medical research and the outstanding care taking place in the hospital’s main treatment center, the new building boosts Cincinnati Children’s dedicated research space to over 1.4 million square feet.


  • Recent Research

    Head shot photo of Julia Anixt, MD.

    Psychotropic medication use in children & teens with Down Syndrome

    “Providers must be more systematic in the screening, diagnosis and management of mental health conditions in children and teens with Down syndrome,” concludes Julia S. Anixt, MD, lead author of a study recently completed at Cincinnati Children’s. Researchers studied trends related to the prescription of stimulants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and atypical antipsychotics (AAPs).

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  • Research Horizons Winter 2015.

    Explore highlights of the exciting research happening at Cincinnati Children's Research Foundation with Research Horizons.


  • Our Research Annual Report

    Research Home-Article 2-FY14-RAR-200The achievements detailed in this year’s Research Annual Report illustrate how scientists of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation are filling in the future: using their talent to ask and answer the big questions, to envision and create a better world.