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Not only a record of this year’s significant research accomplishments, the FY2015 Research Annual Report is a celebration of the ongoing innovation taking place at Cincinnati Children’s. Our deep commitment to improving child health through scientific endeavor is the daily driver of our faculty, who published more than 2,000 peer-reviewed articles, chapters, books and other publications over the past year – a productivity matched by very few pediatric medical centers.
The report also highlights six of the most innovative, farthest reaching breakthroughs achieved at Cincinnati Children’s since 2010. These projects stand as models for our path in coming years as we look forward to forging new partnerships and collaborations with other leading pediatric institutions. Together, we will make bold progress against the greatest challenges in improving child health.
Sing Sing Way, MD, PhD, the Pauline and Lawson Reed Chair in the Division of Infectious Diseases, has won the 2016 E. Mead Johnson Award for Pediatric Research for 2016, considered among the most prestigious honors in pediatric research. In a joint letter nominating Dr. Way for the award, Margaret Hostetter, MD, and Lou Muglia, MD, PhD, called Dr. Way’s work “paradigm shifting and transformative.”
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