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Research is an integral component of the
Perinatal Institute at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Our collaborative programs encompass a broad array of clinical and basic
science research areas, making Cincinnati Children’s an unusually rich
environment for healthcare research.
We are constantly striving
to remove the barriers between basic research and clinical care and to
encourage multidisciplinary collaboration that advances care for all
newborns, including infants born prematurely or with birth defects. The
goal of research within the Perinatal Institute is to understand the
entire reproductive process – from the time before conception to the
time after birth – to improve maternal and infant outcomes.
The depth and breadth of the basic science research within the Perinatal Institute is vast. Our faculty members are nationally and internationally known, and they are respected as leaders in their individual areas of research.
The Perinatal Institute recognizes that clinical and translational research initiatives are vital components of our progressive model of care.
Researchers in the Perinatal Institute share a common goal – to improve the health and quality of life for newborn infants and to transform the way care is delivered to newborns through the application of research into practice and policy. Our collaborative efforts bring researchers together with clinical teams and healthcare leaders to understand the causes of disorders in the newborn infant and to deliver optimal evidence-based care to improve the long-term outcomes of neonates.
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