The TQL Foundation donated $1 million to benefit cancer research at the Proton Therapy Center--the only center in the world with a dedicated research gantry.
New technology analyzes linguistic and vocal characteristics of sessions between therapists or physicians, and patients to provide a near real-time assessment of a patient at risk for suicide or mental health conditions.
A new study of high school soccer players suggests a neck collar may help protect the brain from head impacts over the course of a competitive soccer season. The study was led by Greg Myer, PhD, and published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Learn more about the business of science and our expanded Innovation Ventures teams in the Summer 2018 issue of Research Horizons.
Our 2017 Research Annual Report reflects another year of outstanding scientific achievement by our faculty and the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation.
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