Brachial Plexus
Recent Research

Recent Research From the Brachial Plexus Team

As a leader in evidence-based medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Brachial Plexus team is actively involved in both basic science and clinical research. 

Our basic science research focuses on muscle growth and preserving muscle tissue. 

Our clinical studies examine surgical and treatment outcomes for children with brachial plexus injuries (BPBI) including data captured in our Motion Analysis Laboratory. We also collaborate with colleagues at other pediatric centers to lead and participate in several multi-center studies.

Our interdisciplinary team has successfully contributed to BPBI science over the past five years through 18 peer reviewed publications and 66 national and international presentations.

Publications include:

  • Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
  • Journal of Children
  • Journal of Hand Surgery
  • Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics
  • Muscle Nerve
  • OR nursing
  • Pediatric Psychology

Presentations include

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Association for Hand Surgery Annual Meeting
  • American Society of Peripheral Nerve Annual Meeting
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting 
  • International Pediatric Radiology Conjoint Meeting & Exhibition
  • Narakas International Brachial Plexus Symposium
  • National Conference in Pediatric Psychology
  • Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting
  • Pediatric Hand Study Group Annual Meeting
  • Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting
  • Radiologic Society of North America Annual Meeting
  • Society for Muscle Biology Meeting
  • Toronto Obstetrical Brachial Plexus Palsy Workshop
  • United Brachial Plexus Network Family Camp
  • Visiting Professorships at a variety of locations upon invitation

See a full list of team presentations

More Research

The Brachial Plexus Center features active clinical research and multicenter research studies. Learn more about on-going studies, publications, grants and presentations. Learn more