Cincinnati Children's is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical study, to learn more about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnant women and their babies. ...More
Very premature babies are at high risk for developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy and learning disabilities. Unfortunately, these disabilities are not diagnosed until 2 to 5 years of age. Cincinnati Children’s is conducting an observational research study, sometimes known as a clini ...More
Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to learn more about factors such as genetics and environment that put very young children at a higher risk for food allergies and eczema. ...More
Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to look at whether giving a group of bacteria (STMC-103H) typically found in the gut of a healthy baby to infants with a small amount of breastmilk or formula may help prevent and treat ...More
Cincinnati Children’s is involved in research because it is very important to understanding diseases and developing ways to prevent and treat health problems in children, as well as adults. Learn more about how you can help. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-636-0098. Or, enroll in our database to be notified about future studies by completing an online sign up form.
The Office for Clinical and Translational Research at Cincinnati Children’s provides sponsors and investigators with comprehensive support services, research tools, personnel and facilities to conduct or facilitate pediatric and adult clinical research studies. Contact us at OCTR@cchmc.org or 513-636-0314.