We don’t know why these physical complications happen after blood clots. We want to study whether the heart, lungs or muscle might be at play. We want to research and develop treatments for these problems. ...More
Researchers studying hematology are collecting samples and clinical information to learn more about non-malignant (not cancerous) blood disorders to find better treatments for these disease and possibly other diseases as well. Non-malignant blood disorders include anemia, bleeding and thrombotic dis ...More
The aim of this study is to learn about neonatal purpura fulminans (NPF), a rare blood clot condition (when blood becomes solid and blocks a vein) in babies that is not well understood. Gathering information about your child’s experience with NPF, along with those of children from other countr ...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 email@example.com 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.