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In many situations, heart muscle cells do not respond to external stresses in the same ways that skeletal muscle cells do.
Multi-center team led by scientists at Cincinnati Children's reports finding a 'good' form of inflammation that allows mice to avoid obesity
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center recently completed 100 prenatal surgical repairs to help improve the outcomes for babies with spina bifida, a rare birth defect that occurs when bones in the spine do not fully form during early pregnancy.
Michael Fisher, president and CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, announced he intends to retire after leading the health care system for nearly 12 years.
Cincinnati Children's Develops Model to Help Identify Risk Factors for Reading Difficulties in Children before Kindergarten
Researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center have developed a new framework for different factors influencing how a child's brain is "wired" to learn to read before kindergarten.
Study Shows Book Developed at Cincinnati Children's Helps Identify Risks of Reading Difficulties in Preschool-Age Kids
A study published in the journal Pediatrics expands validation evidence for a new screening tool that directly engages preschool-age children during clinic visits to assess their early literacy skills.
FARE, the world's leading non-governmental organization engaged in food allergy advocacy and the largest private funder of food allergy research, has awarded two competitive grants to partner institutions that will bolster FARE's 2020 expansion of the FARE Clinical Network, powering advances in food allergy research.
Study in NEJM, Led by Cincinnati Children's, Says Inhaled Drug Reduces Need for Invasive Lung Wash
Light-sensing cells deep inside brain tissue play a larger role in human growth, development and health than even ardent fans of the outdoors would expect
The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, Gives $1.6 Million Endowment to Support Career Development of Minority Women in Medicine and Biomedical Research
The Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Fund, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee, has gifted Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center with $1.66 million to permanently endow the Charlotte R. Schmidlapp Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Scholars program.
How Mice That Model Immune Disease's Cytokine Storms May Point to Solution for Global Pandemic
Cincinnati Children's and University of Cincinnati Name New Chair of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer and Research Foundation Director
Dr. Tina Cheng Committed to Research Innovation That Helps Patients, Family and Community Health [28-May-2020] CINCINNATI , May 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Tina L. Cheng , MD, MPH, will be the new chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine , the new chief medical officer at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
From developing a potential vaccine based on nanoparticles to tracking how the pandemic has disrupted life for foster children, scientists at Cincinnati Children's have launched six projects aimed at understanding and defeating the virus that causes COVID-19.
JobsOhio, University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children's Unveil the Cincinnati Innovation District™
Unique public-private partnership aims to accelerate more than 15,000 STEM graduates and $2 billion in research to bring in up to 20,000 new jobs and $3 billion in annual economic impact
Study Finds Biological Process that Helps Underdeveloped Lungs Fight Infections
Improving sickle cell disease care in Africa. Developing new esophageal organoids.
Environmental Tech at Cincinnati Children's Brightens Lives of Two Kids in Isolation
Researchers from Ben-Gurion University and Cincinnati Children's Introduce Technology for Removal of Secretions from Airways
Treatment of diseases affecting the respiratory tract, such as bronchiolitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and cystic fibrosis was developed in the framework of the multi-year collaboration between BGU and Cincinnati Children's
Sepsis tests will be developed in collaboration with the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) and The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc. (HJF) to address the critical need for more effective sepsis patient management in clinical and field settings
Organoids Grown in Microfluidic Device May Help CF Patients with Diabetes