Innovation Through Collaboration
Academic Annual Report 2017–2018
Up-and-coming neuroscientist Nathan Smith, Ph.D., finds a career path at Children’s National
Institutes, Centers, & Officers
- Center for Cancer and Immunology
- Center for Neuroscience Research
- Center for Translational Science
- Center for Genetic Medecine Research
- Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children’s National (CTSI-CN)
- Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation
- Academic Affairs
- Medical Education
A remarkable year of transitions, continued growth and distinction at Children’s Research Institute has continued to make profound differences in the lives of the children and families we serve.
Mapping the topography of developing brains affected by congenital heart disease using imaging; how high iron levels may impact neural tube defects; and incisionless surgery for osteoid osteoma are among the topics selected by a multidisciplinary research review group as our best published research for calendar year 2017.
Several longstanding and outstanding administrators at Children’s National were recently promoted to serve as vice presidents.
Award winning immunologist Catherine Bollard now directs the Center for Cancer and Immunology Research, which includes more than 50 clinicians and scientists performing groundbreaking clinical and translational research of novel therapies for childhood cancers and immunologic disorders.
Innovation SpotlightMeeting the Medical Device Needs of Pediatric Patients
Blood draws without needles; diagnosing otitis media more accurately: two examples of clinical and research collaborations that will revolutionize how we care for children and families.
Innovation SpotlightPhilanthropy’s Impact: Accelerating Discovery and Innovation
As Children’s Research Institute (CRI) launches a new era of pediatric medical innovation, philanthropy provides the rocket fuel.