What patients and families need to know
Paul Kaplowitz, MD, PhD, led a new study published in Pediatrics, that has implications for early sexual development.
Children’s National Health System has selected Mary Anne Hilliard, Esq, as Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer. Ms. Hilliard has more than 25 years of experience at Children’s National – 18 years as an attorney on the legal team, 15 of which she served as the Children’s National Chief Risk Officer, five years as an outside defense attorney, and five years as a nurse.
Children’s National Health System honored prominent local government officials, business executives, community leaders, and organizations for their advocacy on behalf of children’s health, at a private event at the hospital on December 7.
Ryan Shelton, PhD, CEO and co-founder of PhotoniCare, shares how he, along with Diego Preciado, MD, PhD, and Nancy Bauman, MD, The Joseph E. Robert Jr. Center for Surgical Care at Children's National, became involved in developing this technology designed to treat middle ear infections in kids.
The list features hospitals and health systems known as national leaders in neurosciences providing treatment for patients with various brain and spine conditions.
Children’s National Health System has been designated a Leapfrog Group 2015 Top Hospital, one of only 12 children’s hospitals in the United States to be named to this prestigious list.
Children’s National physician-scientist Conrad Russell Y. Cruz, MD, PhD, was awarded a $450,000 grant from the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to develop novel cell-based therapies for pediatric cancer.
Aerang Kim, MD, PhD, was quoted in this article covering a young patient's experience using a robot in the classroom.
Linda Fu, MD, led a study that was published in the Journal of Adolescent Health. The study examined online activity and the difficulties parents may face when searching the web for accurate information about the vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV). Reuters covered the research.
Brayden Schofield was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma at age 5. Brayden's case was unique in that his tumor ran down most of his humerus, so physicians at Children's National decided to reconstruct his arm using his fibula.