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Last week, phase two of the Sesame Workshop's autism initiative, "Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in all Children," began by releasing 12 videos featuring children with autism and Julia, a preschool Muppet with autism.
Infectious Zika virus was isolated from the brain of a 21-week-old fetus after causing extensive damage to brain tissue – despite ultrasounds that showed no sign of microcephaly at weeks 13, 16, and 17, according to a report published online March 30, 2016 in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).
Researchers from Children's National co-authored a New England Journal of Medicine study that found evidence of infectious Zika virus in a 21-week-old fetal brain.
Mary Ottolini, MD, MPH, Vice Chair of Medical Education at Children's National Health System, has been recognized nationally for her leadership in encouraging innovative educational approaches for resident physicians.
A team of researchers from Children’s National Health System used 3-D volumetric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in an innovative study that reported that when the placenta fails to grow adequately in a fetus with congenital heart disease (CHD), it contributes to impaired fetal growth and premature birth.
Gerard Gioia, PhD, provided insight on youth sports and the prevalence of injury in boys and girls during a congressional roundtable discussion about concussions.
Children being treated at Children’s National will soon have a way to enjoy fresh air and inspiring views of the nation’s capital, as construction has begun on a 7,200-square-foot outdoor Healing Garden.
The Washington Post spoke with Charles Berul, MD, and Kolaleh Eskandanian, PhD, during the National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Surgical Innovation (NCC-PDI) Competition held at Children’s National.
The FDA funded National Capital Consortium for Pediatric Device Innovation (NCC-PDI), led by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children's National and the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, awarded $50,000 to four companies and $25,000 to two companies.
Charles Berul, MD, discusses a preemie from Alexandria who was treated for his irregular heart rhythm.