What patients and families need to know
The Children's Research Institute
Clinical Research Programs
Discover more about what we offer in our clinical research programs in the Center for Neuroscience Research.
Discover how the Advanced Physiological Signals Processing Lab strives to develop a stronger understanding of the predictive factors in high-risk fetuses or critically-ill newborns linked to brain injury.
We bring together a comprehensive team of pediatric oncology and neurology experts, giving children with brain tumors effective, personalized care.
The Children’s National Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) provides evaluation and treatment services for children with atypical or complicated developmental disorders.
Discover how the Developing Brain Research Laboratory directed by Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., focuses on the developing brain, both in utero and in the newborn stages of life.
Learn about the Neonatal Neurocritical Care Research Program's goal to optimize neurodevelopmental outcomes in preterm and high-risk term newborns through improving neurodiagnostics and neurotherapeutic interventions.
Our lab focuses on using neuroimaging and neuropsychological studies to investigate the neural and behavioral characteristics of seizure activity, as well as cognitive and psychosocial difficulties.
Learn about our goal to gain insights into the timing and pathoetiology of disease and to identify biomarkers for diagnosis, disease severity and treatment.