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Research Live with Steve Goodman, PhD, on Monday, November 3 at Noon in Stecker Auditorium

Panel Discussion on November 13: Tackling Our Infant Mortality Crisis

Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications (September-November Publications from PubMed)

Partial Kidney Removal Unnecessary for Certain Duplex Anomalies
Daryl McLeod, MD, MPH, urologist at Nationwide Children's Hospital, is first author of a study demonstrating that children with duplex anomalies of the kidneys may benefit from conservative surgical treatment that is less risky than partial organ removal.

Genetics of Epilepsy Study Currently Underway at Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Jingzhen (Ginger) Yang, PhD, MPH, Receives Award from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Researchers Highly Represented at the World Muscle Society’s 19th Annual Congress in Berlin

All R.E.X and Research Employee Resources Now Located On ANCHOR

Stem Cell Therapies for Necrotizing Enterocolitis
Gail E. Besner, MD, principal investigator in the Center for Perinatal Research, led two studies on promising therapies for necrotizing enterocolitis, the leading cause of death in premature babies.

Viral Respiratory Tract Infections in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Pablo J. Sánchez, MD, principal investigator in the Center for Perinatal Research, is the lead author of a study that supports the need for more respiratory viral testing of NICU infants with suspected sepsis.

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