We're seeking answers on behalf of children in Columbus and around the world. Our common goal is discovery and innovation that improves health and quality of life for children and their families.
Our expert faculty in the Abigail Wexner Research Institute work in interdisciplinary centers of emphasis and the Institute of Genomic Medicine. Here, collaboration and clinical-research integration aren’t just ideals, they are our reality. Our faculty scientists focus on a range of scientific areas from basic sciences to quality improvement to applied, patient-oriented research.
The work of our researchers has made us an international leader in pediatric research. Our ideas don’t just get noticed, they get funded. We are ranked in the top 10 for National Institutes of Health funding among free-standing children’s hospitals – further proof of the quality in our ideas and confidence in our ability to improve lives.
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Centers and Institutes
The Research Institute is organized into Centers of Emphasis and the Institute for Genomic Medicine, all of which facilitate interdisciplinary team science by transcending traditional academic boundaries.
- Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine
- Center for Biobehavioral Health
- Center for Cardiovascular Research
- Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases
- Center for Clinical and Translational Research
- Center for Gene Therapy
- The Institute for Genomic Medicine
- Center for Injury Research and Policy
- Center for Innovation in Pediatric Practice
- Center for Microbial Pathogenesis
- Center for Perinatal Research
- Center for Regenerative Medicine
- Center for Vaccines and Immunity
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The Most Impressive Research Facilities Anywhere
From cascades of natural light to laboratories designed for collaboration, every detail has been considered in the construction of our research facilities. As one of America’s largest freestanding pediatric research centers, we are meeting the increased demand by adding a fourth research building to our campus. This will support our efforts to speed discoveries from bench to bedside.