The Abigail Wexner Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital has a wealth of resources available to our researchers to ensure they have the tools they need to continue our mission of enhancing the health of children by engaging in high quality, cutting-edge research according to the highest scientific and ethical standards. We invite you to learn more about our resources below.
On-site basic, clinical and general core services offer the latest resources for cutting-edge research support at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Advances in biomedical science place extreme demands on investigators for computational technology. We are working to meet those demands with a comprehensive array of computational services including biostatistics, epidemiologic analysis, database design and technical support.
IT Research and Innovation
RISI works with domain experts, clinical experts, and research talents to create valuable solutions for the organization and our patients.
Innovation and Technology
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is dedicated to developing promising new technologies to advance the practice of pediatric health care.
Finance and Sponsored Projects
The Finance and Sponsored Project Department supports grant and contract funding from the start of a search for funding through the closeout of a project. We know it takes teamwork for a successful project and are prepared to assure our researcher's time is spent focused on the science of research and not administrative details.
Institutional Review Board
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) reviews and provides oversight of all research involving human subjects at Nationwide Children's Hospital and its affiliated institutions. The IRB has the authority to approve, require modifications in, or disapprove all research activities that fall within its jurisdiction.
Pediatrics Nationwide is a blog published by Nationwide Children’s Hospital to advance the conversation on child health. We aspire to be a valued channel for knowledge exchange among pediatric clinicians and researchers. At the heart of our mission is collaboration and knowledge sharing. Our willingness to think differently and work diligently for the best outcomes for the health of all children has led to this endeavor to inform and engage the medical community.