Seattle Children's partners with 2 Seattle healthcare organizations to create a feeding device that could save babies in low-resource areas.
Dr. Timothy Cox is on the trail of the genetic and environmental factors that cause cleft lip and palate. His goal is to prevent them.
Results from our 10-year study help predict which children with craniosynostosis are at risk for learning deficits – so they get help early.
Surgery developed at Seattle Children’s treats Apert syndrome more effectively, including the “look” of this syndromic craniosynostosis.