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The opportunity to live and practice in a rural setting and pursue the passion that brings new doctors to pediatric medicine distinguishes the UW Pediatric Residency Program.... cont.
A new global initiative, GAPPS, seeks to prevent prematurity and stillbirth.... cont.
Our quality improvement efforts give our clinically focused doctors a chance to publish in academic journals.... cont.
Dr. Dimitri Christakis helps parents help their kids use media in healthy ways.... cont.
We’re giving researchers what they need to improve the health of kids. ... cont.
Clinical care defined Seattle Children’s first 100 years — research defines our second. ... cont.
Partnering with UW and the Hutchinson Center for world-class science. ... cont.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute is a great place to do your life’s work. ... cont.
Dr. Jack McClellan examines commonly prescribed antipsychotic medications.
Dr. Lauri Burroughs is developing promising new treatments for patients with nonmalignant bone marrow failure and immune deficiency disorders.
Can early, aggressive treatment turn off juvenile arthritis?
Dr. Robert Hevner is studying how neurons make connections.
Tim Rose, PhD, and his colleagues are developing sensitive virus assays that have broad specificity and are fast, portable and inexpensive.
Understanding how environment and lifestyle influence childhood obesity.
What role do maternal cells play in the development of pediatric lupus?
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