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Seattle Children’s surgeon Dr. Tom Lendvay is helping UW engineers develop a portable surgical system that can be operated remotely.
Our quality improvement efforts give our clinically focused doctors a chance to publish in academic journals.
Dr. Linda Quan and Elizabeth Bennett put Seattle Children’s at the center of efforts to prevent open-water drowning deaths.
A new global initiative, GAPPS, seeks to prevent prematurity and stillbirth.
Dr. Dimitri Christakis helps parents help their kids use media in healthy ways.
Dr. Janet Englund played a dual role in the effort to prevent H1N1.
Science Adventure Lab hits the road to inspire careers in science.
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.
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