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October 01, 2007

2007-10-01 Research Members of the Media: please click to download photo of Dr. Dimitri Christakis. Photo caption: Lead researcher Dr. Dimitri Christakis works with study blocks. Photo courtesy of Seattle Children's Hospital Research Institute. Low Res JPEG (35Kb), High Res TIFF (17.1Mb) Ter

Members of the Media: please click to download photo of Dr. Dimitri Christakis.

Christakis

Photo caption: Lead researcher Dr. Dimitri Christakis works with study blocks.
Photo courtesy of Seattle Children's Hospital Research Institute.

Low Res JPEG (35Kb), High Res TIFF (17.1Mb)

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Located in downtown Seattle’s biotech corridor, Seattle Children’s Research Institute is pushing the boundaries of medical research to find cures for pediatric diseases and improve outcomes for children all over the world. Internationally recognized investigators and staff at the research institute are advancing new discoveries in cancer, genetics, immunology, pathology, infectious disease, injury prevention and bioethics, among others. As part of Seattle Children’s Hospital, the research institute brings together leading minds in pediatric research to provide patients with the best care possible. Seattle Children’s serves as the primary teaching, clinical and research site for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine, which consistently ranks as one of the best pediatric departments in the country. For more information, visit http://www.seattlechildrens.org/research.

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