Seattle Children’s Neonatology Program at Harrison Medical Center will allow families in the Kitsap Peninsula area to...
Brown assumes role after serving as interim CIO since April 2015
NIH funds $2 million obesity treatment study at Seattle Children’s Research Institute
12.21.15 — Press Release
Donations from all 50 states are helping expedite immunotherapy research that scientists believe has the ability to cure...
12.3.15 — Press Release
Study shows successful treatment of epilepsy in mouse models within one hour of using drug to target genetic pathway known...
11.30.15 — Press Release
Study in Science Translational Medicine identifies drug target and genetic pathway for graft-versus-host disease, a...
11.3.15 — Press Release
Hayward replaces Jeff Sconyers, who retired earlier this year
9.17.15 — Press Release
The Neonatal Intuitive Feeding TechnologY (NIFTY™ cup) has the potential to save or improve the lives of millions of infants...
9.10.15 — Press Release
Gene therapy research aims to cure pediatric diseases early in life by targeting and repairing the disease-causing genes in...
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6.19.18 — GeekWire
Seattle Children’s is launching BrainChild with the goal of finding better treatments, or even cures, for children with...
6.12.18 — GeekWire
New cancer immunotherapies could revolutionize how we treat the disease, but for many children, those treatments are far out...
6.7.18 — The Sydney Morning Herald
Cleft lip and palate are some of the most common birth defects globally,
affecting 1 in 800 children. A team of Australian...