Seattle Children’s Research Institute is organized into research centers, each one specializing in areas like immunotherapy, neuroscience and child health and behavior.
Developing innovative treatments to maximize well-being and quality of life for survivors of childhood cancer.
Working with families, communities, schools and healthcare providers to translate research findings into action.
Transforming research into therapies that doctors and patients can use in daily life.
Developing innovative therapies to help the body repair itself at the molecular, cellular, tissue and whole-organ levels.
Translating basic biology into new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent global infectious diseases.
Harnessing the power of the immune system to target life-threatening childhood diseases.
Learning new ways to prevent, treat and potentially cure pediatric neurological disorders.
Designed specifically for nurses, this center advances clinical practice-focused research among Seattle Children’s nurses.
Partnering with companies to transform the work of our researchers into innovative products, devices and medical technologies.
Collaborating to provide educational experiences and access to authentic scientific research for students of all ages.
Linking physicians, researchers and policymakers to advance the knowledge and practice of bioethics.