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Research and Innovation

Our commitment to innovation and cutting-edge clinical research has earned the Herma Heart Center worldwide recognition for pediatric and fetal heart care.

Newborn and Fetal Care Research

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is always striving to provide better care for medically fragile newborns, and research on the most effective treatments is key to accomplishing that goal.

Research in Down syndrome

Clinical research helps us improve the health and wellbeing of our patients by leading to improved interventions for patients with Down syndrome.

Neurosciences research

From testing new treatments for brain tumors and epilepsy to improving surgical techniques, our neuroscientists work to enhance care for children with neurological disorders.

Early stage research

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is among the top centers in the world for the treatment of pediatric cancer, with the capability and resources available to conduct early-phase (Phase I & II) clinical trials.

PHACE Syndrome registry: Research team

PHACE Syndrome registry: Research team

Research and Publications

Research, publications and ongoing projects at the Heart Failure Program at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.

Research and innovation

From testing new treatments for brain tumors and epilepsy to improving surgical techniques, our neuroscientists work to enhance care for children with neurological disorders.

MACC Fund Center

You've just been told your child has cancer or a blood disorder. You're feeling confused and scared. We understand. We'll work with you and take time to answer all of your questions. Place your trust in the cancer and blood disorders specialists in the MACC Fund Center, and you can be sure your child will get the best possible care.

Participate in a clinical trial

Having your child participate in a clinical trial means he or she will have access to treatments not available to the public. This puts your child on the cutting edge of pediatric cancer research. In fact, the development of successful therapies used to treat children with cancer today came from knowledge learned through past clinical trials.

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