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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute represents the most powerful concentration of pediatric research in the region, making a real impact on improving the quality of life for children with chronic health conditions.

About Children's Research Institute

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute is the most powerful concentration of pediatric research in the region.

Children’s Research Institute

Life-saving discoveries and cures. New and better treatments. Healthier and happy kids. Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute works hard to achieve all of this and more, advancing state-of-the-art pediatric health care through translational research programs.

We invite you to read our stories to learn about our latest research in cancer, heart care, diabetes and more.

Individualized Medicine Institute

The Individualized Medicine Institute is bringing genetics to the clinic to deliver the most accurate diagnoses, the best therapies and personalized care.

Kidney disease research

As a Research Center of Excellence in Pediatric Nephrology, our kidney disease research program is expediting new treatments for thousands of children.

Sickle Cell Research Program

The Sickle Cell Research Program at Children’s Research Institute and the Medical College of Wisconsin is one of 11 sites funded by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute.

Neurology 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.

Nursing research

Nursing researchers play a critical role in advancing evidence-based practice by studying everything from pain to sedation protocols.

News Release: Child Abuse Research, Lynn Sheets, MD, medical director, Child Protection Center

Mar. 11, 2013 - Findings of the "Sentinel Injuries in Infants Evaluated for Child Physical Abuse" study were published online today in Pediatrics and show relatively minor injuries can precede more severe physical abuse in infants. The research was led by principal investigator Lynn K. Sheets, MD, medical director, Child Protection Center, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, and associate professor of pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Research projects for developmental vascular biology

Specific research projects being conducted by the developmental vascular biology unit in the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute
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