CHOC joins NIH-funded study aimed to evaluate if home sleep studies can be used in children for behavioral sleep training and OSA treatment.
Rare mitochondrial diseases are the focus of Feb. 10 virtual CureARS event
The upcoming webinar is open to the public, and will share the latest developments in the battle against rare mtARS mitochondrial diseases.
Leukemia stopped her in her tracks, but not her willingness to participate in oncology studies
A CHOC AYA oncology patient uses her experience to give back to others by participating in ongoing cancer research and clinical trials.
Dr. Terrie Inder spearheads newborn research program at CHOC
Renowned neonatal-perinatal researcher Dr. Terrie Inder inspires discovery at CHOC as the new chair of the Center of Neonatal Research.
Pediatric brain tumors: A molecular era
In a recent talk, a CHOC pediatric oncologist discussed trends, challenges and advancements for treating brain tumors in kids.
Fetal Care Center team gives newborn with very rare congenital heart condition a fighting chance
The multidisciplinary, expert fetal team from CHOC and UCI gives infants, like Damian with ectopia cordis, the best chance at survival.