This year several lessons have emerged on not only how to continue research during a crisis, but how to keep it thriving, even in a pandemic.
The Urology Center at CHOC is collaborating with Joshua Mauney, PhD and Jerry D. Choate Presidential Chair in Urology Tissue Engineering in UC Irvine.
Using machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence could make a dramatic difference in diagnosing children with rare diseases.
A first for CHOC, a team led by Dr. Terence Sanger and Dr. Joffre Olaya treats a teen’s movement disorder through deep brain stimulation.
A new app may help reduce pain severity in children during cancer treatment, a recently published pilot study finds.
CHOC currently offers more than 140 clinical trials in varying phases, including multiple pharmaceutical industry-sponsored clinical trials.