At Reverse Project Pitch Night, physicians, clinicians and industry representatives describe their concepts for new medical devices.
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.
CHOC, University Lab Partners establish unique training program for the next generation of biotech innovators
A joint effort from CHOC and ULP is aimed at inspiring Orange County high school students to become the next generation of biotech innovators.
Asymptomatic healthcare workers in a community with a low COVID-19 prevalence who undergo daily screenings are unlikely to be carriers.
A CHOC study could determine how many patient-facing clinicians and staff in its emergency department have COVID-19 fighting antibodies.