We investigate essential functions of biological processes and fundamental mechanisms of diseases and disorders affecting children’s health. Our lab-based programs are organized into virtual scientific neighborhoods that promote collaborations.
Our work translates the discoveries of basic science into promising clinical applications. Multidisciplinary teams of researchers collaborate on clinical research on a range of specialties and conditions organized into program areas.
We drive the research on biological, psychological, social, behavioral, and environmental causes and influencers of common and prominent child health problems to generate evidence for clinical and public health interventions.
Our diverse team of researchers are influential leaders in investigating pediatric health issues and diseases, and include physicians, scientists, postdocs, coordinators, statisticians, data analysts, trainees, and others who routinely collaborate with medical centers, academic institutions, and community partners across the globe.
The purpose of this study is to compare the efficacy of EPX-100 against placebo as adjunctive
therapy in patients with Dravet Syndrome.
View full study on ClinicalTrials.gov
Linda C Laux
Stanley Manne Children's Research InstituteLouis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center
303 East Superior StreetChicago, IL 60611