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.
Single-ventricle palliation for high-risk neonates: The emergence of an alternative hybrid stage I strategy
Surgical Outcomes, Patient Safety, Access to Care, Quality of Care
Effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on presentation and severity of traumatic injury due to physical child abuse across US children's hospitals.
Medical Simulation, Emergency Medicine Training
Association of triage hypothermia with in-hospital mortality among patients in the emergency department with suspected sepsis
Demystifying the CT Radiation Dose Sheet
Submacular choroiditis in common variable immunodeficiency associated with a pathogenic mutation in the tumor necrosis factor gene.
Herpes Simplex Virus, Encephalitis, Neurologic Infection
Infant Development, Health Policy, Health Services Research, Medical Education, Access to Health Care and Health Equity, Child Health Advocacy
Targeted Temperature Management Protocol in a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit: A Quality Improvement Project.
Liver Transplantation, Liver Failure, Health Outcomes, Immunosuppression Withdrawal
Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Children with Inherited Liver Disease and Native Liver.
Quality of Care, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Epidemiology
An Operational Framework to Study Diagnostic Errors in Emergency Departments: Findings From A Consensus Panel.
Stanley Manne Children's Research InstituteLouis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center
303 East Superior StreetChicago, IL 60611