Research at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin improves care for patients

Every year Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin conducts hundreds of research studies to help prevent and cure childhood diseases. The research also helps to improve the quality of life for children and their families.

At Children’s Hospital our focus is on translational research. This means taking findings from the lab and applying them to new therapies to benefit patients in our hospitals and clinics. The research in the lab directly impacts how kids are being treated for childhood diseases from early diagnosis to new and improved therapies.

Current research includes:

For more information about additional research, read the 2011 Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute Annual Report.

Elizabeth Bedwell~ Elizabeth Bedwell, vice president of Research Administration, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute is the only entity of its kind in the region advancing pediatric medical research for children in Wisconsin and beyond.

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