David Mansur, MD, discusses the basics of radiation oncology emphasizing proton therapy.
Avroy Fanaroff, MD, FRCPE, FRCPCH, one of neonatology’s giants chronicles the early challenges and successes experienced by neonatologists when the subspecialty was first forming in the 1960’s and discusses where he sees the field shifting ...
University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s and Nationwide Children’s hospitals have celebrated a year of growth in its collaboration to advance pediatric and adult congenital heart care services in Northeast Ohio.
John Letterio, MD, gives a tour of Angie’s Institute at one of the leading institutions in the world for the care of children, teens and young adults with cancer.
Duncan Stearns, MD, treats children, teens and young adults with life-threatening conditions, such as brain tumors.
Tej Pareek, PhD, is a scientist looking for cures for pediatric and AYA cancers, such as osteosarcoma.
Sanjay Ahuja, MD, a leading pediatric hematologist/oncologist at Angie’s Institute at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, talks about the strong bond that forms with patients, such as Isaiah, who needs lifelong treatment for hemophilia.
Alex Huang, MD, assists his patients while also running an onsite research lab. The goal: to radically improve the way we treat cancer in children, teens and young adults by using our best defense – the immune system.
Peter de Blank, MD, is searching for a cure for neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1), an, inherited neurological disorder that affects 1 in 3,000 children.
Dr. David Mansur, and Dr. Krystal Tomei, discuss the newly unveiled Proton Therapy Center.
Motivated by the desire to provide the best cardiac outcomes for patients and families, nationally recognized congenital heart experts Mark Galantowicz, MD, FACS, Timothy Feltes, MD, FACC, and Christopher Snyder, MD, FAAP, are leading ...
John Letterio, MD, has assembled an all-star pediatric oncology team, and their radical approach is producing results and improving outcomes.
Cliff A. Megerian, MD, FACS, and Gail Murray, PhD, perform a bilateral sequential cochlear implant procedure on a three-year-old male.
Steven L. Shein, MD, examines the origins of traditional maintenance fluids, why these might not be appropriate for patients and the relationship between fluid choices and sodium levels.
Aparna Bole, MD, highlights sustainability initiatives within the University Hospitals system, discusses climate change and public health and details links to preventative and population health.
Joseph R. Calabrese, MD, examines how mental disorders typically present in children and young adults, the trajectories of the childhood behavior and pervasive developmental disorders and the impact on overall health and life expectancy.
Faruk Orge, MD, and Douglass Rhee, MD, discuss Pediatric Innovation Day.