Research Communications

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Research Communications, part of the department of Marketing Communications, works to advance the research mission of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles by sharing stories of innovative investigations conducted at The Saban Research Institute. Through our own publications, as well as television, print and radio interviews conducted by the media, we increase public awareness of our scientists and our transformational research programs.

The goal of our work in Research Communications is to reach other members of the scientific community and spark collaboration, alert parents about cutting edge therapies available to their child through clinical trials, introduce philanthropists to the work of our scientists and inspire a love of science in students of all ages.

News Releases

Our most current news releases are provided below.

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  • Michael Pulsipher Joins Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
  • Michael Allen Pulsipher, MD, will join the Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Diseases and the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Blood and Marrow Transplantation at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as head of the Section of Blood and Marrow Transplantation (BMT) and as BMT clinical research chair, effective July 1, 2015.

     

     

  • “Tele-Rounding”: Robots in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Many hospitals lack the resources and patient volume to employ a round-the-clock, neonatal intensive care specialist to treat their youngest and sickest patients. Telemedicine—with real-time audio and video communication between a neonatal intensive care specialist and a patient—can provide access to this level of care.

     

     

  • Zebrafish Provide a Novel Model to Study Short Bowel Syndrome
  • Investigators at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles are providing new hope for babies with short bowel syndrome (SBS) by developing a novel model of SBS in zebrafish, described in a paperpublished online on June 18 by the American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology.

     

     

ResearCHLA

Our annual report, ResearCHLA, covers the accomplishments of our researchers and physician-scientists who work tirelessly to advance the care that is provided at the bedsides of our patients. Read ResearCHLA.

 

 

  


Stay up-to-date with our latest findings and cutting-eduge research efforts in ResearCHLA|Blog.

 

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