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Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) has made a commitment to both basic science and clinical research in an ongoing effort to unravel the complex underpinnings of diseases that affect children. This commitment keeps CHOC at the leading edge of technology, meaning children seen at CHOC benefit from the latest in scientific thinking with access to the most up-to-date treatment options. Research laboratories at CHOC support a variety of basic science, translational, and clinical research studies.

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    CHOC’s Research Administration office is a valuable resource for the CHOC community, providing expertise and highly specialized services in the important area of research management.
     
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Hyundai Donation - Hope on Wheels Hyundai Donation - Hope on Wheels
Hope On Wheels and Hyundai Motor America presented the second installment of a $10 million commitment to CHOC Children’s to fund groundbreaking cancer research at the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC Children’s.
Dr. Diane Nugent, Medical Director, Hematology Dr. Diane Nugent, Medical Director, Hematology
Dr. Diane Nugent reveals that CHOC is able to launch tecnology not available anywhere else in the United states for monitoring sick children.
Genomic Cancer Research: Dr. Sender, CHOC Children's Genomic Cancer Research: Dr. Sender, CHOC Children's
In this segment of American Health Journal, Dr. Leonard Sender, Medical Director of Hyundai Cancer Insititute at CHOC Children's, explains genomic cancer research and how identifying the specific medicines that work on a child's disease is a challenge.
Dr. Phil Schwartz, Director of National Human Neural Stem Cell Research Dr. Phil Schwartz, Director of National Human Neural Stem Cell Research
Phil Schwartz, PhD, speaks about using stem cell research to understand the disease of autism.
Autism Research: Dr. Schwartz, CHOC Children's Autism Research: Dr. Schwartz, CHOC Children's
In this segment of American Health Journal, Dr. Phil Schwartz, CHOC Children's, explains how autism is currently is being diagnosed and how new new research may lead to diagnosing the disorder with a simple blood test.
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  • Dr. Philip Schwartz Discusses Autism Research
    Thu, 27 Feb 2014 10:00:12 GMT

    Researchers are studying autism, a brain disease, by turning skin cells into brain cells through genetic manipulation, Philip Schwartz, Ph.D., a senior scientist at CHOC Children’s Research Institute, tells “American Health Journal.” Scientists are using these cells with a goal to develop drug therapies for autism, as well as a diagnostic tool for the disorder, […]

    The post Dr. Philip Schwartz Discusses Autism Research appeared first on CHOC Docs Blog.


  • New Technique Reduces Post-Surgery Pain in Children
    Mon, 16 Dec 2013 20:32:15 GMT

    CHOC Children’s researchers have identified a new technique that significantly decreases pain and the need for pain medication in children following high-risk urology surgeries, a finding that was recently published in the “Journal of Pediatric Urology.” “While pain management is a fundamental part of pediatric surgical recovery and care for pediatric patients, current options involve […]

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  • Curiosity Drives Infectious Diseases Research
    Thu, 20 Sep 2012 23:39:24 GMT

    A CHOC Children’s investigator-initiated trial into neonates with necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) has discovered key microbial and survival differences in patients who develop blood stream infections. These findings may help explain why premature infants with intestinal pathology experience more complications and higher mortality rates. CHOC Infectious Diseases Medical Director Antonio Arrieta, M.D., and his team have […]

    The post Curiosity Drives Infectious Diseases Research appeared first on CHOC Docs Blog.


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