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Leading pediatric research and care with innovative basic laboratory, translational, and clinical research programs spanning all pediatric divisions and subspecialties.
The Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences' research aims to improve the immediate health and developmental trajectory of children.
Encompassing dynamic clinical, laboratory-based, and translational research programs to discern the mechanisms of pediatric diseases.
The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics (DBHi) explores how data, technology, and knowledge converge to improve scientific research and patient care.
Identifying and understanding the genetic basis of pediatric disease, discovering the natural history of genetic diseases, and developing novel therapeutic approaches.
Advancing state-of-the-art cancer investigation and care for children through a world-renowned, integrated basic, translational, and clinical research environment.
LiBI conducts research in children, adolescents, and adults to study how brain and behavior change over time and in response to illness, with a focus on risk and resilience factors. Areas of research include behavior, cognition, environmental risk, genetics, neuroimaging, and animal models.
The Tsui Laboratory integrates healthcare and patient data and develops end-to-end real-time artificial intelligence decision support systems to impact hospital staff, patients, and public health by decreasing costs, morbidity and mortality, and to increase efficiency and quality of care.
Providing an innovative program focused on the molecular genetic basis of disease.
Improving cure rates and decreasing side effects for children, adolescents, and young adults.