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Researchers have announced a groundbreaking advance in treating previously inoperable brain tumors. With this new technique, thought to be a tumor monorail of sorts, researchers can now transport cancer cells using nanotechnology to a new location on the surface of the skull.  
Feb. 24, 2014



An innovative clinical trial using the science of "personalized" cellular therapy is treating older adolescents and adults suffering from Crohn's disease. Physician-researchers at Emory University and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta are harvestRead More...
Dec. 16, 2013



A new five-story, 200,000-square-foot Health Sciences Research Building will be dedicated Thursday, Oct. 24 at Emory University. More than half the facility will be devoted to pediatric research through the Emory-Children’s Pediatric Research Center, a partnership between the Department of Pediatrics in Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Oct. 23, 2013



Researchers at Emory University School of Medicine and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta have made a leap forward in understanding how HIV “gets dressed” in the human cells it has taken over.
April 1, 2013



Researchers at Marcus Autism Center, Emory University, and Yale University have discovered a new way to measure how engaged people are with what they’re watching. The new method relies on measuring the precise timing of when people blink, and when they don’t.
Dec. 12, 2011



IBM and the Georgia Institute of Technology today announced a new research initiative that will apply advanced systems modeling and large-scale data analytics capabilities to integrate traditionally disparate data that affects health.
Oct. 27, 2011



Emory-Children’s Pediatric Research Center, a partnership between Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University, was recently selected as a new Pediatric Heart Network (PHN) core site for clinical research.
Aug. 1, 2011



Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University have received a $4 million gift from the Zeist Foundation, an organization that seeks opportunities to leverage its investments in organizations that are innovative, collaborative and sustainable in serving children, youth and families.
July 28, 2011



The Emergency Nurses Association recently announced that Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite was one of 20 recipients of the first-ever Lantern Awards.
July 1, 2011



Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is one of only 12 sites across the United States enrolling patients in a national clinical research trial which, for the first time is the United States, is using an investigational liver cell infusion to treat urea cycle disorders (UCDs) in children.
June 2, 2011