Drug for Food Allergies FDA Approved
After a clinical trial Children’s and Emory participated in, the FDA approved omalizumab for one or more food allergies in patients as young as 1 year.
Strong4Life Selected as CDC SPAN Grant Collaborating Partner in Statewide Efforts to Transform Childhood Health
The recognition will fund efforts to address health disparities related to poor nutrition, physical inactivity, and obesity
Emory Pediatrics in Top 5 for NIH Funding
Children’s academic partner is ranked no. 5 for NIH funding among pediatric departments nationwide and has received the most extramural funding in its history.
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Named One of the Best Places to Work in IT
Recognized for driving technology innovations in pediatric healthcare
Egleston Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Receives Level of Care IV Designation for the State’s Most Critically Ill Newborns
Egleston Hospital NICU is the first and only verified level IV NICU in Georgia
Children's Recognized for Digital Excellence as a 2023 Digital Health Most Wired Survey Recipient
Award honors technology innovations that make anything possible for kids
Scottish Rite Hospital Receives Second Prestigious Magnet® Designation
Hospital earns highest international distinction for excellence in nursing care for the 2nd time
Measuring Children’s Looking Behavior Yields New Tool to Help Diagnose Autism Earlier, Research Shows
Three clinical studies of more than 1,500 children tested whether objective measurements can help diagnose children with autism before the age of three years
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