Children's Study Shows Evidence of COVID-19 and MIS-C Biomarker
Increased levels of plasma osteopontin were observed in patients with COVID-19 and multi-system inflammatory condition in children (MIS-C).
Fifth Annual Peach Bowl Touchdowns for Children’s Set to Kick Off
College football fans can support childhood cancer funding by pledging donations throughout the season
NIH Awards Children’s, Emory, Johns Hopkins $27.6M for Pediatric HIV Cure Research
The $5.7 million annual grant is part of the Martin Delaney Collaboratories (MDC) for HIV Cure Research program.
Children's Named a 2021 Top LinkedIn Company in Atlanta
LinkedIn recognizes Children’s in 2021 rankings.
955 WSB Care-a-Thon Celebrates its 21st Annual Event
Radiothon benefits the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Carrying the torch to our future
Children’s appoints torchbearers to light the way to tomorrow.
Childrens Named to List of 100 Best Places to Work in IT
IDG’s Insider Pro and Computerworld recognize Children’s in 2021 rankings.
Children’s and Emory’s Space Experiment Offers Hope for Kids’ Hearts on Earth
Stem cells became beating cardiac cells while aboard NASA’s SpaceX-20 mission.
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Stories of Hope and Innovation from Children’s
Children's announces Arthur M. Blank Hospital
Arthur M. Blank Hospital is a transformative $1.5 billion project that will improve access to specialized pediatric healthcare for Georgia’s children and families.
Children's creates growing 3D-printed heart valves for kids
Children’s researchers are using 3D printing to develop biological heart valves for kids with congenital heart defects.
Patient receives first-ever dose of new peanut allergy treatment
Ian Bicknell, a 13-year-old Children’s food allergy patient, was the first pediatric patient nationwide to receive a groundbreaking peanut allergy treatment.
Surgeons use 3D-printed tracheal splints in groundbreaking surgery
Children’s surgeons performed a surgery with three custom-made splints that biomedical engineers at Georgia Tech helped create using 3D-printing technology.