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Vascular Biology Program

The Vascular Biology Program at Boston Children’s Hospital takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of physiological and pathological processes that are dependent, in some way, on adaptation of the vascular system. The pathologic conditions studied range from life threatening conditions arising from short bowel syndrome in premature infants, to infantile hemangiomas, to AMD, to urinary markers of neoplasia to metastatic cancer....

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Computational Health Informatics Program (CHIP)

Research in the Children's Hospital Informatics Program (CHIP) spans a wide range of problems in biology, medicine and public health. To understand and help solve these problems, we utilize a variety of genomic and proteomic data, as well as individual and population-level disease information, and develop innovative hardware and software technologies....

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Stem Cell Program

Stem Cell Program Boston Children's Hospital believes that stem cell research holds extraordinary potential for the development of therapies that may change the future for the chi...

Neurobiology Program

Neurobiology Program Neurobiology research at Boston Children's Hospital spans multiple departments and disciplines, integrating basic studies of the nervous system with translati...

Ophthalmology Research

A central focus of research in the Department of Ophthalmology has been on retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). Lois Smith's laboratory is investigating the factors that stimulate--and supress--ROP, while Anne Fulton's group is elucidating the role of photoreceptors in ROP....

Laboratory Medicine Research

The Department of Laboratory Medicine consists of four divisions, the Core Laboratory, Infectious Diseases Diagnostic Laboratory, Transfusion Medicine, and Laboratory Support Services, as well as smaller specialty labs....

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Plastic and Oral Surgery Research

The Department of Plastic Surgery has developed a comprehensive basic, translational, and clinical research program in the areas of cleft lip and palate, craniosynostosis, vascular anomalies, congenital hand defects, and adolescent breast issues. The deparmtent also has a separate research laboratory which focuses on cranioplasty, angiogenesis, and vaccum-assisted wound closure. While the research program is focused on developing new techniques and increasing the knowledge of conditions commonly encountered in the department, there is also a large focus on the clinical applicability of the research conducted....

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