When clinicians from around the world ask how pediatric care will look in ten, twenty or thirty years, they turn to Children's. Often, they'll find tomorrow's treatments finding their first successes right here, right now. We believe that the past century's revolution in understanding disease is only the beginning, and that there are more effective and safer ways to care for children. That's why we won’t ever stop:
- pushing the boundaries of knowledge through research
- advancing science-driven care through innovation
"I'm not a researcher or clinician-scientist. How do I fit in?"
You'll find some of the brightest minds and biggest hearts at all levels of our institution. But not one of them turned an innovative idea into reality, or an ill child into a healthy one, on their own. From the food service professional who serves a patient their nutritious breakfast, to the neuroradiologist who performs her CT scan later that day, everyone has a hand in our success. The same is true in our research labs, where everyone from principal investigator to technician can take pride in our breakthroughs.
So whatever your skills, bring them to Children's and tell the world that you're changing medicine.