Research helps answer a question. At Children’s, our research studies try to answer questions about the health of infants, toddlers, adolescents and teens. Some involve a medical treatment, such as a medicine, a medical instrument or a test, while others may focus on a technique or clinical process.
By using what we discover through clinical trials and studies, we provide quality care to children and help ensure that doctors and staff at Children’s—as well as medical professionals nationwide—are informed about the most current treatments.
We work with neighboring academic and scientific institutions to answer questions about the most difficult childhood medical conditions through research, including:
- Emory University School of Medicine
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Morehouse School of Medicine
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention