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Our adolescent medicine specialists conduct collaborative research on a range of topics related to the health and development of adolescents.
We conduct basic, translational, and clinical research to develop more effective means of treating pediatric hematologic disorders and malignancies.
Members of our Division of Cardiology have wide-ranging research interests and work with collaborators throughout the department, medical center, and beyond.
Geneticists in the Department of Pediatrics have collaborative work ongoing with investigators in a large number of divisions, departments, and institutes at CUIMC.
Our multidisciplinary research in infectious diseases and immunology ranges from analysis of microbial communities and evolution, to vaccine development, testing, and safety issues.
Our researchers conduct basic and translational studies of cell and organ injury and repair with the goal of lessening or reversing the effects of disease and trauma in children.
We are involved in a number of multidisciplinary projects designed to understand and address conditions that affect the liver and gastrointestinal tract.
We are working to understand conditions that diminish lung function including asthma, CF, and prematurity, and to develop more effective treatments for them.
Pediatrics faculty members are conducting multidisciplinary research in several areas related to nutrition and metabolism including pediatric obesity, nutrition and cancer, and diabetes.