New Cincinnati Children’s research wing is big news for medical innovation
The new Clinical Sciences Pavilion, which opened last summer, is a major investment in the future of research and innovation at Cincinnati Children’s. The exciting work being done there will lead to new innovation benefiting patients, attracting more top talent to Cincinnati Children’s, and contributing to the larger Cincinnati innovation ecosystem.
“This new facility will significantly expand our initiatives in basic, translational, clinical, quality improvement and population-health based research,” says Margaret Hostetter, MD, chair of pediatrics and director of the Research Foundation at Cincinnati Children’s. “We’re now better positioned for future growth in exploring critical areas such as new diagnostics, targeted therapies and the root causes of infant mortality and pediatric disease.”
Learn more about the research efforts in the Clinical Science Pavilion on Soapbox Cincinnati.