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Cincinnati’s six major hospital systems all completed major construction projects or revealed construction plans in 2015, including Cincinnati Children’s. The Clinical Sciences Building completed in June added 445,000 square feet of research space to the medical center. Read more about › Continue Reading

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 › Continue Reading

One of the hallmarks of Cincinnati Children’s is the huge role that research plays in our mission. It is not always obvious, but one way or the other, research impacts almost all of our activities. Researchers who study research (yes, › Continue Reading

In the ongoing commitment to pediatric research, Cincinnati Children’s opened a new 15-story research tower. More than 1,500 physicians, scientists and staff will move into the new building over the summer. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held outside the Clinical › Continue Reading

When Abby Blevins and Isela Leal were invited to collaborate on a piece of artwork that would be placed in Cincinnati Children’s new Clinical Sciences Pavilion, it was an opportunity they couldn’t pass up. The Clinical Sciences Pavilion, to be › Continue Reading

The outer shell of the $180 million Clinical Sciences Building being constructed at Cincinnati Children’s is 75 percent complete. The tower on Albert Sabin Way will encompass 425,000 square feet of space for laboratories, research imaging, offices and a research-focused › Continue Reading