Tag Archive: research

Our doctors and clinical teams are continually involved in research aimed at determining the causes and most effective treatments for health conditions that impact children. Often, this research involves clinical trials of diagnostic and treatment options that offer great promise, but are not yet widely available. Dr. Amy Harper and Research Coordinator Kathy O’Hara in our neurology team are involved in clinical trials for pediatric muscular dystrophy treatments. On Friday,... View Article

Jul 2 2018

Our team of doctors, nurses, researchers and health care professionals are dedicated to making life better for kids. We aren’t just caring for their immediate needs, but researching advancements to pave the way for healthy futures. We’re excited to announce the following research grant funding received in August 2017: Care Connection for Children Jennifer Accardo, MD Virginia Department of Health $905,723 Developmental pediatrics Pasquale Accardo, MD Virginia Department of Health... View Article

Sep 1 2017

Q&A with Seth Corey, new chief of hematology and oncology, on the role of zebrafish in medical research and more Seth Corey, MD, MPH, joined Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU (CHoR) and VCU Massey Cancer Center in October 2015 as the chief of the Division of Hematology, Oncology and Stem Cell Transplantation. He is also the inaugural Children’s Hospital Foundation Endowed Chair in Pediatric Cancer Research, which is funded by... View Article

Jul 7 2016

The week of May 2, 2016 marks the second annual Clinical Trials Awareness Week. During this week, national and local patient advocacy organizations, medical societies, research institutions and others join the Coalition for Clinical Trial Awareness to raise public awareness about the benefits of clinical trials. As part of an academic medical center, CHoR recognizes the important contributions of the many clinical trial researchers and participants here and at other... View Article

May 2 2016

As a parent, it is very likely that at some point you’ll receive information about the opportunity to enroll your child in a clinical trial or research study. Clinical trials study new and promising treatments for serious illnesses like cancer or chronic conditions like allergies, while research studies focus on gathering information for analysis. Whether you have a child experiencing a medical issue and your child’s doctor approaches you about... View Article

Jan 12 2016

Making new discoveries that improve understanding and treatment of childhood diseases is an important part of CHoR’s mission. Dr. Henry Rozycki, CHoR’s Vice Chair for Research, answers some common questions about research studies and how research affects health care. What are research studies and why are they important to pediatric care? Research is the process of gathering and analyzing information to answer a question. A research study is the process... View Article

Dec 12 2015