The National Institutes of Health is continuing support of research at the Wayne State University School of Medicine that will investigate a novel benefit-risk analysis for the presurgical evaluation of pediatric drug-resistant focal epilepsy. Learn more about this two million dollar grant.
The National Institutes of Health is supporting a Wayne State University School of Medicine physician-researcher's work at preventing and treating cerebral palsy in the form of two new five-year R01 grants worth a collective $5.59 million. Learn more here.
Research Day 2023 was a success with 16 presentations!
On May 17th, we had topics that ranged from Vaccine Acceptance in HIV+ Youth, Is air pollution an environmental risk for pediatric neurological syndromes in Detroit?, Clinical Characteristics of Children with Diabetic Ketoacidosis in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Barriers to Epinephrine Auto-injector Use, and much more!
We hope to see you May 8th 2024!