CHOC participates in an ongoing innovative study on ovarian tissue transplantation that can help cancer patients have children in the future.
Sumiko Abe uses her vast experience to help clinicians view the best possible images of the brain to influence treatment plans.
As a part of CHOC’s Wave Thinker Collaborative, an innovation program, associates present ideas to solve challenges in pediatric healthcare.
Developed by CHOC and UC Irvine, a new way to control pediatric seizures uses densely spaced electrodes to map high-frequency oscillations.
CHOC doctors led a study that helped garner authorization by the FDA of a digital diagnosis aid that will help to diagnose autism.
The app is designed to make speech therapy more engaging, convenient, and interactive for both clinicians and patients by utilizing a game.