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Golisano Children’s Hospital Earns Funding from NICHD Neonatal Research Network

Golisano Children’s Hospital Earns Funding from NICHD Neonatal Research Network

The Neonatology Division at Golisano Children’s Hospital has been renewed for its second consecutive stint as a part of National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Neonatal Research Network. URMC, in partnership with University at Buffalo, received $1.2 million from the NICHD and is one of just 15 major U.S. intensive care units that belong to the Network. The mission of the Network is to join hospitals together to answer questions about the health of newborn babies that cannot be answered by one hospital alone.

Boy Pushed to the Brink of Death Twice is a ‘Miracle Times Two’

Boy Pushed to the Brink of Death Twice is a ‘Miracle Times Two’

At just 14-months-old, Ryan Stinson lay connected to a ventilator in Golisano Children’s Hospital. His parents, Melanie and Andy, sat there, helpless, by his side in the pediatric intensive care unit, and couldn’t help but have flashbacks to their first extended stay at Golisano Children’s Hospital.

Mother, Son Work Together to Manage Autism

Mother, Son Work Together to Manage Autism

Daniel was 2 when he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. His speech, which had begun promisingly, waned. He began repeating certain behaviors – spinning in place or twirling things in front of his eyes. The next few years were a struggle, as gains would often be erased by regressions, none greater than when his father passed away from leukemia when Daniel was 4.

Boy Inspires Others by Overcoming a Stroke, Sickle Cell Anemia

Boy Inspires Others by Overcoming a Stroke, Sickle Cell Anemia

That hasn’t always been the case, though. All his life, Gary has been living with the pain and complications of sickle cell disease, a serious and lifelong disorder that causes the body to make sickle-shaped red blood cells, which are stiff and sticky. Blood flow in the blood vessels can become blocked anywhere in the body, causing pain, infection, and organ damage.

Baby’s Infectious Spirit Captivates the Hearts of Others Throughout Her Stay in the NICU

Baby’s Infectious Spirit Captivates the Hearts of Others Throughout Her Stay in the NICU

On Dec. 6, 2014, Kinley was born at 34 weeks. Kinley’s heart was on the wrong side of her body and she was missing her pulmonary artery and her right lung. Kinley had a few fusions in her ribcage and her vertebrae. The biggest problem was her esophageal atresia, which caused her esophagus to close in a blind-ended pouch rather than connecting normally to the stomach.