Our research has improved the health of children. A century ago, children routinely died of infections and nutritional deficiencies. A little over a decade ago there were very few treatment options for childhood cancer, premature birth, and congenital heart or brain diseases. Although our research has made significant strides in these areas, our work is far from finished. Now our challenge is to help young patients live healthier lives as they move into adulthood. Our goals for the future are to prevent childhood diseases, limit complications from treatment, and effectively manage chronic illnesses.
Pediatrics Research Celebration Day
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Paul A. Offit, M.D., co-inventor of the rotavirus vaccine, delivered the Gilbert B. Forbes Scholar Lecture, "How to Communicate Science to the Public—or Die Trying." The celebration also included a scientific poster session and an evening community reception with a mini talk and open discussion.
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