Research

  • Network specialist recognised for pivotal work in cancer survivorship

    For more than two decades, Prof Richard Cohn has treated children and their families at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick. This month, the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) awarded Prof Cohn the prestigious Ashleigh Moore Award at the annual COSA Survivorship Group conference in Sydney.

  • Introducing peanuts to your child’s diet

    A recent study completed by a number of Sydney Children’s Hospital Network researchers is encouraging parents to introduce egg and peanuts to their child early to prevent food allergies.

  • Help for chronic genetic conditions

    The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation have recognised Allied Health as a key focus area for 2019, with allied health research projects receiving two out of five Research Starter Grants.
  • Meet Dr Evie, our new virtual assistant

    “Dr Evie was encouraging, almost empathetic! It was good that someone pre-empted the likelihood that the program may not be followed completely that well and that subsequent visits reinforced previous advice”, said a hospital parent.
  • Spring treatment for craniosynostosis

    The skull bones are made up of ‘plates’ that protect the brain and allow it space to grow. Sometimes, the plates of a baby’s skull fuse too early.

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