• Biomedical engineer wins top science award

    Dr Tegan Cheng, Biomedical Engineer, scientist and Group Leader of the EPIC Lab in Kids Research at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, is the recipient of the 2021 Young Tall Poppy Science Award.

  • New centre set to transform treatment for sick kids

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) and Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) are announcing the establishment of the Australian Genome Therapeutics Centre (AGTC), a collaborative effort which will transform the treatment of children with serious inherited diseases and provide hope to many more.
  • A lick, a kick and then a trip to hospital - Dog bites and children

    In the last decade, 356 children have been admitted to Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick with dog bite injuries, and alarmingly, in 49 per cent of cases the injuries were inflicted by the family pet.

  • World-first guidelines to improve outcomes for children following cancer

    World-first guidelines launched to manage long-term communication problems will help improve the quality of life for children following cancer treatment.
  • Meet Victoria Sinka

    Victoria Sinka is a Research Assistant in the ARDAC Kidney Health Study at the Centre for Kidney Research, based in Kids Research, SCHN. Victoria is of Aboriginal, Australian Southsea Islander and Maltese descent.