News

  • Making the most of staying home with your kids

    Physical distancing and staying at home is essential to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities but there is no denying that it also has its challenges.

  • Gene therapy research a breakthrough for children with SMA

    New research conducted by Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) has found that gene therapy may provide an effective and life-changing treatment for children diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a devastating and fatal genetic condition.

  • Stay at home orders and changes to visitor guidelines

    As an essential health care service, our hospitals and health services will continue to provide care to children and families, when they need us most. Our Emergency Department is open 24/7 and all elective and emergency surgery will continue as normal.

  • $50m funding boost unites research and care in new neuro-science facility

    A brand new paediatric neuro-science care centre is set to open as part of the Sydney Children’s Hospital Stage 1 redevelopment project, thanks to a further $50 million cash injection by the NSW Government.

  • Genomic revolution "more than a dream" - top Ideas Grant awarded

    Gene therapy has taken centre stage at this year's NHMRC Research Excellence Awards Dinner, with Professor Ian Alexander taking out the 2020 top-ranked Ideas Grant for his innovative genetic research project. 

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