News

  • $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. 

  • 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.
  • Queen’s Birthday honours for staff at Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network

    Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN) is made up of people who are passionate and dedicated to making a difference to the lives of sick children and their families. This year's Queen's Birthday Honour List recognises four of those people for their outstanding contribution to the community and paediatric health.

  • Crazy socks spread an important message

    On your way to work today or perhaps through the corridors around the hospitals, you may have seen bright and colourful socks peeping through. These crazy socks represent a very important message and reminder.

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