Prune Belly Syndrome, Linda A. Baker, M.D.
At Children's Health℠, we see beyond today's treatments. We embrace a vision for a brighter future and diligently pursue research into better treatments, and ultimately cures, for the most devastating conditions our young patients face.
Current research at Children's Health led by UT Southwestern faculty focuses on a number of critical areas in pediatric health, including cancer treatment and prevention, cardiothoracic surgery, neonatology, kidney disease, infectious disease, pharmacology, sickle cell disease, and psychiatry.
Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) is a unique joint venture with a distinct integrative approach to research which builds upon the comprehensive clinical expertise of Children’s Health℠ and the internationally recognized scientific excellence of UT Southwestern Medical Center. Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern was established in 2011 with a mission to perform transformative biomedical research and better understand the biological basis of disease, seeking breakthroughs that can change scientific fields and yield new strategies for treating disease.
Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern’s enhanced collaboration with UT Southwestern translates scientific advances into outstanding patient care and continues to jointly push the frontiers of pediatric medicine.