Feb
20
2018

Wallace Tower plaque unveiling, ukulele choir ‘officially’ dedicate building

Texas Children’s President and CEO Mark Wallace recently enjoyed an intimate surprise celebration in the building that bears his name. Last week, a few leaders, staff members and Texas Children’s ukulele choir joined him for the unveiling of a new plaque, which officially dedicates the building in his honor. “Thank you so very much for Read More…

Feb
20
2018

Clinical Research Center/Research Resources Office presents research award to Dr. Daniel Leung

The Clinical Research Center/Research Resources Office presented the Clinical Research Award for First Quarter 2018 to Dr. Daniel Leung, associate professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition where he serves as Director of Clinical Research. This award was established by the Clinical Research Center in collaboration with the Research Resources Office Read More…

Feb
20
2018

Pediatric cancer champions walk runway to raise funds for Cancer Center

On February 9, more than 350 guests joined event chairs Sidney Faust, Judi McGee, Elsie Eckert and Scott Basinger for the 10th annual Celebration of Champions fashion show and luncheon at the River Oaks Country Club. The event featured a fashion show with pediatric cancer survivors from Texas Children’s Cancer Center walking the runway with Read More…

Feb
20
2018

Child Life airs first live broadcast revealing the gender of new therapy dog

IT’S A GIRL! Elsa now has a little sister. Texas Children’s first therapy dog, is not the hospital’s only female, four-legged, furry friend. A new therapy dog will be arriving at the end of the month, and Child Life just announced that it will be a GIRL. The gender reveal was broadcast live through ZTV, Read More…

Feb
20
2018

In memoriam: Legacy author Betsy Parish

Elizabeth Ellen “Betsy” Parish, journalist and author of Texas Children’s history book, Legacy: 50 Years of Loving Care, Texas Children’s Hospital, 1954-2004, died at her home on Tuesday, February 13. At 71, she left behind a legacy of her own with her passion for documenting and preserving the history of health care in Houston. Parish Read More…