Dec
20
2016

Global pathology efforts expand to Vietnam

Since 2005, the Department of Pathology & Immunology at Baylor and the Department of Pathology at Texas Children’s Hospital have played an important role in global health initiatives, first in Africa and later extending their outreach to Southeast Asia. The Global Pathology Program at Texas Children’s launched a collaboration with the Vietnam Vascular Anomalies Center Read More…

Dec
13
2016

2016 Texas Children’s Radiothon raises more than half a million dollars

When Desiree Bradley delivered her daughter, she wasn’t sure how long the little girl would survive due to an extremely rare genetic disorder called Jarcho-Levin Syndrome, which affects the spine, ribs and respiratory system. Nine years later, however, Deonc Bradley is a sassy, joyful girl who can periodically be seen bouncing down the halls of Read More…

Dec
13
2016

Pediatric Tower continues to take shape, topping out celebration in February

“We’re on the eighteenth floor of the CVICU and watching the tower every single day make so much progress so quickly, makes us want it right now,” said Jessica Gaustad, a cardiology nurse at Texas Children’s Heart Center. Like Gaustad and so many other Texas Children’s employees, it’s hard not to notice the incredible progress Read More…

Dec
13
2016

Unsung heroes in operating room are key to successful open heart surgeries

When a child has open heart surgery at Texas Children’s Hospital, they receive some of the best care in the country. Our Heart Center, ranked No. 2 in the nation, is equipped with state-of-the art technology, highly trained and skilled surgeons and anesthesiologists, as well as a team of unsung heroes called perfusionists. Perfusionists operate Read More…