Jul
20
2015

Bench and Bedside – June Digest

Bench and Bedside is a digest of the previous month’s stories about the clinical and academic activities of our physicians and scientists. We welcome your subsmissions and feedback. June 30 Blaney’s vision for SAIF helps advance research from bench to bedside Texas Children’s Small Animal Imaging Facility (SAIF) at the Feigin Center has helped advance Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Hour-long documentary on Mata conjoined twins to air on Discovery Life Channel

Texas Children’s is spotlighted in an hour-long documentary about Knatalye Hope and Adeline Faith Mata, who were born conjoined on April 11, 2014 at Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women. An elite surgical team at Texas Children’s Hospital successfully separated the twins 10 months later. Both girls are doing well and are with their family in Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Department of Surgery makes great strides 2010-2015

Since Dr. Charles D. Fraser Jr. was made surgeon in chief five years ago, he has taken a morning each year to formally talk about the successes, challenges and goals of the Department of Surgery. This year’s talk happened July 10 in the packed Texas Children’s Hospital auditorium and focused on how far the department Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Employees benefit from massage therapy at Pavilion for Women

As a neonatal nurse at Texas Children’s Newborn Center, Brittany Gonzalez spends most of her day on her feet doing what she loves – taking care of sick infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. “At the end of my 13-hour shift, my feet are tired,” Gonzalez said. “When I get massages, it soothes my Read More…

Jul
14
2015

Q&A: Wendy Knight, March 2015 Employee

Wendy Knight from Kangaroo Crew transport team is the latest Texas Children’s Super Star employee. “What makes one person standout from another is the little things,” said Knight. “It’s not only doing your job, but trying to put a smile on a little one’s face in one of the worst times of their lives.” Read Read More…