Advancing Pediatric Anesthesiology Through Research
Pediatric anesthesiology research is a relatively new phenomenon. But one clinician-scientist believes it is the key to bringing the field into the "big leagues" of evidence-based medicine.
Big Data: Ride the Bandwagon, Sell Hot Dogs at the Show, or Jump Out of the Way?
Big Data has big potential. But can it truly tell you what you want to know?
Early Detection of Bipolar Spectrum Disorders in High-Risk Children
A new study finds key symptoms are associated with the development of bipolar disorder among children of parents with the condition.
Illuminating Vasospasm in Children with Traumatic Brain Injury
Understanding reasons for dangerous vessel constriction following brain injury may help define treatment or prevention options.
Bacterial or Viral? New Technique to Clear Muddy Waters
Transcriptional profiling could help reduce inappropriate administration of antibiotics for lower respiratory infections in hospitalized patients.
Speeding Up the Genome Analysis Process
New software analyzes human genomes faster than other available technologies, empowering population-scale genomic analysis.
Cholesterol Screening: What’s the Right Approach?
The jury is still out on whether universal testing of children is a good thing.
How to Build and Lead a Successful Medical Department
Fostering an environment that supports evidence-based medicine, professional development and equal footing for clinician-researchers is a critical challenge for medical leadership.