How the Only Pediatric MS Clinic in Virginia Delivers a Rare Level of Expertise & Care
Virginia's only clinic for children with MS and related disorders offers expert diagnosis, comprehensive care, and clinical research opportunities.
Highlights of 2022’s Updated Safe-Sleep Guidelines for Babies
Rachel Y. Moon, MD, chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, discusses its latest recommendations.
Kids Diagnosed with Severe Hepatitis: What You Need to Know
As part of the its investigation, the CDC is asking healthcare providers nationwide to consider testing for adenovirus in pediatric patients of all ages with hepatitis of unknown origin.
Patient Care Questions? Get Answers from a UVA Provider with New 924-KIDS Hotline
The goal of this new hotline is to connect you to the answers you need right when you need them. Urgent question about a patient's condition? Looking for clarification about discharge orders? We're here to help.
Pioneering Collaborative Optimizes CHD Care Across Virginia
The Virginia Congenital Cardiac Collaborative aims to optimize care and outcomes for children in Virginia with complex congenital heart defects.
Drug Discovery: A Safer, More Accessible Treatment for Recurrent Pediatric T-ALL
UVA Children's pediatric oncology researchers have developed a molecule to block a key determinant of T-ALL cell survival.
UVA Surgeons Are Expanding the Pool of Organs for Kids & Adults With Pediatric Domino Liver Transplant
In lieu of more donors, UVA Children's transplant specialists are bridging the organ gap by innovating new ways to broaden the pool. These complex procedures are improving organ allocation for both kids and adults throughout the region.
UVA is a Global Referral Center for Children Born with Aural Atresia
Aural atresia can inhibit childhood speech development. UVA is one of the only programs in the world restoring hearing to children through canalplasty, an innovative repair surgery.
UVA Children’s at Forefront of Technologies That Signal Early Illness, Prevent Death
An international leader in predictive monitoring, UVA Children’s has developed technologies that improve outcomes for newborns and children.
Harnessing the Power of AI for Our Youngest Patients
UVA Health researchers are using artificial intelligence to advance risk evaluation and treatment options for children with disruptive gastrointestinal disease.