Child Health Research Center

At the Child Health Research Center, we support scientists engaged in basic and clinical research for the purpose of discovering innovative therapies for childhood diseases.

We bridge the gap between the laboratory and the bedside with cutting-edge research that improves the lives of children.

The mission of the center is to foster cutting edge research that improves the lives of children. The Center will comprise research administration, support, laboratory and core facilities in the MR-4 research building, as well as clinical research facilities in the new Battle Building. We expect that the Center will continue to grow and develop with the addition of investigators and support over the coming years.

 

Increase STEM Engagement in URM/POC Communities at the Elementary School Level

Please help us raise funds for this project, our goal is $30,000 which will cover supplies for children from all SIX Cville City Schools for the ENTIRE year!

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Major Step Toward Growing Kidney Cells That Produce Blood Vessels

Researchers at the Pediatric Center of Excellence in Nephrology at UVA have identified the cells that give rise to the blood vessels within the kidney.

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Featured News & Events

32nd Annual Research Symposium

Our 32nd Annual Research Day Symposium was celebrated on May 28, 2020
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COVID-19 Resources for Applicants and Recipients of NIH Funding

Dr. Michael Lauer is NIH's Deputy Director for Extramural Research, serving as the principal scientific leader and advisor to the NIH Director on the NIH extramural research program.
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Guidance for NIH-funded Clinical Trials and Human Subjects Studies Affected by COVID-19

The purpose of this notice is to provide guidance outlining the flexibilities available to recipients conducting NIH-funded clinical trials and human subject studies, that are impacted by the declared public health emergency for COVID-19.
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CHRC Grant Review Sessions

Child Health Research Center CHRC Grant Review Sessions   Dear Faculty, Students, and Postdocs, We hope you and your family are all doing well and stay safe. This is to…

CHRC: A Lecture to Honor the Contributions of Dr. Peter Heymann to the Understanding of Childhood Asthma

Child Health Research Center A Lecture to Honor the Contributions of Dr. Peter Heymann to the Understanding of Childhood Asthma “Rhinovirus-induced Dysmaturation of the Airway Epithelium Stimulates Type II Inflammatory…

Epigenetic and Proliferative Mechanisms of Renin Cell Plasticity

Omar Guessoum1, Maria Luisa S. Sequeira-Lopez2, Ariel Gomez1,2 1 Department of Biology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 2 Department of Pediatrics, Division of Nephrology, University of Virginia School of Medicine.…

K23 NIH Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award

Sana Syed, MD, MS It gives us great pleasure to announce that Dr. Syed received her K23 NIH Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Development Award (starting fall 2019) focused on computational image…

First person – Brian Belyea, MD

©2018. Published by The Company of Biologists Ltd I Disease Models & Mechanisms (2018) 11. dmm038463. doi:10.1242/dmm.038463 First Person is a series of interviews with the first authors of a…
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Brant E. Isakson, PhD Professor, Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics

Child Health Research Center Brant E. Isakson, PhD Professor, Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics “Endothelial Cell Alpha Hemoglobin in Hypoxia.” ZOOM MEETING Friday December 4, 2020 Time 12:00pm - 1:00pm…

Vladimir T. Todorov, MD, PhD Head of Experimental Nephrology, Division of Nephrology & Department of Medicine III University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, Dresden Germany

  All currently scheduled 2020 CHRC Seminar guest speakers:   Talk Titles or TBD   11/13/2020  John Bushweller, Professor, Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics 11/20/2020 Rebecca V. Levy, BM BCh…

 

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We need support to help us reach our goal: To understand the roots of childhood diseases.