Department of Pediatrics Research
The Department of Pediatrics Research Office fosters awareness of ongoing basic science and clinical research taking place within and outside the Health Science Center.
Pediatrics research activities include:
Annual showcase of research engaged in within the Department of Pediatrics. Pediatrics Research Day 2014 took place on May 9. Visit the page to see the program and the competition winners.
Monthly lectures by invited speakers from the Department, the Health Science Center, and other academic institutions around the nation. Seminars are generally held the second Friday of the month, September through April, in the Medical Building, Room 409-410L, on the main campus. Consult the schedule for details.
Our clinical research unit provides a child friendly environment conducive to pediatric research. We provide investigators with a wide variety of services in order to help ensure they are able to conduct important research that will improve the lives of children.
Each month, a presenter will give a presentation of a research project in development, covering specific aims, background and significance, and research plan. Senior faculty members will provide feedback and advice and lead discussion. This seminar aims to improve the quality of grant applications and/or related publications, and to increase the number of funded projects.
Grant Writing Workshops
The department conducts grant writing workshops periodically, or Dr. Infante is available for personal review of grant documents.
Annual report of research, scholarly activity and academic accomplishments for the 2014 calendar year, organized by division, with an introduction by Thomas C. Mayes, M.D., M.B.A., Professor and Chairman for the Department of Pediatrics. Notes by Anthony J. Infante, M.D., Ph.D., Associate Chairman for Research & Academic Affairs Department of Pediatrics.