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Faster, safer pediatric MRI scans: MCHRI Faculty Scholar transforms diagnostic imaging for children
Shreyas Vasanawala, MD, PhD, Professor of Radiology, received the Tashia and John Morgridge Faculty Scholar award from MCHRI to transform a commonly performed MRI scan into a faster and anesthesia-free procedure for children.
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Stanford researchers identify blood markers that indicate labor is approaching
Stanford researchers have found a way to predict when a pregnant woman will go into labor by analyzing immune and other biological signals in a blood sample, according to a study funded in part by MCHRI.
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Study helps Latino children manage obesity over two years
A three-year intervention designed to reduce weight gain in overweight and obese Latino children generated improvements in body mass index during the first two years, according to a study funded in part by MCHRI and led by MCHRI member, Thomas Robinson, MD.
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Reversing life-threatening racism in maternal care
To overcome the racial inequities of healthy childbirth, Stanford Medicine doctors and researchers, including several MCHRI-funded investigators, are leading the development of safer practices.
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