Ruth SchechterTuesday, April 1, 2014

Peace of Mind: Offering a Lifetime of Better Outcomes

The developing brain is a particularly complex organ, an interconnected network of cells that controls everything we experience, do, or say. If this intricate system goes awry — from disease,...
Saturday, March 1, 2014

Toddler from Chico One of the "Biggest Saves Ever"

One year ago, Jessica and Jesse Vega watched a team from Packard Children’s work to save their son Dominic’s life in the back of an ambulance. Just days earlier, the Vega family had been at home...
Grace HammerstromWednesday, May 1, 2013

Susanne Martin, MD: Mary Gallo Endowed Fellow

For adolescents battling anorexia or bulimia, bed rest is the current standard of care. However, bed rest can also lead to a serious side effect – brittle bones. Susanne Martin, MD, is studying the...
Mark ShwartzThursday, November 1, 2012

Many Minds, One Goal: Toward a Cure for Childhood Cancer

How does cancer start? Stanford cancer biologist Julien Sage, PhD, has spent much of his career tackling that fundamental question. Sage is not alone in this pursuit, with many researchers at...