Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Thank You Notes (Fall 2023)

Every day, donors like you make gifts of all sizes to build a healthier future for children and expectant mothers. Your support makes our hospital a special place for our patients and families, and...
Tuesday, December 5, 2023

In the News (Fall 2023)

Catch up on the latest news and headlines about child and maternal health, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, and the Stanford School of Medicine. Helping Newborns with Fatal Kidney...
Monday, November 20, 2023

Brain Inflammation Collaborative Bolsters PANS Research and Data Collection

Thanks to seed funding from the Brain Inflammation Collaborative, the Stanford Immune Behavioral Health (IBH) Clinic and Research Program will advance data collection for clinical trials in pediatric...
Megan Alpers-RaschefskyWednesday, November 15, 2023

Make a Difference for Kids like Armaneigh this Holiday Season

Donate Today Armaneigh was born a beautiful, healthy baby on November 6, 2021. “By 6 months old, she was pulling herself up to stand, was crawling, and was on her way to walking,” recalls Armaneigh’s...
Beth TagawaThursday, November 9, 2023

Can AI Save Babies’ Lives?

Nima Aghaeepour, PhD, was thrilled to be welcoming his first child, a daughter named Roya, which means “dream” in his native Persian. But before her due date, Aghaeepour’s wife was diagnosed with a...
Megan Alpers-RaschefskyThursday, November 9, 2023

Earning a Badge of Honor: How This NICU Mom Gives Back

Elizabeth Weil’s first visit to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford was filled with tears. “I didn’t even know what a NICU was,” Elizabeth recalls...
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