WASHINGTON, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2016, clinicians and research scientists working at Children's NationalHealth System published more than 1,100 articles in high-impact journals about a wide array of topics. A Children's Research Institute review group selected the top articles for the calendar year considering, among other factors, work published in top-tier
"Conducting world-class research and publishing the results in prestigious journals represents the pinnacle of many research scientists' careers. I am pleased to see Children's National staff continue this essential tradition," says Mark L. Batshaw, M.D., Physician-in-Chief and Chief Academic Officer at Children's National. "While it was difficult for us to winnow the field of worthy contenders to this select group, these papers not only inform the field broadly, they epitomize the multidisciplinary nature of our research," Dr. Batshaw adds.
The published papers explain research that includes discoveries made at the genetic and cellular levels, clinical insights and a robotic innovation that promises to revolutionize surgery:
Read the complete list.
Dr. Batshaw's announcement comes on the eve of Research and Education Week 2017 at Children's National, a weeklong event that begins April 24. This year's theme, "Collaboration Leads to Innovation," underscores the cross-cutting nature of Children's research that aims to transform pediatric care.
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SOURCE Children's National Health System
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