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Dr. Tina Cheng
The Next Great Medical Innovations That Could Save Children

What medical advancements could save the lives of children in the future? Dr. Tina Cheng, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center co-director and co-author of The Next 7 Great Achievements in Pediatric Research, discusses what’s in store for the future of pediatric medicine.

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Download PoopMD+

Did you know your child's poop color can tell you a lot about his or her health? Using the new PoopMD+ app, you can better understand what the color of your baby's poop means. Data gathered about baby poop color will help advance pediatric liver disease research.

Research Spotlight

2016 Research Highlights

This year at Johns Hopkins Medicine, researchers grew “mini-brains” out of human stem cells so they could study the effect of Zika virus on developing brains, a man with epilepsy wiggled the fingers of a prosthetic arm just by thinking about it — and more.