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Realities of relativity nudge researcher to alternate career plan

From a series profiling researchers and innovators at Boston Children’s Hospital He’s a big thinker focused on harnessing the hyper-small. Daniel Kohane, MD, PhD, is a leading drug delivery and biomaterials researcher, leveraging nanoparticle technology and other new vehicles to make medications safer and more effective. It’s not quite what he had in mind as […]

Seizure-detecting wristband could prevent sudden death from epilepsy

“My biggest fear is that if I am not there to help him, when I wake him up he will be dead from seizures.” That mother’s fear has a sound basis. The risk for sudden death from epilepsy, or SUDEP, is as high as 1 in 100 in the sickest children with epilepsy, says Tobias […]

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The mission of the Technology and Innovation Development Office (TIDO) is to translate the excellence of the laboratory research and clinical care at Boston Children’s Hospital into lifesaving biomedical products, devices and procedures for the public benefit.

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Dr. Martha Murray interviewed for her work on ACL repairs

In an interview with The Boston Globe, Dr. Martha Murray (Orthopaedics), discusses the progress she has made on developing a sponge scaffold for the repair of ACLs that is about to begin human trials.

Boston Children's long-lasting anesthesia is highlighted in the Boston Globe

In a feature in the Boston Globe on ten upcoming medical breakthroughs coming from the Longwood Medical Area, Drs. Chuck Berde and Daniel Kohane of Boston Children's are highlighted for their work on neosaxitoxin.

Kahlil Mitchell, TIDO licensing manager, interviewed at 2014 Pediatric Innovation Summit

Kahlil Mitchell shares his thoughts on what innovation means to him, and the value of the Global Pediatric Innovation Summit.

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