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Physician Scientist Carries on Legacy of UH Rainbow in Neonatal Care

Cynthia Bearer, MD, explains how her groundbreaking research on fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, lipid rafts, and brain development in preterm babies aims to improve neonatal care.

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UH Rainbow Babies & Children's NICU Innovates to Drive Quality

Quality improvement curriculum, new roles and going beyond what’s required for success - Innovations in Pediatrics | Winter 2022

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Passionate about University Hospitals

UH Alumnus and the 2021 Distinguished Physician Award Honoree, Dr. Richard Martin gives back | December 2021

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UH Rainbow Researchers Identify New Therapeutic Target for Treating or Preventing Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia in Preterm Infants

GSNOR is also being targeted in clinical trials of asthma and cystic fibrosis - Innovations in Pediatrics | Winter 2022

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First-in-Country Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting for Opioid-Exposed Infants at UH Rainbow

UH Rainbow only site in the U.S. using next-generation imaging in study of infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome - Innovations in Pediatrics | Fall 2021

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What is Therapeutic Drift and Why it is Dangerous in Newborn Care

Innovations in Pediatrics - Fall 2021

Women at Risk of Preterm Birth Benefit from Early Outpatient Counseling on Prematurity

UH Rainbow study among first to examine antenatal counseling in an outpatient setting - Innovations in Pediatrics | Summer 2021

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UH Rainbow Provides Continuing Leadership on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Work on statewide quality improvement collaborative leads to further decreases in length of stay for infants exposed to opioids in utero - Innovations in Pediatrics | Winter 2021

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