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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado and the University of Colorado want to learn more about the risk of asthma in children with African ancestry.
Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado are investigating the safety and feasibility of providing regenerative therapy for a rare congenital heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS).
Learn more about a new Still's disease study designed to evaluate the effectiveness of anakinra (Kineret®) as a potential treatment.
Children's Hospital Colorado is actively seeking children and teens to participate in a research study on environmental causes of asthma. Get information on requirements, compensation and how to participate.
As part of the eXtraordinarY Babies Study, your child can help researchers identify early predictors of developmental and health outcomes associated with sex chromosome variations.
The FORWARD Fragile X Online Registry will help researchers develop guidelines for treating the condition, including recommendations for medical, behavioral and psychological treatments.
This study is a clinical study of testosterone in infants with XXY in order to learn more about the effects of testosterone on body fat and development.
The TriXY study for trisomy chromosome research may help identify early markers in children with trisomy who are at higher risk for behavior differences.
Children's Hospital Colorado is actively seeking teenagers to participate in a sleep research study. Get information on requirements, compensation and how to participate.
By contributing to the Fragile X Biobank, patients with Fragile X syndrome and their families can help accelerate the understanding. Learn more about our research here.
The goal of the study is to identify biologically rational therapeutics for the medical treatment of adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma by confirming the overexpression of specific molecules and ultimately improving treatment for patients with this rare tumor.
The Fragile X FORWARD study will help researchers learn how people with fragile X syndrome grow and change from childhood to adulthood, as well as to find the best tests for diagnosis.
Researchers at Children's Hospital Colorado want to find ways to prevent type 2 diabetes. See if your daughter could participate.
Children’s Hospital Colorado physicians would like to learn more about medical marijuana in children with brain and spine tumors. Get information on volunteer requirements, compensation and how to participate.