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University Children’s Hospital Basel
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The University Children's Hospital Basel is committed to pediatric research in the prevention of disease and the improvement of disease diagnosis and treatment in healthcare. Our goal is to foster clinical, basic and translational research in our main research areas of human biology – the lung, the brain, the musculoskeletal system and the immune system.
Our research is international and is supported by several research initiatives. Over the past several years external funding has increased. Additionally, we have received funding for two research professorships. The strategic planning of our research includes an active focus on research excellence as a top priority, the promotion of young researchers, and actively seeking collaborators with whom to engage in pediatric research.
Find out more about the major topics of research within the areas of Developmental Pediatrics / Pneumology, Hematology / Oncology, Immunology / Infectiology and Pediatric Orthopedics.
The UKBB is committed to clinical, epidemiological, translational and experimental research. In addition to the four main research areas, various teams of the UKBB engage in activities related to pediatric research and teaching ranging from developmental and molecular research through imaging and computational modelling, and running clinical trials.
One of our main goals at UKBB is the promotion and support of prospective young academics within their respective fields of research. Find out more about the academic career opportunities the children's hospital has to offer.
The Department of Clinical Research’s (DKF) newly established Ambulatory Study Center, with one location at the USB (adults) and one at UKBB (children), ensures a high standard for research studies carried out within its framework.
The UKBB is part of a number of different research networks. Find out more about networks and how to connect with other institutes and research groups from around the world.
Prof. Dr. med. Sven Schulzke - HR - Our staff - UKBB an independent, university-wide competence center for pediatric and adolescent medicine. Contact us!
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