Imagine a “biological pacemaker,” a simple injection that stimulates the heart to create its own healthy version of the cells that regulate rhythm. This is the groundbreaking work Hee Cheol Cho brings to the newly created position of director ...
Pediatric cardiologists at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center have taken the lead in using advanced imaging techniques to better diagnose and treat young patients.
John Thomson and his colleagues are advancing non-invasive solutions for young patients with congenital heart conditions, dramatically changing their lifetime care.
New study leads to call for more judicious use of blood transfusions in pediatric cardiac surgery patients.
Johns Hopkins investigators awarded $4.8 million by the National Institutes of Health to design predictive models for multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children.
A new center at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center dedicated to the management of infants, children and young adults with all forms of heart disease builds on a long history of advancements in pediatric cardiac surgery dating back some 75 years.
Bret Mettler will serve as the new director of pediatric cardiac surgery and as co-director of the Blalock-Taussig-Thomas Pediatric and Congenital Heart Center.