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 In order to better characterize genetic contributions to cerebral palsy, Sanford Research’s Dr. Michael Kruer has convened the Cerebral Palsy Genetics Collaborative Network.
Cerebral Palsy Genetics Collaborative Network
In order to better characterize genetic contributions to cerebral palsy, Sanford Research’s Dr. Michael Kruer has convened the Cerebral Palsy Genetics Collaborative Network.

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Children's Health Research

The Sanford Children’s Health Research Center is leading the way in translational pediatric research, including cancer and rare diseases.

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The Sanford Project

The Sanford Project is focused on restoring a patients’ own pancreatic insulin production by reviving their insulin-producing pancreatic islet beta cells.

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Clinical Research at Sanford Health

Sanford Health offers a robust clinical research platform where bench and translational research can be combined seamlessly with medical care delivery.

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  • Dr. Weimer Receives NIH Grant

    Jill Weimer, PhD, will receive $1.75 million over five years to study intracellular trafficking in neurological disorders.

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  • Youth Football Study Published

    A pilot study titled “Effects of Youth Football on Select Clinical Measures of Neurologic Function” has been published in the Journal of Child Neurology.

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  • Project Lead the Way Announced

    A new partnership has brought Sanford Research and Project Lead the Way (PLTW) together.

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  • Children’s Health Research Center Receives $11.6 Million Grant

    A five-year grant of more than $11.6 million from NIH's COBRE will support the Children’s Health Research Center at Sanford Research.

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  • Sanford Research Secures Two NIH grants

    A pair from Sanford Research has received separate grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) totaling more than $2.6 million for studies involving genomic proteins and a cancer-killing drug.

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