The Susan B. Meister Child Health Evaluation and Research Center of the University of Michigan is a multidisciplinary health services research center, based in the Division of General Pediatrics that brings together faculty from multiple pediatric subspecialty disciplines, other departments from the school of medicine and multiple schools and institutes across the University of Michigan. Through interdisciplinary collaboration the center addresses the most pressing child health issues of the day.
The C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health measures the public’s opinions, perceptions, and priorities regarding today’s most important child health issues and trends. Findings from the National Poll on Children’s Health reflect the attitudes and perspectives of people from across the country – from all types of communities and groups. These findings inform new policy initiatives and research on important concerns facing kids today. At MottNPCH.org, you can search and browse over 100 NPCH Reports, suggest topics for future polls, share your opinion in a quick poll, and view information on popular topics.
The Michigan Congenital Heart Outcomes Research and Discovery (M-CHORD) Program, co-directed by Dr. Caren Goldberg and Dr. Sara Pasquali, supports research across the heart center. This unique program is composed of multi-disciplinary faculty members from pediatric cardiology, cardiac surgery, critical care, genetics, nephrology, and psychology, along with a dedicated staff of research nurses, study coordinators, database programmers and a biostatistician.