My Harmonius Life, Thanks to Children's

My parents were told I would never walk. I spent the next 18 years undergoing dozens of corrective surgeries at Children’s.

Michael Hall

Cerebal Palsy: a Patient's Perspective

Tzuri Frankenthal gives a first-person account of his experience as a patient with cerebral palsy at Children's.

Tzuri

Advances in brain imaging save young lives

Interventional neuro-radiologist Ali Shaibani, MD, is collaborating with colleagues on new minimally invasive techniques to treat vascular brain and spinal cord disorders.

Ram Yogev: The Go-To Guy

Ram Yogev is stepping away to pursue the many clinical, research and advocacy functions he never put down.

Ram Yogev

Connor Goes The Distance

Considering that Connor was born with cerebral palsy, wore leg braces most of his life and has arthritis, his athletic accomplishments are nothing short of amazing.

Connor

Brain tumor doesn't slow Dylan down

Second-grader Dylan Full loves playing sports and being outdoors. His mom says he’d spend all day outside if he could. Dylan says that when he grows up he wants to be a pediatric neuro-oncologist so he can help kids with brain tumors, just like he was hel

Dylan

A new era in neonatal care and research

Aaron Hamvas, MD, Head of the Division of Neonatology, talks about the promise of a new era in neonatal care and research at Lurie Children's.

Aaron Hamvas