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  • Projects Office
    Who We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Research Research Administration Projects Office Research Administration Projects Office Research Clinical Trials Research Programs Genomics Institute Research Administration Center for Pediatric Clinical Research Upcoming Events Projects Office Financial Conflicts of Interest Office of Grants and Contracts UC San Diego School of Medicine Projects Office The Projects Office supports the Rady Children s Research Center s mission of promoting and conducting scholarly investigations by providing services that lead to activation of research protocols The Projects Office is responsible for Coordinating the review process of new research protocols submitted to Research Administration for institutional approval All research conducted at Rady Children s is required to undergo protocol content review and informed consent review prior to Institutional Review Board review Administrative review is also required The Projects Office conducts a weekly meeting of the content consent and administrative reviewers to enable timely implementation of research projects Logging all new research protocols into the Research Administration Database System RADS so that projects can

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/research/research-administration/projects-office/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Financial Conflicts of Interest
    judgment of its investigators Rady Children s Department of Research Administration and Compliance are jointly responsible for oversight and administration of the FCOI program which includes training on FCOI disclosure review of all reported financial interests effective monitoring and management of FCOI matters and reporting to appropriate federal agencies as needed Federal Regulations Institutions that apply for or receive Public Health Service PHS research funding including Rady Children s must adhere to new Financial Conflict of Interest FCOI regulations The regulations are effective August 24 2012 for all grant applications initiated or awards received on or after that date Changes to the FCOI regulations are primarily focused on Lower financial disclosure thresholds New conflict of interest training requirements Increased transparency for travel reimbursement New public accessibility requirements Responsibilities of PHS Funded Investigators All workforce members with systems access are required to complete required online training through CHEX Individuals without systems access must contact the Research Administration Office Submit disclosures as outlined in the FCOI Policy using the online disclosure system Disclosure forms can also be obtained from the Research Administration Office Understand that some details of investigator disclosures must be made available on a publicly accessible website Definitions The terms below are official defined in the FCOI Policy along with other FCOI terms Investigator For the purposes of FCOI investigator means any individual responsible for the design conduct or reporting of the results of work performed or to be performed under the PHS sponsored project This includes the Principal Investigator Co Investigators Collaborators Consultants and any other individual who has responsibility for designing conducting or reporting of research funded by PHS or proposed for such funding The term Investigator includes the Investigator s spouse and dependent children Financial Conflict of Interest A Financial Conflict of Interest exists when the Institution

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/research/research-administration/financial-conflicts-of-interest/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Office of Grants and Contracts
    Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Research Research Administration Office of Grants and Contracts Research Administration Office of Grants and Contracts Research Clinical Trials Research Programs Genomics Institute Research Administration Center for Pediatric Clinical Research Upcoming Events Projects Office Financial Conflicts of Interest Office of Grants and Contracts UC San Diego School of Medicine Office of Grants and Contracts The mission of the Rady Children s Research Center is to promote and conduct scholarly investigations which will result in the overall health of the child directly impact the community in which we live through policy development and improve patient treatment With this mission in mind the Office of Grants and Contracts provides guidance and oversight of all post award activities and expenditures of research grants In addition to being the official contracting entity for all research projects conducted within the Center this group is also responsible for ensuring compliance with grants administration policy and procedures Currently the Office of Grants and Contracts administers approximately 7 2 million in research grants with a variety of sponsoring agencies

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/research/research-administration/office-of-grants-and-contracts/ (2015-03-26)
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  • 17-Month-Old Girl From Hawaii Receives New Heart
    just two weeks after the Hospital s first ever heart transplant on Jan 14 in which 11 year old San Diego resident Eric Montano who suffered from a condition called restrictive cardiomyopathy received a new heart Both operations involved transporting the donor heart to Rady Children s from another state and then moments after the new heart arrived removing the patient s failing heart and replacing it with a healthy donor heart Jahaziel suffered from a condition called dilated cardiomyopathy a disease in which the heart becomes weakened and enlarged and cannot pump blood efficiently Rady Children s cardiac transplant surgeon and surgical director Dr Eric Devaney led the transplant surgery He traveled by plane to the donor hospital to retrieve the heart carefully transported it back to Rady Children s and then immediately joined cardiac transplant surgeon Dr John Lamberti in the operating room The surgeons then removed Jahaziel s failing heart and sutured the new donor heart into place I ve performed many heart transplants over the years but it s still a miraculous thing said Dr Devaney When you first provide blood flow to the new heart and you see it start to beat it s incredible Transplant cardiologist and medical director Dr Rakesh Singh monitored Jahaziel before the surgery and will be responsible for overseeing her post operative care It takes a village to perform heart transplantation There are at least 50 people behind the scenes that help make this possible said Dr Singh It s also important to think about the donor family and the sacrifice they had to make during a very difficult moment It s because of their sacrifice that this actually occurred When we got the call it was scary and exciting at the same time said Jahaziel s father Mac Faualo

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/17-month-old-girl-from-hawaii-receives-new-heart/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Medical Milestone for Scripps, Rady Children’s: First Pediatric Proton Therapy Patient
    nearby critical organs The Scripps Proton Therapy Center uses pencil beam scanning the latest advancement in proton therapy Pencil beam scanning sweeps a narrow proton beam across the tumor in fine strokes building up the dose layer by layer The result is a dose of cancer killing radiation that conforms precisely to the unique shape of the tumor The center opened for adult and pediatric patient care earlier this year Preferred treatment for childhood cancers Proton therapy is recognized as the preferred form of radiation therapy for many childhood cancers and that is certainly the case for Natalie s tumor said Dr Chang one of the nation s leading pediatric radiation oncologists Because children s bodies are still growing they are extremely sensitive to the harmful effects of radiation We are delighted to be able to deliver this life saving care to Natalie This is an important milestone for Rady Children s in providing a full range of treatment options to our pediatric cancer patients said John Crawford M D who heads Rady Children s neuro oncology department and is part of the tumor board that reviews pediatric patients who are considered for proton therapy We can now offer proton therapy to children and teenagers with cancer closer to home In fact or second pediatric patient is from Orange County and has recently started a course of treatment with this advanced technology A non invasive treatment proton therapy is also considered highly effective for adults who have solid deep seated tumors that have not spread to distant parts of the body Proton therapy has been used in the United States since the 1950s but is only recently becoming more available The Scripps Proton Therapy Center in Mira Mesa is just the 15 th proton center in the United States and fourth west of the Rockies Keeping active during treatment Natalie said she experienced minimal side effects from her proton treatments which allowed her to continue her favorite activities including artwork and spending time with family She even took a short break in the midst of treatments to travel back to Utah to enjoy summer camp with friends Dr Chang indicated the treatments were delivered successfully though it will take several years to determine the outcome Immediately following Natalie s final proton treatment on July 18 family friends and caregivers gathered at the Scripps Proton Therapy Center to celebrate Natalie put the finishing touches on a special sketch she created during her time in San Diego which she is donating to be hung in the Rady Children s Hospital area of the Scripps Proton Therapy Center The picture will be available for future pediatric patients to sign upon completing their treatments Superhero connection Natalie and Dr Chang share a fondness of comics and the pair took to wearing matching superhero shirts during Natalie s course of treatments Natalie also wore a special mask to keep her head perfectly still during treatments and a radiation therapist who is involved in her daily

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/about-us/newsroom/press-releases/medical-milestone-for-scripps-rady-childrens-first-pediatric-proton-therapy-patient/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Gabriel Haddad, M.D.
    8110 Birmingham Way Bldg 28 San Diego CA 92123 858 966 5846 858 966 6360 3020 Children s Way MC 5109 San Diego CA 92123 Specialty Pulmonology Respiratory Medicine Organization Rady Children s Specialists of San Diego Medical Group IPA Rady Children s Specialists Board Certifications Pulmonology Respiratory Medicine Gender M Bio Dr Gabriel G Haddad is physician in chief and chief scientific officer at Rady Children s Hospital San Diego and chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine A leading specialist in pediatric respiratory medicine he is also an accomplished physician scientist Receiving his medical education and initial medical training at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon Dr Haddad went on to complete additional training at the University of Texas in Houston followed by a fellowship at Columbia University in New York where he joined the faculty in 1978 A decade later he accepted an appointment at Yale to direct the Respiratory Medicine Section and serve as chief of clinical service in respiratory medicine Shortly thereafter he became a professor of cellular molecular physiology In 2002 he was appointed chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and also pediatrician in chief at The Children s Hospital at Montefiore Hospital Dr Haddad is passionate about developing better care through research In recent years his research has focused on the basis for cell and tissue injury at the molecular level when tissues and organs are deprived of nutrients and oxygen Dr Haddad has published more than 230 articles and manuscripts written more than 100 chapters and authored numerous medical texts including the landmark Basic Mechanisms of Pediatric Respiratory Disease He sits on numerous national committees including those of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/doctors/gabriel-haddad-md/ (2015-03-26)
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  • William Roberts, M.D.
    1700 Programs Services Community Programs Child Maltreatment Programs International Services Support Groups Services Search All Find a Doctor Patients Visitors Your Child s Hospital Stay Pay Your Bill Financial Assistance Medical Records Health Information Exchanges MyChart About Us Who We Are Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Health Safety Health Library Ask Your Nurse Videos Safety Store at Rady Children s Rethink Your Drink Injury Prevention Growing Up Columns Locations Main Campus Satellite Locations Emergency Urgent Care Find a Doctor William Roberts M D William Roberts M D 3010 Children s Way 2nd Floor West San Diego CA 92123 858 966 5811 Specialty Hematology Oncology Download CV Locations 3010 Children s Way 2nd Floor West San Diego CA 92123 858 966 5811 858 966 8035 3020 Children s Way MC 5035 San Diego CA 92123 Specialty Hematology Oncology Organization Rady Children s Specialists of San Diego Medical Group IPA Rady Children s Specialists Medical School Sackler School of Medicine Internship Brown University School of Medicine Residency Brown University School of Medicine Fellowship Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Ped Anesthesiology Board Certifications Pediatric Hematology Oncology Pediatrics Gender M Rady Children s Hospital San Diego 3020 Children s Way San Diego

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/doctors/william-roberts-md/ (2015-03-26)
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  • Art on Display
    Recognition History UC San Diego Affiliation Physician Network Innovation Healing Environment Acute Care Pavilion Family Advisory Council Quality Safety Accreditation Compliance Newsroom Patient Stories Research Get Involved Events Publications Art on Display Friendly sometimes interactive art is everywhere in our healing environment It nourishes our patients and distracts them from the medical challenges they face Sculpture Fountain You ll find the centerpiece of our art collection outside the main entrance to the Rose Pavilion Called Inspiration the sculpture fountain features seven larger than life size children playing together Dennis Smith of Utah created the sculpture Bronze Sculptures Bronze sculptures of animals in the hall on both the second and third levels invite petting They sit atop window sills quiet and still waiting for a friendly child s hand The Yellow Brick Road On the second floor of the Rose Pavilion walk outside into our central courtyard and see The Yellow Brick Road a ceramic tile wall by Ellen Phillips and Jesus and Mary Lynn Dominguez of San Diego This piece invites children to play with the many bronze toys embedded in the wall Polages Several polages by Austine Wood Comarow of San Diego decorate our walls These round glass illustrations change as you look at them There are 14 polages located throughout the hospital Petting Zoo The pieces in the hall that connects the Rose Pavilion to the Nelson Family Pavilion create our Petting Zoo Close you eyes and let your fingers feel the fur feathers or scales and then try to name each creature Incrediball Circus Immediately to the left of the main lobby in the Rose Pavilion you ll see and hear the Incrediball Circus designed by George Rhoads of New York Colorful balls loop spin and twirl through this silly maze Play Stations You ll find interactive

    Original URL path: http://www.rchsd.org/about-us/who-we-are/healing-environment/art-on-display/ (2015-03-26)
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