This guides provides specific and practical information for families caring for a child with a tracheostomy.
Comer Children's offers internships to graduate students working toward a master’s degree in art therapy during the academic year from September through May. Here are the criteria for candidates, the requirements and expectations and the requirements for the application process, as well as information on housing.
Comer Children's offers internships to students pursuing a master’s degree in child life, child development or related field during both the academic year and the summer.
Comer Children's offers a practicum program for students pursuing a career in child life who are currently enrolled in a master’s program. Here are the criteria for child life practicum candidates, as well as the requirements for the application process.
How is the transplant wait list maintained? How are organs matched with a transplant candidate? Are there support groups for people on the transplant wait list?
When it comes to multiple-organ transplants, the University of Chicago Medicine transplant surgeons are considered some of the most experienced in the world.
With nearly 115,000 Americans awaiting a transplant, organ and tissue donation is more important now than ever before. A single organ donor can save up to eight people. Learn more about organ and tissue donation and find out how you can become a registered organ donor.
We know that there is no one-size-fits-all formula for lung transplant care. If a lung transplant is an option for you, you can come here knowing that we will do everything in our power to provide individualized care in a holistic manner.
Transplant surgeons at the University of Chicago Medicine recognize the importance of curing disease while also preserving a patient's quality of life.
Our Kidney Transplant Program is dedicated to offering the highest level of care. We continue to improve transplant medicine through our research, providing patients access to the newest therapies and treatments.