The Center for Pediatric Research (CPR) is unique among the NIH Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) for its pediatric focus. A central component of the CPR’s mission is to provide junior faculty entering their research careers with the resources and the academic environment needed to maximize their potential to develop top-quality, extramurally funded research programs. To support these target and pilot investigators, we have developed strong core laboratory capabilities in house and established strong ties with other IDeA-funded centers in Delaware and beyond. View an organizational chart for the CPR.

Latest News

  • Request for COBRE pilot projects due November 2, 2015. download
  • COBRE Investigator Zhengyu (Mark) Ma Awarded NIH R21 Grant for Innovative Asthma Study. read more
  • COBRE recruit, Matthew E. R. Butchbach, Ph.D., presents new research at Regional and International Meetings read more
  • COBRE Faculty Recruit, Matthew E. R. Butchbach, Ph.D. Receives Grant from AurimMed Pharma, Inc…. read more
  • Pilot project leader, Valerie Sampson, Ph.D. receives Pediatric Cancer Foundation Grant… read more
  • Alfred Atanda, M.D. featured in National Institutes of Health’s “Findings”… read more
  • 2014 Core Facilities Open House… read more
  • Transitional investigator, AnneMarie Brescia M.D. obtains NIH K23 Award… read more
  • Second COBRE program established at Nemours/AIDHC… read more
  • New CPR recruit, Shunji Tomatsu MS, PhD, recognized for highly rated publications… read more

Impact of Funding

research publications by Target Investigators
research publications by Center faculty
increase in NIH funding