UVA's new Child Health Research Center brings together scientists and clinicians to uncover the causes of childhood diseases and to pioneer new treatments, personalized therapies, and cures. Your support makes fundamental discoveries possible. Learn more.

Patient Care

We want you to feel confident, not only in your child's medical care, but in the support we provide for your whole family’s emotional and psychological needs. Philanthropy is essential to sustain these comprehensive and necessary services. Learn more.


UVA's Children's faculty train and mentor medical and nursing students, as well as young doctors specializing in pediatrics. Philanthropy is a critical component medical education. Learn more.

Spotlight: Pediatric Cancer 

We have one of the state’s only Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Programs, led by nationally-renowned pediatric cancer researcher Dr. Trey Lee, and are opening a new bone marrow transplant program for our pediatric cancer patients. Dr. Michael Engel recently joined the UVA team as division chief for our pediatric hematology/oncology program. Engel is developing a game-changing cancer therapy, with a mission to introduce new treatments for leukemia that are far less toxic than current available therapies. Learn More.


The Soho Center

provides a free book to every UVA Children's Hospital patient and their sibling(s).

The Jennifer Fund

supports research and education for cancer and blood diseases.

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Stories of Care & Discovery

Saving Kids From Dangerous Infections – With An Amoeba

Saving Kids From Dangerous Infections – With An Amoeba

Efforts to use a harmless amoeba to protect children from dangerous infections has won $300,000 in support from The Hartwell Foundation.

UVA Health Newsroom

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Combating the Pediatric Mental Health Crisis

UVA Children’s to open a new Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Health Center in 2023.


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Decisions in a Heartbeat: How Two UVA Researchers Help Children on Transplant Waitlist



UVA Pediatrician Explains How COVID-19 Vaccines for Youngest Kids are Being Tested

COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 look like they are on the way and should be useful, pediatrician Dr. Debbie-Ann Shirley writes.

UVA Today

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Boy Wonder

A liver transplant gives Conor the chance to grow up healthy and, one day, help other kids like him

Kelly Casey