2004 was another outstanding year for Miami Children’s Hospital and our medical staff as we reached out to embrace new programs and expand leadership to help make dreams a reality for the children of South Florida and beyond.
During the year, Miami Children’s Hospital was pleased to further cement the leadership of its Brain Institute, which keeps dreams alive for families throughout the U.S. who are confronting some of the most complex brain disorders,
including autism, brain tumors and chronic epilepsy. The year brought significant federal funding and private donations to support research and other advancements at the Brain Institute, the nation’s first comprehensive program dedicated solely to the pediatric neurosciences. These commitments promise to expand the program’s already substantial leadership.