Children’s Health Foundation (CHF) has today announced the appointment of Denise Fitzgerald as Chief Executive.
Jessica's heart transplant
“A heart transplant saved our daughters life when she was nine months old."
Ellie's first day of big school
"When you’re in the hospital with your child you can’t imagine making it to this moment when she’s in her little school uniform and heading off for her first day in big school. It was amazing watching her walk through the gates and think, we did it. We made it here."
Séan - A Little Fighter
Séan is our little miracle. All of the research into cardiac conditions has already made a big impact for our baby.
CMRF calls for greater commitment to funding Childhood Cancer Research
CMRF and the National Children’s Research Centre has called for greater support of paediatric research ahead of Cancer Week Ireland 2018.
Paddy Brennan has raised an enormous €359,000
64-year-old Dublin retiree Paddy Brennan has raised over €359,000 for CMRF Crumlin, to help some of Ireland’s sickest children. Paddy has been fundraising for CMRF Crumlin for 20 years.
Rian - A Little Heart Hero
“We didn’t know before he was born that Rian had hypoplastic left heart syndrome. We were a few days at home after his birth when I noticed that he wasn’t doing too well. He was our third child so I had an instinct."
New Research Launched into TB in Children
"The emergence of multiple drug resistant strains of TB in recent years further highlights the need to develop new host directed therapies.” Lisa-Nicole Dunne, CEO of CMRF Crumlin, said.
New Research Launched into Immune System in Children with Down Syndrome
Ireland has one of the highest prevalence rates of Down Syndrome internationally and has the capacity to lead on clinical research.
€54,000 Raised by INTO for Ireland’s Sickest Children
The outstanding charity efforts by INTO will support paediatric medical research and over 150,000 children who visit Crumlin hospital each year.
CMRF Crumlin Announces New Funding into Neonatal Brain Injury
“We are delighted to provide vital funding for research in new-born brain injury,” Lisa-Nicole Dunne, CEO of CMRF Crumlin, said. “Neonatal brain injury is a devastating outcome following a normal healthy pregnancy and has profound emotional, social and financial impact on families."
CMRF Commits Funding for Research into Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
With an estimated 15,000 – 20,000 people living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Ireland we're committing to further funding in the area of IBD through the National Children’s Research Centre (NCRC).
Meet the Team - Lisa-Nicole
Everybody can relate to caring for a sick child, and as a parent, you worry about your children all the time, about their welfare, their health, and about their future.