Our Partners

Children’s Health Research Institute is proud to partner with organizations that share our goals of improving health outcomes for children.

Lawson Health Research Institute
Children’s Health Research Institute is part of Lawson Health Research Institute, which is the research institute of London Health Sciences Centre and St. Joseph’s Health Care, London.

Children's Health Foundation
For more than 80 years, Children’s Health Foundation has granted over $38 million to Children’s Hospital and Children’s Health Research Institute. The Foundation is a key partner of Children’s Health Research Institute, providing support for equipment, education and salaries.

Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre
Our basic and clinical researchers translate knowledge acquired in the lab into better and new treatments of children’s diseases and injuries. The ability to bridge discoveries from the bench to the bedside directly impacts the health of children receiving care at Children’s Hospital.

Western University
Children’s Health Research Institute is affiliated with Western University. Our scientists are faculty at the University, and students training at Children’s Health Research Institute receive their degrees through Western.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is the medical school of Western University, and is one of 17 medical schools in Canada and one of six in Ontario.
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London Health Sciences Centre & St. Joseph’s Health Care London
By aligning our goals closely with the hospitals’ strategic plans, we ensure our work helps to improve the health of Canada’s infancy, children and youth.

Partners In Research
Partners In Research is a national Canadian charity established to educate the lay public - particularly young people - about the history, importance, accomplishments and promise of health research.
Robarts Research Institute
Robarts Research Institute at Western University is a non-profit medical research facility in London, Ontario, with more than 600 people working to investigate some of the most debilitating diseases of our time, from heart disease and stroke to diabetes, Alzheimer’s and many forms of cancer.