Brian Rood, MD
Brian R. Rood, MD, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s National Hospital whose primary clinical focus is pediatric neuro-oncology. Dr. Rood joined the faculty of Children’s National in 2002 after completing a fellowship in Pediatric H
Javad Nazarian, PhD, MSc
I am an investigator at the Center for Genetic Medicine in Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C., and an assistant professor in Integrative Systems Biology at the George Washington University. I received my PhD from the George Washington University in Genetics in 2005. My dissertation
Each year, the Brain Tumor Institute at Children’s National evaluates more than 100 new patients with brain tumors, and is recognized as a world leader in childhood brain tumor care and research. Children’s National has pioneered novel pediatric brain tumor therapies, including new molecularly-targeted therapies, vaccines, T-cell immunotherapies, and less invasive techniques. They are currently ranked #6 among children’s cancer hospitals by U.S News & World Report.
Children treated at Children’s National Hospital have access to the latest, most effective treatments for brain tumors, and are cared for by a multidisciplinary team of experts in both neurology and oncology, who are committed to saving lives and providing the best possible care for children with brain tumors.
Augustine Eze | Clinical Research Coordinatorhttp://childrensnational.org/
Eugene Hwang, MD
Eugene (Gene) Hwang, M.D., is part of the Children's National Hospital pediatric neuro-oncology team, focusing on treating children with brain tumors. Dr. Hwang has developed and led many novel early phase therapeutic clinical trials with a focus on immunotherapeutic trials, and he also lead
Robert Keating, MD
Robert Keating, M.D., is currently Professor and Chief of Neurosurgery at Children’s National Hospital. A graduate of Georgetown University Medical School, he completed a neurosurgery residency and fellowship in pediatric neurosurgery/craniofacial surgery at the Albert Einstein and Montefiore Med
Samuel Rivero-Hinojosa, PhD
Samuel Rivero-Hinojosa, Ph.D., is a Staff Scientist at the Children’s National Research Institute focused on pediatric brain tumors. He is interested on integrative bioinformatics for Genomic and Proteomics to discover the functional biology and new treatment options for childhood brain tumors. H
Augustine Eze, MS
My name is Augustine Eze and I have the privilege of serving as the interim Children’s Brain Tumor Network coordinator at Children’s National Hospital. I completed both my undergraduate degree in Biology, concentrating in Global Health, and my masters degree in Physiology and Biophysics at George