Robert Lober, MD, PhD
Rob Lober is a pediatric neurosurgeon and Director of the Living Biobank at Dayton Children’s Hospital, with the goal of improving the lives of brain tumor patients. He is committed to free, open access sharing of biological specimens and data in search of a cure. He is on the Board of Directors
Dayton Children’s Hospital is located in Dayton, Ohio. This multi-specialty pediatric hospital that sees over 280,000 patients each year. The team of neurosurgeons at Dayton Children’s perform over 200 neurosurgeries every year and have expertise in procedures that can only be found at a select group of hospitals nationwide.
Dayton Children’s participates in research studies in collaboration with Miami Valley Hospital’s neurosurgery department, and as part of the Wright State University and Premier Health Neuroscience Institute. This partnership enables patients at Dayton Children’s to benefit from the research being done between these three organizations in the neurosciences field.
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Ayman El-Sheikh, MD
Dr. Ayman El-Sheikh is chief, division of the hematology/oncology department at Dayton Children’s. He leads a team of pediatric specialists, nurses, social workers, child life specialists and other care professionals who ensure that children battling cancer or blood disorders get the multidisciplina
Lionel M.L. Chow, MD, PhD
Dr. Chow received his medical training and doctorate at McGill University in Montreal, Canada where his research focused on the role of tyrosine protein kinases in T-cell activation. He completed his Pediatric Residency at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada which was followed by a fel
Chanel Keoni, BS
Chanel Keoni currently manages the Living Biobank at Dayton Children’s Hospital, as well as the laboratories of Dr. Robert Lober located at Wright State University and Dayton Children’s Hospital. The Lober laboratories’ research revolves around examining the effects of potential therapeutic reagents