Posts tagged research
Giving Glory to God through research at CURE Ethiopia
There’s an old Christian saying attributed to St. Ignatius of Loyola, “Ad majorem Dei gloriam.” It means “For the greater glory of God,” but it stands for the idea that every single thing we do, no matter how small or seemingly inconsequential, matters as it can be done in order to give glory to God. […]
Research and results in Malawi
This past year, we asked all the kids who have had frames as treatment for clubfoot from 2008-2016 to come in as part of a research project. It was awesome catching up with these kids, many who we know really well!
Professor Schiff receives NIH Pioneer Award
Professor Schiff has been awarded the National Institutes of Health Director’s Pioneer Award! This $4.1 million dollar award will be used for research aimed at reducing the number of infant deaths from neonatal sepsis in developing countries by identifying the roots of infection, from season of birth to home environment.
This is why training matters
Congratulations to Dr. Femi Bankole, who recently had research published in the Journal of Neurosurgery! Dr. Bankole trained with Dr. Warf as a fellow at CURE Uganda in 2006. He currently works as a consultant neurosurgeon and head of neurosurgery at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria. We had the opportunity to catch up with Dr. Bankole about his research as well as his experience at CURE Uganda, and we were so encouraged by what he had to say!
Published research by CURE Clubfoot in Kenya
Bracing is a significant part of clubfoot treatment in the Ponseti method, the treatment method used by CURE. The Steenbeek foot abduction brace (SFAB), shown in the featured image above, is worn overnight to maintain proper alignment. It is part of a treatment process that takes several years but lasts a lifetime.
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