Two-year-old Piper has spent her life so far visiting Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) after being diagnosed with a rare condition that caused her to be blind from birth. Her mum, Jade, shares their story.
It's the hospital's birthday, and love is in the air today, so we're sharing a few hospital stories that will tug at your heart strings! Meet some wonderful past-and-present hospital staff who share their love stories.
What's it like to be a musician-in-residence in a hospital setting like GOSH? Heather McClelland reflects on her experience and recounts some of the special moments she has shared with patients and families that demonstrate the power of music.
To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we'd like to introduce some of the fantastic research leaders at GOSH and its academic and charity partners. They all lead broad programmes to support, fund and enable child health research at GOSH and beyond. And today we're celebrating one of the things that unites them: their love ofscience.
A Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) neurologist is leading a group of doctors, advocacy groups and researchers from Europe and Japan who have been awarded a grant of more than £5.5 million to research the link between the brain and muscular dystrophy.