| New York Institute for the Education of the Blind:
to purchase Kurzweil reading machine, which scans and converts printed materials
into spoken English or Braille.
North Shore University
to purchase equipment to analyze genetic abnormalities in children; to equip
the Pediatric Trauma Center with a mobile intensive care unit and two Hewlett-Packard
bedside monitoring systems.
St Francis Hospital:
to purchase equipment for this Long Island pediatric special care unit to
double its capacity.
St Hilda’s and St Hugh’s School:
to fund scholarships for disabled students.
State University of New York Research Fund:
to support the study of water balance in premature infants and its effects
on their survival rate; to support research on effects of marijuana on the
University of California:
to sponsor research on non-pharmacologic treatment approaches to childhood
New York League for the Hard of Hearing:
to purchase mobile unit equipment used to test hearing of children in hospitals
and schools in New York metropolitan area.
Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America:
inauguration of the Arthur H. Huene Memorial Award to support research in
the field of pediatric orthopaedics.
St Mary’s Episcopal Hospital for Children:
to purchase specially equipped transportation van for children confined to wheelchairs.
St Vincent’s Hospital & Medical Center:
to help purchase ultrasonic scanner for pediatrics department, to he used
in detecting heart and other organ abnormalities.
| New York University Medical Center:
to fund research on bleeding disorders of newborn children.
St Dominic’s Home:
to purchase equipment and supplies for a print and handicraft shop to provide
pre-vocational program for multiple handicapped children.
St Joseph children’s Services:
to prepare site and purchase equipment and supplies for children’s medical
and dental facility.
Stanford University Medical Center:
to buy equipment and pay for technical assistance to further research on stimulating
bone growth (in cases of children’s bone deficiency and related orthopaedic
diseases) by use of electromagnetic fields.
Tulane Medical Center:
to help endow a chair at the Center’s Department of Ophthalmology for the
benefit of children; to support research in chemically modified radiology treatments
of children’s eyes.
Valley Children’s Hospital:
to assist this California central-plains-area pediatric intensive care unit
in providing care for critically ill children.