Thank you for supporting the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma. We created the "Inside Track" newsletter to share our growth and accomplishments throughout the year. This is our first electronic version. If you prefer to receive a hard copy, please let us know by contacting or (866) 635-8190.

CIPT Has a New Home!

We moved into our new offices at Wake Forest Biotech Place in downtown Winston-Salem in Feb. We celebrated our grand opening after our semiannual Advisory Board meeting in March with food, drinks and tours of the facility.

The building now known as Wake Forest Biotech Place was built in 1937 by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, and is 242,000 sq. ft. with 65,869 glass blocks composing the fa´┐Żade. 


We share the same building as one of our research partners - the Virginia Tech-Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences.


CIPT Areas of Focus

Violence Intervention Screening and Initial Treatment

Laura Veach, Associate Professor

Violence-related injuries result in approximately 1,800 youths per day receiving medical care in our nation's hospitals. Dr. Veach's team has developed a model for violence intervention with hospitalized trauma patients aged 15-20. 



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Donor Spotlight

Save Kids' Lives by Joining the Childress Champions 


Childress Champions is a membership club to support the mission of CIPT - a $30 gift gets you started! Click here to give online and direct your contribution to The Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma. 


CIPT Goes Social
CIPT is now on Facebook & Twitter. Please click on the links below to like us or follow us.

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Support CIPT
CIPT Annual Fundraiser!
Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. at Wake Forest Biotech Place in Winston-Salem


Advisory Board 

Congrats to CIPT Board member DeLana Harvick and her husband Kevin on the birth of their son, Keelan Paul Harvick!
In The News

CIPT on Betty Crocker Packaging 


CIPT Partners with NC and DE Hospitals



VIP Sweeps Ends!