News: Press Releases

02/4/2013
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Named Number One Pediatric Hospital in the U.S. by Parents magazine
02/4/2013
Gene Variants Found to Affect Human Lifespan --CHOP Researchers Compared Young to Old Populations, Identified CNVs Conferring Long-term Risk or Protection--
01/29/2013
Scientists Create One-Step Gene Test for Mitochondrial Diseases --CHOP Researchers' New Single-Platform Tool Streamlines Diagnoses of Complicated Multisystem Disorders--
01/21/2013
Longer CPR Improves Survival in Both Children and Adults --CHOP Experts Are Co-Authors of Two Large Studies of Outcomes after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest--
01/20/2013
Tumors Evolve Rapidly in a Childhood Cancer, Leaving Fewer Obvious Treatment Targets -- CHOP Researcher Leads Large, Multicenter Gene Sequencing Study of Neuroblastoma--
01/15/2013
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Receives Federal Grant to Help Patients Fighting Serious Infections Make Informed Care Decisions
01/14/2013
New Autism-Related Gene Variants Discovered --Copy Number Variants, While Rare, Have Strong Effects; May Have Value in Predictive Tests for Children--
01/10/2013
CHOP and BGI Strengthen Partnership with Agreement on Pediatric Brain Tumor Collaboration in Support of the Childhood Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium
12/27/2012
Findings in Two New PolicyLab Studies Released
12/20/2012
Investing in Knowledge
12/12/2012
Study: Home Visiting Program for Mothers and Children May Be Struggling to Reduce Serious Injuries to Children
12/9/2012
Engineered Immune Cells Produce Complete Response in Child with an Aggressive Pediatric Leukemia -- CHOP Oncologist Achieves Potent Anticancer Effect with Engineered T Cell Therapy on First Use in Children --
12/2/2012
New Gene-Sequencing Tools Offer Clues to Highest-Risk Form of a Childhood Cancer -- Two Gene Mutations Identified in Neuroblastoma, Says Researcher from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia--
12/2/2012
Genes Linked to Low Birth Weight, Adult Shortness and Later Diabetes Risk --Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Part of Large International Study--
11/12/2012
Survey of Emergency and Primary Care Pediatricians Highlights Need for Training, Tools to Manage Kids' Concussions CHOP is using this study data to create a new model of care for pediatric concussion
11/8/2012
Children's Miracle Network Aims to Raise $7.5 Million for CHOP's Center for Autism Research with its 'Give Miracles' Campaign this Holiday Season
10/26/2012
New Genes Discovered for Adult BMI Levels
10/22/2012
Parental Stress Linked to Children's Obesity, Fast Food Use and Reduced Physical Activity
10/4/2012
Newborn Mortality Was Higher for Several Years After Large-scale Closures of Urban Maternity Units
09/27/2012
BGI@CHOP Joint Genome Center to offer clinical next- generation sequencing services
09/27/2012
Children's Hospital Joins Genetic Research Network
09/11/2012
Deputy Scientific Director Talks Scientific Publishing, Career Gratification in Interview
09/10/2012
AIDS Researcher Robert W. Doms, Named Chief of Pathology
09/7/2012
Coping Skills and Marital Satisfaction Help Pregnant Mothers Manage Stress of Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Defects
09/5/2012
CHOP's Center for Autism Research Receives Five-Year Grant as an NIH Autism Center of Excellence
09/4/2012
New Gene Variants Found to Raise Risk of Neuroblastoma and Influence Tumor Progression --In Genome-Wide Study, Researchers at CHOP Uncover New Clues to a Childhood Cancer--
08/28/2012
Prestigious Award Honors CHOP Nurse-Scientist
08/12/2012
Mutations Disrupt Cellular Recycling and Cause a Childhood Genetic Disease --Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Identify New Gene in Cornelia deLange Syndrome--
08/3/2012
Beverly Lange, M.D., Honored During Alex's Lemonade Stand Event
08/3/2012
CHOP Receives Grants to Further Neuroscience, Mental Health Research
08/2/2012
DiGeorge Medal Honors Donna McDonald-McGinn for Longstanding Work on Chromosome Deletion Syndrome
08/1/2012
In Pilot Study, a Peptide Controls Blood Sugar in People with Congenital Hyperinsulinism; CHOP Researchers Develop First Potential Medicine for Patients with Most Severe Form of this Disease
07/23/2012
Survival Rates for Premature Babies in High-Level NICUs Are Better than Previously Reported
07/16/2012
Hospitals in recession-hit areas see uptick in serious cases of child physical abuse; New research from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia raises concerns about gaps in national child abuse statistics
06/28/2012
Dr. Douglas Wallace to Receive Gruber Foundation 2012 Genetics Prize; $500,000 Award Honors Pioneering Research
06/18/2012
BGI and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Launch the 1,000 Rare Diseases Project to Advance Gene Discovery
06/7/2012
Manipulating Chromatin Loops to Regulate Genes May Offer Future Treatments for Blood Diseases
06/7/2012
Pediatric Kidney Expert Receives Young Investigator Award from American Transplant Congress
06/5/2012
CHOP Tops U.S. News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals List
05/29/2012
Mutations Found to Impair Childhood Growth and Development by Disrupting Organization of Chromosome Pairs
05/16/2012
From a Researcher to a Patient to a Champion for a Cause
05/16/2012
Children with Cancer Have Complete Responses in a Children's Oncology Group Phase 1 Trial
05/8/2012
Children's Hospital Oncologist Featured at Annual Cancer Meeting
05/7/2012
Protein May Represent a Switch to Turn Off B cell Lymphoma --Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Researcher Finds Pathway Driving Cancer Signals--
04/30/2012
New research expands understanding of psychoactive medication use among children in foster care
04/26/2012
Tom Curran, Ph.D., Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences --Childhood Cancer Expert at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Joins an Elite Honorary Society--
04/8/2012
Genes Identified for Common Childhood Obesity --Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Scientist Leads Largest-Ever Genome-Wide Study of this Pediatric Condition--
04/5/2012
New Stem Cell Line Provides Safe, Prolific Source for Disease Modeling and Transplant Studies
03/29/2012
Head Injuries Are Most Common Injury in Teen Crashes
03/27/2012
Study Improves Understanding of Mitochondrial Transcription, Mechanics
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