News: Press Releases

09/28/2011
$2.5 Million Lurie Family Foundation Gift Powers Groundbreaking Research Into Autism Spectrum Disorders at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
09/23/2011
Adolescents and Young Adults With HIV Need Guidance While Transitioning Into Adult Healthcare
09/22/2011
Policylab Researchers Say Adolecsents and Young Adults With HIV Need Structured Guidance Into Adult Healthcare
09/20/2011
A Good Night's Sleep May Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Obese Teens --Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Links Optimal Sleep to Healthier Levels of Blood Sugar
09/14/2011
CHOP Researchers Use a New Tool to Show How Immune System Attacks Infected Cells
09/5/2011
Study Finds Some Hospitalized Children Exposed to Many Medications and Therapeutic Agents
08/10/2011
CHOP's Genome Center Contributes to Large International Gene Study of MS
07/22/2011
CHOP's Genome Center Helps Build Advanced Genetic Map, Based on African American DNA
07/20/2011
As New Data Wave Begins, A Gene Study in One Disease Discovers Mutations in an Unrelated Disease -- CHOP Research Sheds Light on Ethical, Clinical Implications of Speedier Gene-Searching Tools
06/26/2011
Genome Editing, a Next Step in Genetic Therapy, Corrects Hemophilia in Animals --Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Study Advances New Strategy for Gene Therapy--
06/24/2011
CHOP's Genome Center Contributes to Large Gene Study of an Adult Dementia
06/23/2011
Next-Generation Gene Sequencing Brings Personal Genomics Closer; I.D.s Disease-Causing Mutation in New Syndrome --CHOP Researcher Shows Proof-of-Principle for New Tool Called VAAST, Using DNA from Handful of Subjects in Two Families--
06/22/2011
The Human Genome, Now on an iPad Near You; Genome Wowser, a Free App, Provides DNA Data for Researchers
06/14/2011
Injury Researcher Elected to Prestigious Medical Engineering Society
05/31/2011
Cookies for Kids Cancer Awards $200,000 to Oncology Research at CHOP
05/27/2011
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Launches Single Ventricle Survivorship Program
05/24/2011
Pediatric Patient Crowding Reduced by Smoothing Occupancy Levels
05/19/2011
Animal Results May Pave Way to Treating Rare Mitochondrial Diseases in Children; Study May Point to Much-Needed Drug Therapy for Elusive Metabolic Disorders
05/16/2011
NSF Grant Supports Undergraduate Research Experiences in Injury Science
05/16/2011
Clues to Calming a Cytokine Storm --CHOP Study in Animals: Immune System Proteins Might Protect Children from Rare, Deadly Inflammation--
05/11/2011
Neurodevelopmental Outcomes for Babies with Congenital Heart Defects Are Better with Delivery at 39 Weeks or More
05/11/2011
For Puzzling Childhood Immune Disorder, Gene Research Opens Door to First Diagnostic Test
05/11/2011
CHOP Announces $2 Million Gift From Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation
05/10/2011
Hematologist and Gene Therapy Expert Katherine A. High, M.D., Elected to the Prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences
05/10/2011
Two-thirds of Children in Palliative Care Programs Live Longer Than a Year
05/6/2011
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Partners With Vascular Magnetics, Inc. to Pursue Commercial Potential of Blood Vessel Research
05/4/2011
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Partners With Vascular Magnetics, Inc. to Pursue Commercial Potential of Blood Vessel Research
04/14/2011
Novel Therapy Improves Immune Function in Teen with Rare Disease --Immunotherapy Used in Proof-of-Principle Treatment for Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia--
04/11/2011
New Study Pinpoints What Happens Right Before Teens Crash
04/3/2011
Potential Treatment Found for Debilitating Bone Disease in Wounded Soldiers and Children
03/21/2011
Medically Underserved Girls Receive Less Frequent Evaluation for Short Stature
03/17/2011
In Pilot Study, Screening Detects Potentially Serious Heart Conditions in Healthy Children
03/15/2011
Modell Chair in Pediatric Immunology Established
03/14/2011
Antioxidants in Pregnancy Prevent Obesity in Animal Offspring; Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Sheds Light on Prenatal Influence of High-Fat Diet
03/10/2011
Exercise Performance in Children and Young Adults with Single Ventricle Heart Disease Improves with Use of Drug for Erectile Dysfunction
03/1/2011
Gene Variants in Autism Linked to Brain Development -- Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Study Shows Extensive Complexity of Autism Genetics--
02/25/2011
HIV Makes Protein That May Help Virus's Resurgence -- CHOP Study Sheds Light on How HIV Takes Over Cell Cycle --
02/23/2011
Whole Fresh Blood for Transfusions May Have a Longer Shelf Life than Now Assumed
02/16/2011
Modell Chair in Pediatric Immunology Established
02/9/2011
Fetal Surgery Takes a Huge Step Forward in Treating Children with Spina Bifida -- The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Is One of Three Centers in Newly Released Landmark Study
02/7/2011
Protein May Be Key to New Treatment in a Childhood Cancer --Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Study Finds New Neuroblastoma Target
01/24/2011
National Report Highlights Forgotten Victims of Teen Driver Crashes -- Nearly 30 Percent Who Die in These Crashes Were Not in Teen's Car
01/10/2011
Children's Hospital Achieves 'Gold Seal' of Approval for Clinical Studies
01/9/2011
Grant Funds Efforts to See Child Health Through the Eyes of Children
01/3/2011
CHOP-Led Study Detects Dozens of Genes for Adult Height --Technique Leverages Gene-Dense Data Chip for New Discoveries--
12/20/2010
CHOP Researchers Say Parent-Doctor Collaboration on ADHD Treatment Options May Work Best
12/16/2010
CHOP Experts Collaborate in Gene Survey of Childhood Brain Cancer; Intriguing Clues Found --Comprehensive Study of Medulloblastoma Suggests Targeted Drugs May Be Especially Effective in Children--
12/15/2010
More Crohn's Disease Genes Discovered by CHOP Researchers
12/13/2010
Epilepsy Researcher at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Receives Scientific Prize --American Epilepsy Society Recognizes Dr. Douglas Coulter for Basic Science Advances
12/1/2010
New Gene for Childhood Cancer Neuroblastoma Is Discovered --At Same Gene Site, Variants May Predispose to Cancer and Also Drive Disease Progression--
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