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This week’s news round-up highlights the CCMT’s state-of-the-art Clinical Manufacturing Facility
CHOP clinicians and researchers highlight prior research for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force to consider in review of scientific evidence on screening for autism spectrum disorder.
We feature seven more women in STEM at CHOP nominated by leaders of their Centers of Emphasis.
Compared with non-autistic peers, young autistic drivers have lower rates of moving violations and similar to lower crash rates.
Researchers at CHOP are studying verbal patterns in children with autism.
White children were more likely to be referred for early intervention for developmental delays prior to developmental screening.
This week’s roundup features new findings on early microbiome development, genetic variations in IBD, quality of life in ASD, and more.
Concussion study reveals video confirmation is critical to the processing of head impact sensor data. This and more In the News.
CHOP researchers develop an autism-specific lifespan quality-of-life assessment tool, measuring areas important to people with ASD.
New research utilizes eye-tracking technology to study visual social attention in pediatric brain tumor survivors.