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Researchers are aiming for "high scores" in their studies of video games and virtual reality platforms as interventions for autism spectrum disorder.
We rounded up the top 10 stories that captivated our readers' attention in 2017.
Collaborating with clinicians and getting involved with patient advocacy groups can help basic scientists connect their benchwork to the bedside.
If you glance at a diagram of the continuum of translational research, the arrows point orderly to five phases — from basic research to improving population health.
This week, new research findings at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia are propelling the way we think about autism, single ventricle survivors, and neuroblastoma forward.
Notable awards, new autism initiatives, and a novel approach to managing sickle cell disease are all part of this week's roundup of research news. As Children's Hospital of Philadelphia experts made waves at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) National Conference…
September marks National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and this year at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we kick-started the commemorative period on the heels of exciting news about breakthroughs in pediatric cancer immunotherapy research.
A tantrum, a kick, a meltdown: In school-age children with autism, these aggressive and oppositional behaviors ‚- described collectively as “challenging behaviors” ‚- are some of the biggest struggles reported by parents and teachers.
Every good researcher needs a sturdy set of tools: Whether it's a new technology that drives efficiency, the financial support that accompanies an award, or simple advice from a research mentor, all of these resources make collective breakthroughs possible.
Making medical decisions can be overwhelming when families must figure out the "best choices" for their child who may have special healthcare needs or developmental disabilities. Some families may rely on their clinicians to make these important decisions for them, in…