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Snapshot Science: Does In Utero BPA Exposure Affect Genes Related to Development of Diabetes and Obesity in Amniocytes?
Feb 21, 2020
Exposure to BPA in utero during critical periods of fetal development linked to obesity and diabetes.
Four CHOP Docs Receive 2019 Perelman School of Medicine Teaching Awards
May 10, 2019
A celebration of four professors with a penchant for pedagogy; discover what brings them joy when it comes to teaching.
In the Gut: Therapeutic Discovery in the Microbiome
Nov 21, 2018
Scientists from the PennCHOP Microbiome Program shared new developments in knowledge of the microbiome at their Fifth Annual Symposium.
In the News: Vital-Sign Monitors for Infants, Manufacturing Precision Tools for Medicine, Annual Report of Injury Prevention Studies, Penn-CHOP Nutritional Research
Nov 16, 2018
In this week's roundup, CHOP researchers help parents avoid unnecessary ER visits, and share real-world implications of injury prevention work.
Snapshot Science: How Can Gene Editing Breakthroughs Help Prevent Congenital Disease Before Birth?
Nov 9, 2018
A landmark study provides proof-of-concept for prenatal gene editing to potentially prevent congenital disease.
In the News: Fertility After Childhood Cancer, Restoring Vision, NYAS Podcast, Obesity and Autism, Genes in Childhood Epilepsy
Nov 2, 2018
In this week's roundup, CHOP scientists take a stem cell approach to restore vision to people who have lost key vision cells.
In the News: Sepsis in Scientific American, Updating Genetic Tests, Prenatal Gene Editing, Nature Magazine, Type 1.5 Diabetes
Oct 19, 2018
Scientists made strides in our approach to genetic tests, prenatal gene editing, type 1.5 diabetes, and more.
In the News: ROP Screening Tool, Sickle Cell Disease Target, PolicyLab Keynote, 2018 St. Baldrick's Grants
Jul 27, 2018
Don't miss new findings from our ophthalmology and hematology researchers into retinopathy of prematurity and sickle cell disease.
Entrepreneurial Science Scholars Turn Ideas Into Medical Innovation
Apr 13, 2018
From research to the real world: Meet the six scholars in our Entrepreneurial Science Scholars Program at CHOP.
In the News: U.S. News & World Report, David Barrett, Driving & ADHD, Bike Safety, Concussion Research
Apr 6, 2018
This week's news roundup includes the latest injury research, from concussion causes to making urban streets safer.
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