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In The News highlights CHOP at the AHA Scientific Sessions, the new AACAP president, a preterm birth study, and new research recognitions.
Kristen Navarro, PhD, discusses her definition of diversity in science, her research on rare diseases, and her cat, Caramel.
This week’s news roundup features three studies, Doris Duke Award winners, and a commitment to the CHOP Parkway Run & Walk.
The Clinical In Vivo Gene Therapy group supports CHOP’s continued leadership in the in vivo gene therapy space.
CHOP researchers have developed a versatile and low-cost technology for targeted sequencing of full-length RNA molecules.
In part two of our series celebrating Women’s History Month, meet more women at CHOP working in science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine fields.
Two scientists with unique skill sets are developing an alternative method for gene therapy delivery with support from a CGTC Seed Grant.
In this news roundup, we celebrate research tools new and old, from RNA sequencing to gene editing to the best tool of all: collaboration.
This week’s research news roundup includes accolades for our scientists and the spaces they work in.
CHOP physician-scientists discuss their CAR T-cell therapy research for childhood cancers in Where Discovery Leads.
This week’s In the News features ASGCT meeting highlights, our new Nephrology Chief, and more.
Prestigious award recognizes Dr. High’s contribution to improving children’s health through her gene therapy research.
CHOP recognized gene therapy pioneer, Katherine High, MD, with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Gold Medal Award.
Learn about novel findings and new funding from our Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers.
Dr. Lindsey George and colleagues report safe and sustained expression following hemophilia A gene therapy.
The Clinical Vector Core, an award-winning, state-of-the-art, multi-product GMP manufacturing facility, supports the growing field of gene therapy.
Raymond G. Perelman Center for Cellular and Molecular Therapeutics team highlights that extended safety testing of AAV-based RNAi strategies is critical.
Meet this year’s CHOP-RISES scholars, who engaged in a unique hybrid curriculum involving hands-on work in our labs and virtual learning.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia scientists developed a tunable switch system to control levels of gene therapy expression.
Delivery system fine tunes gene therapy expression levels and may pave the way for a new wave of gene therapies to treat rare and complex diseases.
The 17th Research Institute Scientific Symposium, held virtually on May 20, highlighted advances in cell and gene therapy.
This week’s research news features Ran Barzilay, PhD, and the results of the latest COVID-19 Resilience Project from the Lifespan Brain Institute.
Four CHOP gene therapy experts were interviewed as part of a comprehensive article in Philadelphia Magazine about cell and gene therapy.
This week’s news round-up highlights the CCMT’s state-of-the-art Clinical Manufacturing Facility
We feature seven more women in STEM at CHOP nominated by leaders of their Centers of Emphasis.
Nominated by their Centers of Emphasis, women in STEM share what drives them, their words of wisdom, and why they do what they do.