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Division of Neonatology News & Announcements
Displaying announcements from the past three years.
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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.
This week’s In The News highlights studies on influenza, antibiotic use, and e-scooter accidents.
With $50 million in NIH funding, the research team will recruit and follow 2,500 pregnant patients and their children for the next seven years.
CHOP scientists share their expertise in circadian research and SMA treatments. This and more this week’s news.
CHOP researchers discover a link between circadian cycles and lung repair and regeneration.
Two CHOP researchers receive the Individual Biomedical Research Award from the Hartwell Foundation, which will fund early-stage, innovative projects.
In this Faculty Spotlight, Colin Conine, PhD, shares how receiving the Junior Faculty Award allows him to study how the microbiome and T cells regulate transgenerational epigenetic inheritance.
CHOP and Penn researchers have received a $50 million grant from the NIH to study the impact of environmental influences on pregnancy and children’s health.
HEALthy Brain and Child Development Study will be collecting donations for moms and babies participating in the study.
This week In the News, the Division of Neonatology is re-selected as a Neonatal Research Network Center, and researchers develop the first pediatric brain tumor atlas.
This year’s Poster Day and Scientific Symposium featured all manners of bugs, breakthroughs, and big discoveries.
Learn about a novel disorder caused by rare genetic variants, the importance of global neonatal outcomes, and more, in this week’s edition of In the News.
Projects address a variety of clinical issues, including pediatric respiratory distress and Respiratory Distress Syndrome, neonatal jaundice, IV infiltration, and surgical hemorrhage.
Meet Gennadiy Fonar, PhD, the Featured Research Staff Member for Diversity Month
Dr. Lingappan, a neonatologist at CHOP, studies sex-specific differences in organ systems that could mediate the sex-specific responses of preterm infants.
This week’s In the News highlights research on MIS-C, an association between serotonin and heart valve disease, a genetic basis for sleep disorders, and neonatal resuscitation guidelines.
CHOP researchers led an international group of experts in developing guidelines for neonatal resuscitation research
CHOP researchers found that before wide availability of vaccines, newborns were infected with SARS-CoV-2 at variable rates and without apparent short-term effects.
This week in the news, we congratulate new award recipients on their research honors.
New study findings can inform optimal COVID-19 vaccination strategy during pregnancy.
Our December Faculty Spotlight scientist, Christopher Thom, MD, PhD, works at the intersection of genetics, blood biology, and cellular therapeutics.
CHOP researchers found that nearly one-third of extremely premature infants develop late-onset sepsis.
A Q&A with neonatologist Karen Puopolo MD, PhD, recipient of the Pennsylvania Pediatrician of the Year Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
CHOP researchers found neighborhood characteristics were associated with higher rates of SARS-CoV-2 in pregnancy during the prevaccination era of the COVID-19 pandemic
Philadelphia Regional Center for Children’s Environmental Health takes on environment threats to children in the area’s most vulnerable communities.
Learn about earn about a regional research collaboration, prestigious awards, and listen to a special podcast series.
In the final installment of our Women in STEM series, six more scientists share their advice for aspiring researchers.
New research describes a nanomaterial property that dictates how particles interact with “first-responder” immune cells, neutrophils.
Learn about novel findings and new funding from our Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers.
Study shows it is safe to withhold antibiotics in infants, including those born preterm, with low-risk delivery characteristics.
Through a multimodal big data set, researchers across the nation want to better understand what typical variability in brain development looks like.
This week’s news roundup includes a podcast with the CSO, new studies regarding COVID-19 effects, golf cart injuries, and new NIH funding.
Study by CHOP researchers suggests shorter hospital stays for healthy term infants might be safe outside of a pandemic scenario, with implications for health care costs and best practices.
CHOP researchers found that a plurality of hospitals delivers fewer than 500 infants per year, and that nearly a fifth of low-volume hospitals are more than 30 miles from another obstetric hospital.
CHOP researchers identify the bacterial pathogens most responsible for early-onset sepsis in very preterm infants.
Colin Conine, PhD, a 2021 Pew Scholar, studies small RNAs in sperm to understand how they influence traits of the offspring they produce.
Colin Conine, PhD, has been named a 2021 Biomedical Sciences Pew Scholar for his research into the diversity and roles of small RNAs in sperm.
The 2021 Distinguished Research Trainee Award recipients include trainees from a variety of levels and disciplines.
This week’s news round-up highlights the CCMT’s state-of-the-art Clinical Manufacturing Facility
This week’s In the News features tetralogy of Fallot, CPR, stroke after SARS-CoV-2 infection, and a link between oxygen therapy and influenza.
CHOP researchers have found mice exposed to neonatal hyperoxia have increased influenza susceptibility and disrupted lung circadian clocks.
This week’s research news features CHOP Oncologist Stephen Hunger, MD, as quoted in a “TODAY Show” article about pediatric cancer research.
In the second installment of our Faculty Spotlight series, meet Shaon Sengupta, MBBS, MPH, attending neonatologist and faculty investigator.
The 2020 Distinguished Research Trainee Award Recipients include trainees from a variety of levels and disciplines.
Researchers found that antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 efficiently cross the placenta.
Researchers in a CHOP-led study found no benefit to higher red blood cell transfusions in preterm babies.
This week’s research news features CHOP’s participation in a study that found outcome disparities by race/ethnicity in children with severe sepsis.
This week’s In the News features firearms research, stillbirths during COVID, donations to the Friedreich’s Ataxia Center of Excellence, and postdocs highlighted for diversity.
A $300,000 grant from Independence Blue Cross Foundation and Highmark Delaware will allow researchers to study the effect of COVID-19 on birth outcomes.
CHOP-Penn Medicine Study found no significant changes in preterm birth or stillbirth in Philadelphia during the COVID-19 pandemic.