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An experimental compound might be further developed as an effective treatment approach for affected patients.
CHOP reaches a major milestone in pediatric cancer treatments, treating its 500th patient with CAR T-cell immunotherapy. This and more in our weekly research news roundup.
Save the date for the Lifespan Brain Institute Symposium in October.
In this news roundup, learn about the achievements of CHOP researchers from societal inductions to grant- and grand-prize recipients.
The work of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers leads to novel findings and recognitions.
Financial stress due to the COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on adolescent mental health and contributed to depressive symptoms.
CHOP researchers found that adolescents who are cyberbullied are more likely to report suicidal thoughts and attempts.
The findings were published in JAMA Network Open.
Dr. Barzilay studies the factors that drive variability in the development of brain and behavior of youths growing up under stress.
BrainChart aggregates brain imaging data to provide benchmarks for brain growth.
This week’s research news features Dr. Audrey Odom John and her discovery of six breath compounds that could lead to a COVID breathalyzer for kids.
Researchers from the Lifespan Brain Institute find tree-rich greenspace plays a protective role on mental health during COVID-19 pandemic.
CHOP and Penn researchers find connection between mitochondrial function and mental illness in patients with a rare genetic disorder.
This week’s research news features Surgeon-in-Chief, Scott Adzick, MD, and a significant CHOP milestone: the 2,000th fetal surgery birth
Dr. Tami Benton, dedicated to childhood mental health, was elected to lead the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
The results of the study may eventually lead to targeted prevention and treatment strategies for patients with the condition.
This week’s research news features Ran Barzilay, PhD, and the results of the latest COVID-19 Resilience Project from the Lifespan Brain Institute.
Depressive symptoms found to be uniquely associated with pandemic-related income loss and financial strain in two countries, independent of anxiety.
Chemogenetic technology is making it more possible to identify abnormal circuitry, correct it, and change the relevant behaviors.
Wanjiku Njoroge, MD, seeks to understand the ways in which social determinants of health and systemic racism affect early neurodevelopment.
CHOP experts bring their unique skills and perspectives to the field of suicide prevention.
This week, we feature findings on the pandemic’s impact on mental health and asthma visits, a new high-risk tumor treatment, and more.
Survey also found that mental resilience can significantly reduce the impact of stress on mental health during the pandemic.
CHOP stays on top of COVID-19 research, from multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children to social distancing’s impact on fractures.
Dr. Ran Barzilay is researching the effects of resilience on mental health and sleep during the COVID-19 pandemic.
TO BE RESCHEDULED:The Lifespan Brain Institute (LiBI) Symposium in collaboration with the Center for Neuroinflammation and Experimental Therapeutics (CNET): "Inflammatory Influences on Brain Development"
In the News announces the Research Institute’s 2019 Annual Report and shares research highlights to start off the holiday season.
Take a multimedia look at our HIV researchers' work – from our basic science labs, to our Center for Functional Neuroimaging, to Botswana's neighborhoods.
From new awards to support cancer research to novel findings into trauma and the brain, read about this week’s research headlines.
LiBI, a unique collaborative effort, bridges the gap between pediatric and adult research to learn how brain and behavior develop over a lifetime.
From stem cell fertility research to staying alert for teen suicidal thoughts, this week’s research headlines spark conversations in the news.
Half of parents don’t know their adolescent has had thoughts about suicide, and more than 75 percent of parents are unaware of their adolescent’s thoughts of death and dying.
A new study from the Lifespan Brain Institute sheds light on the obsessive compulsive patterns associated with serious psychopathology in youth.
Two-hundred attendees gathered for the first Lifespan Brain Institute Symposium to dig deep into the neurobiological development of mental illness.
Synapses were firing throughout the conference room in the Colket Translational Research Building as attendees at the 2017 Research Institute Scientific Symposium held May 2 learned about their colleagues' intriguing research endeavors. The four sessions' themes…