News Results for Nancy B. Spinner, PhD
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The six-week CHOP-RISES internship gives students the chance to work in some of our most innovative laboratories.
Published on Aug 7, 2019 in Cornerstone Blog
The 2019 Scientific Symposium focused on the advances CHOP researchers have made in the booming area of genomics and data science.
Published on May 29, 2019 in Cornerstone Blog
In the News: Sepsis in Scientific American, Updating Genetic Tests, Prenatal Gene Editing, Nature Magazine, Type 1.5 Diabetes
Scientists made strides in our approach to genetic tests, prenatal gene editing, type 1.5 diabetes, and more.
Published on Oct 19, 2018 in Cornerstone Blog
Collaborating with clinicians and getting involved with patient advocacy groups can help basic scientists connect their benchwork to the bedside.
Published on Dec 5, 2017 in Cornerstone Blog
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.
Published on Oct 13, 2017 in Cornerstone Blog
A new genetic study may shed light on the causes of the rare childhood disease biliary atresia. The leading cause of liver transplantation in children, biliary atresia (BA) is a rare, life-threatening condition in which the ducts that carry bile from the liver to the gallbladder…
Published on Apr 25, 2013 in Cornerstone Blog
Check it out! A report on American Public Media's Marketplace on DNA sequencing and its effect on (and creation of) personalized medicine - "the next big thing in health care" - featured input from CHOP's Nancy B. Spinner, PhD.
Published on Apr 16, 2013 in Cornerstone Blog
Please vote for CHOP scientists Ian Krantz and Nancy Spinner, who are in the running for the Time 100--Time Magazine's annual list of influential people from around the world. Drs. Krantz and Spinner are leaders of a research grant to explore how families can best learn…
Published on Apr 8, 2013 in Cornerstone Blog
As promised, here is PBS's Religion and Ethics Newsweekly's piece on the work of Drs. Ian D. Krantz and Nancy B. Spinner. Enjoy!
Published on Jan 28, 2013 in Cornerstone Blog
Stay tuned! The work of married CHOP geneticists Ian D. Krantz, MD, and Nancy B. Spinner, PhD, will be featured on PBS's Religion &amp; Ethics Newsweekly this Friday, January 25. The program will air online ahead of its being shown on television. See below for a…
Published on Jan 25, 2013 in Cornerstone Blog