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PennCHOP Microbiome Program News & Announcements
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Registration is now open for the joint UPenn & CHOP Microbiome Symposium.
Save the date the 2023 Joint Microbiome Symposium, Dec. 4-5.
Abstract submission for the 30th annual CHOP Research Poster Day is now open! Anyone conducting research at CHOP is welcome to participate.
The CHOP Microbiome Center and the PennCHOP Microbiome Program is celebrating World Microbiome Day today!
Published on Apr 15, 2022
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is considering the possibility of developing a Common Fund program to characterize the human virome to yield greater understanding of the viruses we harbor and their impact on immune function and human health.
The PennCHOP Microbiome Program has opened their Pilot Grant for applications.
CHOP Microbiome Center, a component of the PennCHOP Microbiome Program, provides services to microbiome researchers engaged in discovery.
Michael Silverman, MD, PhD, is pursuing research to learn how gut bacteria may help signal genes to prevent type 1 diabetes.
Dr. Greg Tasian is researching connections between the gut microbiome and kidney stones.
This week’s roundup features new findings on early microbiome development, genetic variations in IBD, quality of life in ASD, and more.
Researchers have analyzed how the gut microbiome develops early in infancy, which may help understand how it can affect health and disease.
In this week’s recap, our researchers make headlines with their work in endocrinology, autism research, telehealth, the gut-brain connection, and more.
Scientists from the PennCHOP Microbiome Program shared new developments in knowledge of the microbiome at their Fifth Annual Symposium.
Our latest headlines include one patient family's story of miracles and medicine, new research into baby monitors, and more.
Pilot grants from PennCHOP Microbiome Program allow investigators to find sometimes friends and sometimes foe in our microbiome.
Microbes are on us and in us, and researchers are increasingly becoming aware that they are a vital part of us. Across The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania a variety of research efforts are underway to understand these populations of…