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Published on Apr 15, 2021 in Press Releases
CHOP researchers have identified BAFF as a key target that may be responsible for treatment failure in about 30% of patients with hemophilia A.
Visio-Vestibular Examination is a Critical Component of Diagnosing Concussion in Young Athletes, Feasible Across Multiple Care Settings
Published on Apr 14, 2021 in Press Releases
CHOP researchers recommend specific updates to clinical examinations to improve initial concussion diagnosis across multiple settings.
Published on Apr 9, 2021 in Press Releases
The award was presented to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation-Stand Up 2 Cancer Pediatric Cancer Dream Team, co-led by CHOP.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Dr. Flaura Winston Receives Clinical and Translational Science Distinguished Investigator Award for Using Research to Inform Public Safety Measures
Award recognizes a researcher who has translated research findings into effective public policies.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Dr. N. Scott Adzick Receives Clinical and Translational Science Distinguished Investigator Award for Bringing Fetal Surgery from the Lab to the Clinic
Award recognizes a researcher who has translated a proof-of-concept study to widespread clinical practice.
The EVAN Foundation Pledges to Continue its Support of the Evan Lindberg Neuroblastoma Research Scholars Program at CHOP
Published on Mar 29, 2021 in Press Releases
The Scholars Program supports exceptional early-career scientists at CHOP who are dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma.
Published on Mar 26, 2021 in Press Releases
CHOP was the lead enrolling site in the clinical trial that led to the approval of the Harmony™ Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV).
Published on Mar 23, 2021 in Press Releases
The supplement also proved effective at preventing the formation of amyloid proteins, which may lead to treatments for certain forms of dementia.
The team analyzed more than 400 individuals with SCN2A-related disorder, which has been linked to a variety of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Large study provides head impact sensor analysis across four HS varsity sports and both genders, a first for basketball and field hockey.