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In the News: Genes Causing Osteoporosis, Residents’ Longer Work Shifts, Pediatric Spinal Deformity, Ventilation Strategy for Preterm Infants, Pediatric Cell Atlas
Apr 5, 2019
Knowing the causative genes for osteoporosis may later open the door to more effective treatments. Research by Struan Grant, PhD, and Andrew Wells, PhD.
Collaborators Uncover Genetic Basis of Very Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Apr 3, 2019
Marcella Devoto, PhD; Judith Kelsen, MD; and colleagues are using technologies like whole exome sequencing to uncover the genetic basis of very early onset inflammatory bowel disease.
Pediatric Cell Atlas Will Map Single-cell Changes for a Deeper View of Child Health and Disease
Mar 28, 2019
Biomedical researchers plan to create the Pediatric Cell Atlas (PCA), a powerful new resource for fine-grained scientific understanding of human growth and development.
Informatics Driven Clinical Genomics: Q&A With Mahdi Sarmady, PhD
Feb 12, 2019
A new model for genomic test interpretation and continuous reanalysis may enable faster, systematic, and more effective use of new discoveries.
Borrowing a Weapon From Leukemia’s Arsenal to Develop New Immunotherapy Approaches
Jan 30, 2019
Basic and bioinformatics scientists at CHOP and Penn are working hard to unravel how leukemia cells resist CAR T-cell therapy.
Super Sleuths to Unravel Perplexing Pediatric Cases in Undiagnosed Diseases Network
Jan 16, 2019
Clinician-scientists at CHOP and Penn leverage their collective brainpower to narrow down the toughest of these tough diagnoses.
New Center for Computational and Genomic Medicine Harnesses Technology and Big Data for Discovery
Nov 13, 2018
Synthesizing diverse data sets from many sources comes with vast opportunities to change pediatric medicine.
In the News: Sepsis in Scientific American, Updating Genetic Tests, Prenatal Gene Editing, Nature Magazine, Type 1.5 Diabetes
Oct 19, 2018
Scientists made strides in our approach to genetic tests, prenatal gene editing, type 1.5 diabetes, and more.
Expert: Keep up with Latest Discoveries through Automated Updates in Reporting Genetic Test Results
Oct 1, 2018
CHOP Scientist Proposes Interactive Info-Sharing Model, to Help Advance Precision Medicine
CHOP-Led Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Launches New NIH-Funded Childhood Disease Research Portal
Sep 10, 2018
Research platform makes large-scale data on childhood cancer and birth defects available to researchers, clinicians and patients within a cloud-based environment
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