The Research Institute's commitment to cultivating and producing strong scientific research is grounded in the diverse mix of experiences, talents, and perspectives that our researchers contribute to our success.
"Diversity has long been a key driver of achievement at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Research Institute, particularly when it comes to innovation and performing more accurate and inclusive research," wrote Bryan
Looking at a scientific problem from new and different perspectives is what research is all about, which is why Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Research Institute is dedicated to cultivating a more diverse workforce. "We value diversity within our research community and it is undoubtedly part of what makes us successful," wrote Bryan A. Wolf, MD, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer and Director
A special space is open on the walls of Adeline Vanderver, MD's, new office for a framed collage of "Commander" Massimo "Mo" Damiani, a toddler wearing an orange jumpsuit who looks ready to join a NASA astronaut team. Dr. Vanderver, a child neurologist and geneticist, helped to pinpoint his rare subtype of leukodystrophy, a group of inherited degenerative diseases that
This week’s stories span discovery (of a potential treatment for rare blood diseases), inspiration (from a mother who transformed grief over her daughter’s terminal disease into a foundation helping other families), and finding practical clinical insight (to distinguish a serious knee condition from a drug-treatable infection with similar symptoms).