Screening | CHOP Research Institute


Published on
Jan 9, 2020
A multicenter team led by CHOP researchers developed an improved screening method for the eye disease retinopathy of prematurity in infants.
Published on
Nov 26, 2019
An ED physician partners with community groups to develop the STOP IPV program for primary care clinics.

Dr. Young is a clinical psychologist whose research focuses on the identification, prevention, and treatment of adolescent depression. Her scholarship is driven by the need to understand what factors predispose youth to depression and the desire to develop, study, and disseminate interventions to help address the unmet needs of youth with mental health problems.

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Published on
Nov 20, 2017
Working in primary care practice six years ago, Saba Khan, MD, medical irector of our Healthy Weight Program, met a young man who described his hunger as a belly pain that wouldn't go away.
Published on
Dec 15, 2015
Researchers at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia wanted to determine how common it is for clinicians to actually see food allergies occur in patients with eczema by performing a blood test during infancy.
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Jul 17, 2014
A study published in JAMA Ophthalmology shows trained evaluators who studied retinal images transmitted to computer screens successfully identified newborn infants likely to require a specialized evaluation for retinopathy of prematurity.
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Oct 11, 2013
Two recent awards to CHOP researchers show the incredible breadth of research being conducted at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute every day. Supported by the Pennsylvania Department of Health's Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement program, Struan Grant, Phd, will lead an investigation of the genetic links between type 2 diabetes and cancer, while Jennifer F. Culhane, PhD, will study developmental-behavioral screening instruments in children.