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Sepsis

The LUng iNjury Group at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is dedicated to advancing the care of children who have difficulty breathing, with a focus on hospitalized children with severe respiratory failure requiring mechanical ventilation.

Jenny Bush, BSN, RN is the clinical research nurse lead of the Critical Care Medicine research team within the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care medicine.

E-mail:
BushJ1 [at] chop.edu
Published on
Apr 2, 2024
CHOP researchers from Emergency Medicine and Arcus are co-leading a project to develop a national pediatric sepsis surveillance definition.
Published on
Feb 26, 2024
Dr. Brad Lindell explains how the Junior Faculty Award allowed his lab to build a large multi-omics sepsis dataset that may help researchers identify novel proteomic signatures related to high-risk adverse events.
Published on
Dec 8, 2023
Our research news roundup highlights the improvements made in CAR therapies through structural biology discoveries and cost reduction strategies.
Published on
Nov 20, 2023
The NIH-funded study, PRESCRIBE, will help researchers understand how antibiotics affect organ function recovery and respiratory microbiota in children with sepsis.

The overall goal of the Lindell Lab is to leverage translational immunology to define “treatable traits” in pediatric sepsis patients which can inform novel approaches to precision immunomodulation.

Published on
Jun 28, 2023
Kandace Gollomp, MD, attending physician in the Division of Hematology, studies neutrophils to understand how they interact with infections.

The Pediatric Sepsis Program will lead the international medical and scientific communities to determine what causes sepsis, the best methods for early detection and resuscitation, therapies to successfully reverse the effects of sepsis, and appropriate long-term follow-up for infants, children, and adolescents.

Published on
Jun 2, 2022
CHOP and Penn researchers discussed the latest findings about the mechanisms of immunity at the CHOP Research Institute 2022 Scientific Symposium.