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Date registered: December 4, 2012

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  1. AAP Conference, PCORI Sickle Cell Research, Eagles Autism Challenge, Anxiety and Autism, New Immunotherapy Target for Neuroblastoma — September 22, 2017
  2. Are Teens Still Building Bone After Attaining Their Adult Height? — September 19, 2017
  3. Neonatal Research for Future Families: Research Hero Clay Maresca Gives Back — September 14, 2017
  4. Driving Evidence-Based Neonatology Forward: A Q&A With Barbara Schmidt, MD — September 12, 2017
  5. CAR-T Cell Approval, Hope on Wheels, Task Force on Pregnant Women, Taking Flight for Autism, NFL Concussion Research, Doug Wallace — September 8, 2017

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Sep 22 2017

AAP Conference, PCORI Sickle Cell Research, Eagles Autism Challenge, Anxiety and Autism, New Immunotherapy Target for Neuroblastoma

Notable awards, new autism initiatives, and much more are all part of this week’s roundup of research news.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/in-the-news-aap-conference-pcori-sickle-cell-research-eagles-autism-challenge-anxiety-autism-new-immunotherapy-target-neuroblastoma/

Sep 19 2017

Are Teens Still Building Bone After Attaining Their Adult Height?

Bone mineral accrual doesn’t keep pace with height growth prior to adolescence, according to a national study. After a teenager reaches adult height, bone mineral accrual tends to play catch-up: Roughly 10 percent of bone mass continues to accumulate after height growth is complete. The study findings also suggest that bone growth is site-specific, with bone mineral density developing at different rates in different parts of the skeleton.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/snapshot-science-teens-still-building-bone-attaining-adult-height/

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/research-heroes-neonatal-research-future-families-research-hero-clay-maresca-gives-back/

Sep 12 2017

Driving Evidence-Based Neonatology Forward: A Q&A With Barbara Schmidt, MD

Earlier this year, the American Academy of Pediatrics recognized Dr. Schmidt with the William A. Silverman Lectureship Award. The award recognizes an individual whose work has significantly advanced neonatal ethics or the field of neonatal evidence-based medicine.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/driving-evidence-based-neonatology-forward-qa-barbara-schmidt-md/

Sep 08 2017

CAR-T Cell Approval, Hope on Wheels, Task Force on Pregnant Women, Taking Flight for Autism, NFL Concussion Research, Doug Wallace

September marks National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and this year at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we kick-started the commemorative period on the heels of exciting news about breakthroughs in pediatric cancer immunotherapy research.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/in-the-news-car-t-cell-approval-hope-wheels-task-force-pregnant-women-taking-flight-autism-nfl-concussion-research-doug-wallace/

Sep 06 2017

CPCE Putting Research Into Practice With Pilot Grant Program

The Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is ushering in the fall with a call for applications to its Pilot Grant Program. The program aims to support CHOP investigators who are interested in conducting studies designed to gather evidence about novel strategies that could shift current research or a clinical practice paradigm.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/cpce-putting-research-practice-pilot-grant-program/

Sep 05 2017

What Leads to Challenging Behaviors in Children with Autism?

A tantrum, a kick, a meltdown: In school-age children with autism, these aggressive and oppositional behaviors – described collectively as “challenging behaviors” – are some of the biggest struggles reported by parents and teachers.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/snapshot-science-leads-challenging-behaviors-children-autism/

Aug 31 2017

A Moment to Remember: First-of-its-Kind Cancer Treatment Approved by FDA

It was a pivotal moment that has turned into a new era for cancer immunotherapy. On April 17, 2012, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers for the first time treated a pediatric patient with a cellular therapy that used her own reprogrammed immune cells, called T cells, to attack her aggressive form of blood cancer.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/moment-remember-first-kind-cancer-treatment-approved-fda/

Aug 29 2017

CHOP Scientists Advance Hemophilia Research With Bayer Awards

While hemophilia is a lifelong condition, breakthroughs in the laboratory are driving novel treatments, and thanks to recently announced grants from the Bayer Hemophilia Awards Program (BHAP), scientists at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will be able to continue conducting even more investigations.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/chop-scientists-advance-hemophilia-research-bayer-awards/

Aug 25 2017

Kids First Data Center (DRC), CHOP’s Health Hero, Concussions on Air, Coping for Parents, Madeline Bell Modern Healthcare

Every day, we learn about the exciting new ways our investigators and staff at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia modernize medicine and revolutionize healthcare for children.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/in-the-news-kids-first-data-center-drc-chops-health-hero-concussions-air-coping-parents-madeline-bell-modern-healthcare/

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