Tag Archive: Gregory Tasian

Jun 24 2016

CHOP Research In the News: Children’s Surgery Safety, Mentoring Award, and More

Whether children are under the steady hand of surgeon and anesthesiologist, or medical and research trainees are under the guidance of an experienced mentor, knowledge makes all the difference. This much is clear from the top stories in our weekly roundup of research news at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

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Apr 28 2016

Young Physician-Scientist Recognized for Pediatric Kidney Stone Research

It’s often surprising for parents to learn that their child has a kidney stone, a painful condition that is more common in adults but has dramatically increased in prevalence among pediatric patients over the last 25 years. Seeing this trend firsthand as a pediatric urologist and epidemiologist at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Gregory E. Tasian, MD, MSc, MSCE, realized that more research about pediatric kidney stone disease was desperately needed.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/young-physician-scientist-recognized-pediatric-kidney-stone-research/

Jan 19 2016

Teens’ Rising Risk of Kidney Stones: Four Things to Know

In a marked increase, kidney stones, a painful condition that historically mainly affected middle-aged white men, are growing more common in the U.S. Perhaps surprisingly, that rise is particularly steep among adolescent, female, and African-American populations.

Permanent link to this article: http://blog.research.chop.edu/teens-rising-risk-of-kidney-stones-four-things-to-know/