Category Archive: CHOP Research Institute

May 12 2019

Making Time for Science: Meet Jaxson and Megan, Research Hero and Super Mom

by Nancy McCann

Editor’s Note: This occasional blog series features stories of CHOP research heroes who have participated in clinical research studies. Without the generosity and dedication of families, patients, and members of the public who take the time to be a part of research, many trials would not succeed.

The alarm rings annoyingly loud at 6:30 a.m. Megan Payne knows she must rise with that blaring beep, or else the day goes haywire. With five young children to monitor, mornings are a blur of making breakfasts, packing lunches, brushing hair, and searching for lost homework before four kids leave the house at different times to board different buses to attend different schools. Only her youngest, 3-year-old Jaxson, remains behind. Oh, and Megan works three jobs and is a college student studying Environmental Science. Whew.

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Feb 6 2014

Collaborations Set to Advance the Healthcare of Children

Along with its research partners Drexel University and Hebrew University of Jerusalem, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute recently hosted a collaborative research symposium that gave researchers from all three institutions the chance to connect and share ideas.

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