Tag Archive: Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Apr 3 2019

Collaborators Uncover Genetic Basis of Very Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease

By Barbara Drosey

It’s easy to see how Marcella Devoto, PhD, and Judith Kelsen, MD, work so well together. Their work is imperative, but they also are quick to laugh while falling in and out of side conversations about their research in the sort of shorthand longtime collaborators enjoy.

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Jan 11 2019

In the News: New Treatment Option for Ph+ ALL, Video Game for Autism and Co-occurring ADHD, Science of Pediatric Palliative Care, Frontier Programs Named

In this edition of In the News, learn about digital medicine and what it means for children with autism spectrum disorder and co-occurring attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Read about a variation in care study, a recent FDA approved drug treatment for a specific childhood cancer, and why two Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers are calling for improved pediatric palliative care measures. And lastly, join us in celebrating the addition of six new initiatives to CHOP’s Frontier Programs.  

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Jul 18 2018

CHOP’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symposium Attracts Leading Experts

With the rate of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) continuing to rise, especially in the hard-the-treat population of young children, the timing couldn’t be better for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s “Personalized IBD and VEO-IBD: Genomics, Microbiome, Biologics, and Beyond” symposium.

This symposium was of particular interest because of the unique combination of the latest research developments with the most up to date advances in clinical care for very-early-onset inflammatory bowel disease (VEO-IBD) and pediatric IBD, said course Co-director Judith R. Kelsen, MD, director of CHOP’s Very Early Onset Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic.

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May 18 2018

Pediheart Podcast, EPA Asthma Award, Walk for Hope, Antibiotics and Kidney Stones, Gilyena Approval, Autism Challenge

In our latest roundup of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia research headlines, learn how our investigators took their discoveries from the bench to the bedside (and beyond), gaining local and national recognition for their hard-earned advances in interventional cardiology practice, asthma management, multiple sclerosis (MS), and more. On top of that, we give you updates on April’s successful Walk for Hope and share our excitement for this Saturday’s Eagles Autism Challenge — two fun-filled family events that illustrate just how much scientific breakthroughs rely on both the community and our scientists.

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