Tag Archive: Elizabeth Walshe

Sep 20 2019

In the News: Pre-transplant Communication, Working Memory and Driving, Master Regulator Gene in Schizophrenia, Girls’ Concussion Care, Baby Brain Development

A slight chill on the air and the rustling of falling leaves means it’s time to grab your favorite pumpkin spice beverage and read our latest roundup of research news. Investigators from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Center for Injury Prevention and Research shared findings in concussion research and preventing car crashes among teens. Scientists in the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Cellular and Molecular Therapeutics discovered a gene that could help guide future treatment for schizophrenia, and a pilot grant from the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness will support aims to improve pre-transplant communication with patients and their families. As you savor the last few sips from your cup, learn about CHOP researchers’ contributions to a special journal issue on baby brain development. 

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Mar 8 2019

Intelligence Meets Inspiration: Celebrating Women in STEM at CHOP

Persevere, persist, and prioritize. These are some of the powerful words of wisdom that women in science at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia would like to share with the next generation of female scientists. To celebrate Women’s History Month this year, we are continuing our tradition of highlighting the talented researchers at CHOP who work in the science, engineering, math, and technology (STEM) fields, which have historically been underrepresented by women. 

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Jun 29 2018

In the News: Neuroscience of Driving, ASD Reward Circuitry, Orthopaedics Meeting, Diva De León-Crutchlow

Our latest roundup of research headlines from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is all about connecting the dots — whether it’s between two disciplines that come together in a common research mission, or discovering answers to previously unknown research questions. Read on to learn more about the Neuroscience of Driving Research Program, a collaboration between our Center of Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) and the neuroradiology MEG (magnetoencephalography) Imaging Center at CHOP, along with novel findings that advance our understanding of how the brain processes rewards in individuals with autism spectrum disorder(ASD), and more.

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