Tag Archive: Gary Wu

Nov 21 2018

In the Gut: Therapeutic Discovery in the Microbiome

 


The Fifth Annual Microbiome Symposium: Microbes, Metabolomics, and Modern Diseases highlighted the synergy of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania scientific community to produce incredibly novel and exciting research.

Hosted by the PennCHOP Microbiome Program, the Nov. 8 symposium brought experts from the fields of microbiology, immunology, gastroenterology, cell and molecular physiology, and pathology together with a common goal: to share developments from their labs with the end game of improving outcomes for individuals with chronic disease.

Larry Jameson, MD, PhD, executive vice president, University of Pennsylvania Hospital System and dean of the Perelman School of Medicine, welcomed attendees to the packed Gaulton Auditorium.

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Nov 16 2018

In the News: Vital-Sign Monitors for Infants, Manufacturing Precision Tools for Medicine, Annual Report of Injury Prevention Studies, Penn-CHOP Nutritional Research

At Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, we know innovation sometimes requires a second look at seemingly harmless practices and a willingness to break out of the status quo. In this edition of In the News, learn how an unnecessary emergency room visit prompted Christopher Bonafide, MD, to examine the use of physiological monitors for healthy infants, and read about a bold move toward future innovation with the grand opening of our new Clinical Manufacturing Facility for precision medical tools. Additionally, the Center for Child Injury and Prevention Studies’ Annual Report highlights important safety work with real-world implications, a new Penn-CHOP collaboration aims to investigate nutritional interventions to treat disease, and a CHOP patient gets the surprise of a lifetime in the name of autism awareness.

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