Our basic function as human beings is our ability to communicate, yet we often take for granted how a baby babbles, a child chatters, or a teen raps. A fragile interplay along the vocal tract — from lungs, through the larynx and the vocal cords, to the lips — allows us to speak, swallow, and breathe. When an airway insult or injury interferes with these passages and processes, experts at the Center for Pediatric Airway Disorders combine extraordinary clinical care and innovative translational research to give children the best possible outcomes.
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In this week’s roundup of headlines at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, our research takes a leap into real-world applications. Learn how a study from ear, nose, and throat experts at CHOP helped to inform new button battery injury guidelines from the National Poison Center, why a software tool that mines through genomics data can improve genetic diagnoses, and what PolicyLab plans to achieve at their upcoming 10thanniversary forum, “Charting New Frontiers in Children’s Health Policy and Practice.” Don’t miss a chance to discover the latest in research news!
Summer at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is definitely off to a sweet start: We kick off this week’s research roundup with a new way of thinking about honey (thanks to novel findings from our ear, nose, and throat specialists) and congratulate the Cancer Center at CHOP on yet another successful day of serving up lemonade to support the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF). On top of that, we cover research updates from our Mitochondrial Medicine Frontier Program and the Center for Autism Research (CAR), and share a special new award for Stephan Grupp, MD, PhD, director of the Cancer Immunotherapy Program.