Microbes, monitors, and miraculous medicine converge in this week’s roundup of research-related headlines at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Keep reading to learn more about new concerns for commercially available baby monitors reported by our researchers, one family’s inspirational story of resilience and recovery after their baby daughter battled a brain tumor, and exciting upcoming events in the CHOP community, including the fifth annual symposium for microbiome research.
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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.
Nick Pautler, a biomedical engineering student at the University of Delaware, can tell you how a lot of things work – from the microbial science behind baking sourdough bread, to the intricacy of model railroads, to the way that an army of re-engineered T-cells worked hard to fight the cancer cells in his body this past year.