Tag Archive: PLOS ONE

Mar 11 2019

In the News: National Clinical Research Award, Vitamin D and Obesity, Modern Healthcare Women Leaders, Mitochondrial Disorder Drug, Predicting Sepsis

Last week marked International Women’s Day (March 8), and while we recognize the remarkable women in science and healthcare at the Research Institute every day of the year, it seems especially fitting that this news roundup features some of those role models as they receive accolades and awards. Hematology researcher, Lindsey George, MD, was honored for her breakthrough work in developing a gene therapy for hemophilia B, while our CEO and President, Madeline Bell, ranked on the Top 25 Women Leaders list by Modern Healthcare. Meanwhile, in other news, researchers published findings on obesity and vitamin D, the use of machine learning for early sepsis detection, and a promising drug to treat some mitochondrial disorders.

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Jun 15 2018

In the News: Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Button Batteries, Mitochondrial Medicine, Project EVO, Citizen Diplomat Award

CHOP Research In the 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.

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