Tag Archive: U.S.News & World Report

Jun 28 2019

In the News: Driving and Autism, Epilepsy Learning System, Youth-onset Diabetes, Mitochondrial Research Award, MicroRNA and Obesity, Well-being Measures

Even as the lazy days of summer approach, our researchers are busy making news with innovations in their respective fields. In this edition of In The News, a multidisciplinary study lauds parental support as key for autistic adolescents who want to drive, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia announces a pioneering partnership in the Epilepsy Learning Healthcare System, and the TODAY study shows youth-onset type 2 diabetes leads to later complications. 

For more summer reading, Dr. Douglas Wallace is honored for mitochondrial research; scientists find a correlation among gut microbiota, microRNA 181 (miR-181), and obesity; and a validated pediatric tool for self-reported outcomes becomes available for clinical use.

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Jun 20 2019

National Distinction Awarded to CHOP Divisions

By Jillian Rose Lim

We are proud to share that Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has once again been ranked one of the nation’s Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S.News & World Report, marking the 15th consecutive year that our divisions have received top-notch distinctions. CHOP secured second place in the 2019-2020 Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals, a list that seeks to provide an answer to the question that crosses almost every family’s mind: “Which hospitals are best prepared to care for the sickest kids?”

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Mar 22 2019

In the News: Mitochondrial Gene Variance, Killing Cancer Cells, NICU Stress Effects, Visually Impaired Driver Safety

In this week’s news roundup, there’s a lot to be proud of as our researchers make impactful discoveries, such as new-found variability in a mitochondrial disease-causing gene and encouraging findings about an antibody-drug conjugate that targets a surface protein expressed in childhood neuroblastomas, effectively killing cancer cells. Wanjiku Njoroge, MD, and colleagues followed mothers of very preterm infants to determine stress in the NICU and its effects five years later, and Allison Curry, PhD, MPH, is changing perceptions about visually impaired drivers.

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Mar 14 2019

CHOP Ranked Nation’s Top Pediatrics Department for 2020

For the seventh year in a row, U.S.News & World Report has ranked the Department of Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania as the number one pediatrics department in the United States. 

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