Leading the charge to develop new, targeted approaches to treat disease, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute investigators have uncovered more of the mechanistic underpinnings of the migratory T cell response, and CHOP announced the inaugural Patricia Brophy Endowed Chair in Neuroblastoma Research to advance innovation into less toxic treatment options for specific cancers. Out in the community, CHOP has teamed up with the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation for the pilot program of its Healthier Together initiative, and researchers are learning how best to help survivors of violence after they are discharged from the hospital.
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New research findings by physician-scientists at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia suggest that eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) can be added as another “step” on the allergic march.
Editor’s Note: This guest blog by David Rubin, MD, MSCE, and Kathleen Noonan, JD, co-founders of PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, originally appeared on the PolicyLab website as the first in a series of blog posts that will be published throughout the year in recognition of PolicyLab's 10th anniversary. We invite you to check the PolicyLab website in the months to come for more about their ongoing efforts to chart new frontiers in children's health research and policy.
For many of our researchers, the annual Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Meeting is more than just another conference or convention: It’s an exciting and educational event filled with discovery and discussion about the myriad ways we can improve children’s health. This year, experts from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will convene in Toronto from May 5 to 8 for four days of networking, presentations, poster sessions, and awards. They’ll represent a range of pediatric fields — from behavioral health to bone health, injury research to emergency medicine, neonatology to autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and almost everything in between.
If you’re eager to learn and a creator of change — which pretty much covers everyone here at the Research Institute — then you’ll want to know about what’s happening at the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting (PAS), the largest international meeting focusing on research in child health.
Twice a year, the CPCE Pilot Grant Program offers funding opportunities to CHOP investigators conducting clinical effectiveness studies. The recipient of the Fall 2016 Pilot Grant Awards are Ruth Abaya, MD, MPH; Yeh-Chung (Dan) Chang, MD; and Sheila Quinn, DO.
The end of the year has come up fast, and so have important advances in pediatric research at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. This week’s In the News starts off with a celebration of two remarkable patients and their dedicated pediatric oncologist.
Most of us know that unlucky kid — and some of us were that unlucky kid — who was stuck with more allergies than the rest of the class, from peanuts and eggs to asthma and hay fever. Is it a coincidence that often the kid carrying an inhaler might also be carrying an EpiPen?
This week’s highlights are an alliterative array to close out the month of August, with a study linking asthma with other allergies and news on progress against arthritis in kids. Plus, an immunology discovery could lead to treatments for inflammatory disorders.