Tag Archive: Carole Marcus

Dec 7 2017

In Memory of Carole Marcus, MBBCh, Pioneering Pediatric Sleep Researcher

Curiosity is one of the driving traits of a stellar researcher, and throughout her career, pioneering sleep researcher Carole Marcus, MBBCh, had an unwavering fascination with sleep medicine. Upon her unexpected recent death, we take a look back over her years of exceptional leadership and clinical research as director of the Sleep Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the CHOP Clinical and Translational Research Center/Center for Human Phenomic Science. She also worked closely with colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania as associate director of the Institute for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics, and was an outstanding and generous mentor for many fellows and faculty, having earned the CHOP Faculty Mentor Award in 2015.

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Dec 22 2015

Going Back to the Future of Obesity and Osteoporosis

osteoporosisMany of today’s healthy children and teens will develop later-onset chronic conditions including heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis.

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Jun 9 2015

Sleep Medicine Researcher Receives Prestigious Achievement Award

sleep medicineDr. Marcus continues to find practicing sleep medicine extremely gratifying because she often sees how diagnosing sleep problems and then recommending appropriate therapies can make a huge difference in patients’ and families’ lives.

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