Tag Archive: Douglas C. Wallace

Sep 21 2018

In the News: Brain Cancer Gene Therapy, 2019 Eagles Autism Challenge, Mitochondrial DNA in Cardiomyopathy, Kids First DRC, Device Symposium

Fall weather and football season have returned to us here at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute, bringing with them a fresh batch of research headlines. In this edition of our biweekly news roundup, catch up on the latest announcements for the second annual Eagles Autism Challenge, learn about new insights into the role mitochondrial DNA plays in heart disease progression, and stay updated on how CHOP helps to drive medical innovation and entrepreneurship forward in the Philadelphia community and beyond.

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Dec 17 2015

Mitochondria Affect How We Respond to Stressful Environments

mitochondriaNew research suggests that the tiny structures inside our cells that generate energy, called mitochondria, may play a role in our mind-body interactions and how we respond to stressful environments.

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Nov 4 2015

Tiny Mitochondria Play Outsized Role in Human Evolution and Disease

Cells under microscopeMitochondria are not only the power plants of our cells; these tiny structures also play a central role in our physiology. Furthermore, by enabling flexible physiological responses to new environments, mitochondria have helped humans and other mammals to adapt and evolve throughout the history of life on earth.

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