Connect with CHOP Research on Social Media



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We love to share the latest science and medicine news, celebrate our research community, and highlight events on our CHOP Research social media channels. Join our ever-growing virtual community by following, engaging, and supporting our content. Let’s connect!


CHOP Research Institute LinkedIn

Learn about career opportunities, celebrate our community's accomplishments, and stay up to date on our latest news and events by following us on LinkedIn.

You can also follow the main hospital account at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.


CHOP Research Institute Facebook

Stay up to date on stories, news, and highlights about our scientists, staff, and pediatric breakthroughs by following us on Facebook.

You can also follow our colleagues at the main hospital and CHOP Careers.


CHOP Research Institute Instagram

Scroll through inspiration and innovations as we tell stories about the CHOP Research scientific community through images and videos on Instagram.

You can also follow the main hospital and CHOP Careers.


CHOP Research Institute YouTube

Queue up a playlist of videos about our research community, from our Lab Life video series to inspiring reels on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, on our YouTube Channel.


CHOP Research Institute X

Engage with our virtual community and get updates on CHOP Research news and events by following us on Twitter / X.

You can also follow the main hospital and CHOP Careers.

Bench to Bedside Podcast

CHOP Research Institute Bench to Bedside Podcast

On our Bench to Bedside podcast, Susan Furth, MD, PhD, chief scientific officer of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute, showcases the ingenuity of scientists and staff who make achievements in pediatric science possible. Follow and stream episodes.

Guidelines for Participating

We encourage everyone participating in social conversations with or about Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to comment, share their experiences with each other and build a community.

We want to ensure that all of our social media sites are welcoming, provide meaningful and educational information, and positive expressions of support for all participants.

CHOP reserves the ultimate right to edit or delete any comments or content deemed inappropriate. The following types of comments or content will be deleted by administrators:

  • Abusive or hurtful comments
  • Off-topic and redundant comments (this includes promotion of events, groups, pages, websites, organizations and programs not related to or affiliated with CHOP)
  • Comments that use foul language or "hate speech" (racial-, ethnic- or gender-bashing language)
  • Personal attacks or defamatory comments (i.e., making negative personal comments about a fellow commenter) instead of just expressing a difference of opinion
  • Comments that violate the privacy of our patients and their families
  • Content that violates copyright or that may be confidential

The opinions expressed on Children's Hospital of Philadelphia social sites represent the thoughts of the individual commenters, and not those of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Information posted by administrators, participants or any third party (e.g., commenter) should not be considered medical advice, nor is it intended to replace consultation with a qualified physician or other qualified healthcare provider. Participants will not evaluate, endorse or recommend any particular healthcare providers, medications or treatments. If you have questions about your health, please contact your healthcare provider.

All links to other websites found linked from our social media sites are provided as a service to readers, but such linking does not constitute endorsement of those sites by CHOP, and as such we are not responsible for the content of external websites.

By submitting content to any CHOP social media page (wall posts, comments, photos, links, etc.), you understand that this information is publicly available, and that Children's Hospital of Philadelphia may use this information in staff, family and external publications and other communications. If you do not wish to have your information published, please do not post the information.