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Published on Feb 27, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogIn our three-part Q&A series introducing our newest Diversity Fellows, Phylicia Fitzpatrick Fleming, PhD, shares her work to make communities stronger through research.
Published on Feb 25, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogKicking off a three-part Q&A series on Cornerstone, meet Diversity Fellow Ozell Sanders, PhD, and learn how he bridged a passion for biomechanics and engineering with rehabilitation medicine.
Published on Feb 22, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogBalancing analgesia and opioid stewardship — two priorities of orthopedic surgeons. Research by Apurva Shah, MD, shows opioid overprescription.
Published on Feb 20, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogA new imaging approach could help visualize how and when the dynamic structural connections in the entire cerebral cortex take shape in early infancy.
Published on Feb 18, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogBundled up in winter clothes from head to toe, 7-year-old Eric rolls a snowball around the backyard with his older brother, building it into a sizeable snowman. Mom, watching from her perch at the kitchen window, can hear her boys laughing — until — Eric doubles over in acute…
Published on Feb 14, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogThe Violence Prevention Initiative is studying the feasibility of an evidence-based approach to firearm safety promotion in the Emergency Department.
Published on Feb 12, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogA new model for genomic test interpretation and continuous reanalysis may enable faster, systematic, and more effective use of new discoveries.
Published on Feb 8, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogIn this week’s recap, collaboration at the local and international levels takes center stage.
Published on Feb 1, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogThe human genome contains approximately 20,000 genes, and exome analysis focuses on about 7,000 genes known in medical literature to be clinically associated with a disease. Currently, up to 70 percent of exome test reports are negative or inconclusive. But suppose at a later…
Published on Jan 30, 2019 in Cornerstone BlogBasic and bioinformatics scientists at CHOP and Penn are working hard to unravel how leukemia cells resist CAR T-cell therapy.
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