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Division of Endocrinology and Diabetes News & Announcements
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CHOP researchers find self-esteem of healthy children with short stature is tied to social supports — not height.
By studying the molecular basis of pediatric thyroid cancer, Dr. Franco seeks to improve outcomes and quality of life for patients.
Dr. Levine’s great pastimes outside of his endocrinology lab are crossword puzzles and flying radio-controlled airplanes with his grandsons.
CHOP docs are leading IAMFIT, a clinical study testing an exercise intervention to enhance lifelong health for young HCT survivors.
Michael Levine, MD, receives lifetime achievement awards from both the Pediatric Endocrine Society and the Human Growth Foundation.
Philadelphia Regional Center for Children’s Environmental Health takes on environment threats to children in the area’s most vulnerable communities.
New evidence from CHOP researchers supports the use of exendin-(9-39) as an effective treatment for children with HI.
Learn about earn about a regional research collaboration, prestigious awards, and listen to a special podcast series.
This week’s In the News highlights
A pilot study at CHOP is the first to demonstrate the effectiveness of a device, known as bihormonal bionic pancreas, in hyperinsulinism patients.
This week’s research news features Dr. Audrey Odom John and her discovery of six breath compounds that could lead to a COVID breathalyzer for kids.
The TODAY2 study found those diagnosed with type 2 diabetes during childhood and adolescence have a high risk of developing serious health complications by early adulthood.
CHOP and its individual departments ranked high in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Children’s Hospitals for 2021-2022.
Michael Levine, MD, is the recipient of the International Award from the European Society of Paediatric Endocrinology.