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Division of Urology News & Announcements
Displaying announcements from the past three years.
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Our Faculty Spotlight Q&A highlights Dr. Van Batavia’s research to help children with lower urinary tract symptoms.
In our weekly news roundup, Dr. Beverly Davidson received a $1 million grant to study Huntington’s disease. This and more on Cornerstone.
The new Center for Outcomes Research in Surgery provides a patient-centered approach to improving outcomes in children with surgical conditions.
U.S. News & World Report ranks CHOP No. 1 in region, and we’re proud to have eight specialties ranked in the top five.
A recent study by CHOP researchers shows that rising temperatures due to climate change will lead to a continued increase in cases of kidney stones over the next seven decades.
Learn about a novel disorder caused by rare genetic variants, the importance of global neonatal outcomes, and more, in this week’s edition of In the News.
CBS Philadelphia Features Dr. Gregory Tasian on how rising temperatures and climate change may lead to increased risk of kidney stones.
Pediatric KIDney Stone Care Improvement Network is all about collaborative, partnership-based, patient-centered kidney stone research.
Learn about novel findings and new funding from our Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers.
Study shows rising temperatures due to climate change will lead to an increase in cases of kidney stones over the next seven decades.
Thomas Kolon, MD, and Stephen Zderic, MD, were recognized with American Urological Association Urology Cares Foundation awards.
PKIDS Care Improvement Network to determine effectiveness of approaches to remove kidney stones and the procedures impact on patients’ lives.
U.S.News & World Report has ranked CHOP among the nation’s Best Children’s Hospitals — again!
In this week's roundup, CHOP scientists take a stem cell approach to restore vision to people who have lost key vision cells.
Jason Van Batavia, MD, a physician-scientist in the Division of Urology at CHOP, is the grand prize winner in the 2018 Diokno-Lapides Essay Contest.
Model international collaboration shares expertise in treating complex bladder condition in children
Conducting a pilot research study is like test-driving a new car. Pilot studies build preliminary evidence and allow for investigators to ensure everything runs smoothly before committing to an extensive, large-scale study.
Kidney specialists across the country agree that the incidence of kidney stones is rising among children, but clinicians are unsettled on which imaging technology to choose first when diagnosing the condition, despite current guidelines that recommend ultrasound as the initial…