News Results for Babette S. Zemel, PhD
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Findings suggest that risk of fractures occurring in later life could be identified in childhood and may lead to tailored interventions.
Published on Jan 6, 2021 in Press Releases
Researchers have analyzed how the gut microbiome develops early in infancy, which may help understand how it can affect health and disease.
Published on Apr 16, 2020 in Press Releases
In the News: Chromatin Rebuilding, Hemophilia Oral Treatment, Linking CVD and CKD, New Algorithm Detects Genetic Variants
Learn about developments in chromatin rebuilding, novel hemophilia treatment, linking heart and kidney disease, and genetic sequencing.
Published on Dec 13, 2019 in Cornerstone Blog
The 2019 Scientific Symposium focused on the advances CHOP researchers have made in the booming area of genomics and data science.
Published on May 29, 2019 in Cornerstone Blog
The 2019 Scientific Symposium, held today, May 22, celebrates the Research Institute's remarkable scientific community: a diverse group of thought leaders, innovators, experts, and early career scientists committed to advancing children’s health.
Published on May 22, 2019 in Cornerstone Blog
In the News: Soy-based Formula Infants, Bone Strength Genetics, Infant Epilepsy, Intravenous Arginine, Concussion Conference
This week in research news: teasing out genetic clues across the skeleton, a "missing mutation" in infant epilepsy, and studying soy-based baby formulas.
Published on Mar 23, 2018 in Cornerstone Blog
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) researchers with a longstanding focus on pediatric bone health have used a clever method to analyze discrepancies in bone density across the skeleton, teasing out genetic factors that could eventually help physicians prevent…
Published on Mar 12, 2018 in Press Releases
Recognize World Aids Day, Dec. 1, by reading about new research from investigators in our division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
Published on Dec 1, 2017 in Cornerstone Blog
Bone mineral accrual doesn't keep pace with height growth prior to adolescence, according to a national study. After a teenager reaches adult height, bone mineral accrual tends to play catch-up: Roughly 10 percent of bone mass continues to accumulate after height growth is…
Published on Sep 19, 2017 in Cornerstone Blog
As we approach the end of 2016, for good or ill, this time of year lends itself to reflection. To look back over these 12 months in research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, we've decided to pick 12 of the most popular stories we've brought you in the past…
Published on Dec 27, 2016 in Cornerstone Blog