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Dr. Takano's research focuses on basic epilepsy and related neuroscience research centered on advanced optical imaging techniques such as fluorescence lifetime imaging and two-photon microscopy; and application of micro- and nanotechnology like graphene transparent electrode to functional cellular imaging.
Dr. Tan studies transcriptional regulation during normal development and disease. This involves the interplay of multiple transcription and epigenetic factors in a 3D chromosomal environment. Using experimental genomics and computational modeling, Dr. Tan investigates transcriptional regulatory networks underlying embryonic hematopoiesis, T cell differentiation, and pediatric leukemia.
Dr. Tasian and his research team use an epidemiologic framework, including randomized trials and multi-institutional observational studies, to examine the etiology of kidney stone disease and the comparative effectiveness of surgical interventions. He also employs machine learning of complex data to improve diagnosis, risk stratification, and prediction of treatment response for children and adults with benign urologic disease.
Dr. Tauber is an attending pulmonologist at Children's Hospital of Philadelpiha, and an associate professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on asthma and sleep disordered breathing.
Dr. Taylor's translational and clinical research program focuses on preventing disorders like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder with psychotic features. He is particularly interested in the roles that oxidative stress and neuroinflammation play in psychosis symptom progression in youth.
David Taylor, Director, Academic Training, leads and manages the research trainee support infrastructure at CHOP Research Institute, including postdoctoral affairs. He is committed to maximizing the researcher-in-training experience and supporting the realization of trainees’ individual career goals.
Dr. Teachey's research focuses on investigating novel therapeutics for children with white blood cell diseases, including ALL and a rare autoimmune disease called Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome (ALPS). His research in ALL focuses on studying leukemic cells from children with high-risk disease.
Dr. Thom uses computational and cellular approaches to understand genetic determinants of hematopoiesis. Dr. Thom aims to harness related insights to improve in vitro blood cell production from induced pluripotent stem cells.
Dr. Thomas is a pediatric neuropsychologist with research interests in the neuropsychological effects of medical conditions including leukodystrophies and other neurologic disease, pediatric sepsis, neurodermatoses, cardiac conditions, genetic disorders, and rheumatic and endocrine disorders.
Dr. Thomas-Tikhonenko has a long-standing interest in the pathobiology of solid and hematopoietic malignancies, in particular lymphomas and leukemias and other cancers driven by MYC overexpression. Within that research space, his studies focus mainly (but not exclusively) on RNA-based regulatory mechanisms, such as microRNAs and alternative mRNA splicing.
Dr. Timko is a psychologist and researcher focused on understanding the development and maintenance of eating disorders in adolescents. Currently, her interest is in the neurobiology of anorexia, the role of neurocognition in eating disorder maintenance, sex differences in eating disorders, and the development of new treatments for youth with eating disorders.
Dr. Tong investigates cytokine receptor signaling in normal and neoplastic hematopoietic development. She uses integrated approaches encompassing biochemistry, molecular biology, mouse models, and primary human samples to understand signaling events emanating from cytokine receptors that regulate the development of hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells.
Dr. Treat is a pediatric dermatologist and director of the Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship program at CHOP and professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests involve skin infections and hemangiomas (benign vascular tumors).
Dr. Tremoulet's current research interests include designing intelligent information systems that use human data (e.g. medical images, vital signs, reaction times, verbal, numerical or abstract reasoning assessments, neurological measures, etc.) to support healthcare and/or to improve job performance by enabling more effective human-machine interaction.
Dr. Tricoli's research involves developing a new generation of lentiviral vectors that will prove to limit toxicity and improve activity of the ARSA enzyme, extending the efficacy of and eligibility for gene therapy in metachromatic leukodystrophy, a devastating childhood lysosomal storage disease.
Dr. Tsui's research interests include clinical informatics, natural language processing, artificial intelligence and machine learning, population informatics, data science, signal processing, mobile healthcare, and large real-time clinical production systems. He's published over 100 peer-reviewed papers.
Dr. Tunç is a computational scientist investigating the application of machine learning and statistical data analysis in various domains such as digital phenotyping, nature of psychopathology, and neuroimaging. He participates in studies using normative, developmental, and clinical samples to parse heterogeneity in psychiatric disorders by developing novel computational techniques.