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In The News: Concussion Data, Childhood Cancer Talk Radio, Autism and Quality of Life, Palliative Care
Mar 27, 2020
Concussion study reveals video confirmation is critical to the processing of head impact sensor data. This and more In the News.
Balancing the Bench and the Bedside: Q&A With Jay Storm, MD
Sep 30, 2019
Hear from our chief of the Division of Neurosurgery and co-director of D3b why research and practice are becoming increasingly linked.
In the News: Pre-transplant Communication, Working Memory and Driving, Master Regulator Gene in Schizophrenia, Girls’ Concussion Care, Baby Brain Development
Sep 20, 2019
In this week’s recap, our researchers share discoveries in driving safety, concussion recovery, schizophrenia treatment, and more.
In the News: Eagles Autism Challenge, ASCO Young Investigator, Innovation in Collaboration, Trauma and Development, Post-Injury Mental Health, AWHONN Award
Jun 14, 2019
From new awards to support cancer research to novel findings into trauma and the brain, read about this week’s research headlines.
Researchers Study How To Enhance Self-management of Survivors of Childhood Cancer
Jun 10, 2019
New study aims to design future interventions to enhance cancer survivors’ well-being and appropriate healthcare utilization throughout their lifetime.
2019 Scientific Symposium Sparks Discussions on Big Data
May 29, 2019
The 2019 Scientific Symposium focused on the advances CHOP researchers have made in the booming area of genomics and data science.
In the News: Sleeping Toddlers, No-Smoking Policies and Lower Blood Pressure, Dr. "Be My Sugar," Leigh Syndrome, Healthcare Heroes Award
Nov 30, 2018
In this week's roundup, CHOP researchers reveal a secret to a soundly sleeping toddler.
Global Health Researchers Finding Ways to Improve Children's Cancer Survival Rates
Sep 24, 2018
On World Cancer Research Day, our blog goes to the Dominican Republic, where fellow Julianne Burns, MD, embarked on much needed infectious disease research.
CHOP-Led Gabriella Miller Kids First Data Resource Center Launches New NIH-Funded Childhood Disease Research Portal
Sep 10, 2018
Research platform makes large-scale data on childhood cancer and birth defects available to researchers, clinicians and patients within a cloud-based environment
CHOP Leads Big Data Collaboration to Uncover Pathways Between Cancer and Birth Defects
Aug 31, 2018
The Kids First Data Resource Portal brings together six institutions, thousands of patients' data, and investigators studying rare disease to one centralized place: the cloud.
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