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Published on
Mar 1, 2023
Three emerging innovators at CHOP Research Institute presented their high-impact research at a session in January.
Published on
Jul 25, 2022
Dr. Goldberg studies how genetic variation in ion channels leads to underlying brain circuit dysfunction in epilepsy and other disorders.
Published on
Dec 3, 2021
The Intellectual and Developmental Disability Research Center brings multidisciplinary researchers together to advance what we know about IDDs.

The goal of this study is to increase our understanding of how the brain is affected in infants with and without Down Syndrome

Dr. Ren's primary research focus is to develop better methods to assess lung disease in infants and young children using advanced pulmonary function testing and imaging.

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This study is looking to recruit CHOP patients 5-30 years old with suspected/ confirmed bone sarcomas. The study is looking to evaluate a new MRI technique to evaluate bones and any mass in them.

This study seeks to understand the key differences and similarities in brain development between infants whose siblings do and do not have autism.

Patients will be followed in the facial nerve paralysis database and will be recruited for completion of a patient-facing survey.

The Heuckeroth Lab investigates mechanisms controlling bowel motility in order to find new ways to treat, diagnose, and prevent intestinal motility disorders.

The Goldberg Lab Investigates mechanisms of cerebral cortical circuit function and circuit dysfunction in neurodevelopmental disorders