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Congenital Heart Disease

Published on
May 6, 2024
The Lynch Lab for Novel Biomedical Optics is building a noninvasive optical neuromonitoring research device to study neurologic injury risk.
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Feb 9, 2024
CHOP researchers test novel system to help patients with severe complication related to congenital heart disease avoid open heart surgery.

The teenage years can be an exciting time for friendships and becoming more independent.

The Lynch Lab's primary focus is on the development and use of novel biomedical optical tools to study risk for neurologic injury in children with cardiac diseases.

Published on
Oct 6, 2023
The Advanced Cardiac Therapies Frontier Program will find new solutions for treating heart failure in children.

Dr. Lynch is a physicist specializing in biomedical optics. Her research focuses on the development and use of novel optical imaging devices to improve the way we monitor the brain in vulnerable pediatric patients.

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Published on
Aug 4, 2023
Find out how CHOP researchers create a valuable impact on children’s health in the PolicyLab 2023 Impact Report and more in this week’s research news roundup.

We are looking for teens with CHD who are 15 to 19 years old and have a learner’s permit or valid driver’s license, or interest in obtaining a learner’s permit or driver’s license and their parent/legal guardian. The study will be conducted remotely.

Published on
May 1, 2023
Dr. Amy Jo Lisanti and colleagues published a call to prioritize developmental care for children with complex congenital heart disease.
Published on
Mar 3, 2023
In this news roundup, learn about the achievements of CHOP researchers from societal inductions to grant- and grand-prize recipients.