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Genomics

Dr. Ding is an attending physician with the Cancer Center at CHOP. As for her research, she works to discover oncogenic co-dependencies using genomics data with the goal to develop novel precision medicine techniques for children with cancer. She focuses on high-risk leukemias and computational biology.

E-mail:
dingy [at] chop.edu

The Campbell Lab strives to develop approaches to genetic diagnosis so that every child with a genetic disease is diagnosed as quickly and accurately as possible. By harnessing the CHOP electronic health record, the lab uses state-of-the art techniques to define and diagnose genetic diseases.

Dr. Campbell is interested in approaches to improve diagnosis of children with rare genetic diseases. He also focuses on better understanding of the full spectrum of symptoms associated with genetic diseases as well as discovering new diseases.

E-mail:
campbellim [at] chop.edu

The Center for Spatial and Functional Genomics is focused on uncovering the correct functional context of variants identified by genome-wide association studies in order to translate these discoveries into meaningful benefits for pediatric care.

Uncovering the correct functional context of genetic variants to translate genome-wide association studies into meaningful benefits for pediatric care.

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Dr. Weber is developing approaches to enhance CAR-T cell therapies for pediatric cancer by reprogramming T cells with improved durability and exhaustion resistance. His work will uncover molecular mechanisms that promote CAR-T cell exhaustion and identify new targets for therapeutic intervention.

E-mail:
weberew [at] chop.edu
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