Neonatology | CHOP Research Institute


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Oct 3, 2023
With $50 million in NIH funding, the research team will recruit and follow 2,500 pregnant patients and their children for the next seven years.
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Jun 9, 2023
This week In the News, the Division of Neonatology is re-selected as a Neonatal Research Network Center, and researchers develop the first pediatric brain tumor atlas.
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Feb 27, 2023
Dr. Lingappan, a neonatologist at CHOP, studies sex-specific differences in organ systems that could mediate the sex-specific responses of preterm infants.
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Feb 9, 2023
Led by Dr. Elizabeth Foglia, MD, MSCE, the 2022 Frontier Program will aim to inform guidelines for resuscitating newborns that have congenital anomalies.

The Delivery Room of the Future Frontier Program applies a data-driven approach to optimize patient outcomes, improve provider performance, and innovate methods to support clinical decision-making during newborn resuscitation for infants with congenital anomalies.

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Aug 15, 2022
A Q&A with neonatologist Karen Puopolo MD, PhD, recipient of the Pennsylvania Pediatrician of the Year Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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Apr 1, 2022
Learn about earn about a regional research collaboration, prestigious awards, and listen to a special podcast series.

The purpose of this research study is to look at whether or not a sleep questionnaire can be used on infants 3 to 24 months of age, with or at high-risk of having Cerebral Palsy.

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Nov 15, 2021
Through a multimodal big data set, researchers across the nation want to better understand what typical variability in brain development looks like.

The MAGIC Study is looking at the microbiome as it develops during the first two years of life. It brings together expertise in the microbiome, antibiotic stewardship, immunology, neonatology, and infectious diseases to study the effect that health and environment have on the microbiome and growth.