"Now in the United States, we don’t see many deaths in the first three years, which is a real triumph for newborn screening and the care that follows."
- Kwaku Ohene-Frempong, MD
The poor growth seen in children born with complex heart defects may result from factors beyond deficient nutrition, and a new study suggests that abnormalities in overall growth regulation could play a role.
How time flies: it seems almost impossible that the many events of 2003 are now almost ten years in the past.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Paul A. Offit, M.D., was recently lauded for his more than three decades of vaccine research and advocacy with back-to-back honors from two separate organizations.
The Barth Syndrome Foundation (BSF) invites researchers to submit proposals for the organization’s Research Grant Program. The BSF offers funding for basic clinical and scientific research on the biochemical basis, natural history, and treatment of Barth syndrome.
Great news! The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been named the top pediatrics graduate program in the country! U.S.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute celebrated its 23rd Annual CHOP Research Poster Day on February 27, 2013, with over 160 cutting-edge research posters on display in the Colket Translational Research Building. This event recognizes the outstanding research conducted at CHOP each year, and honors our exceptional trainee participants.