A failure to address the emotional and behavioral problems of school-age children can have serious, life-changing ramifications, including poor grades, suspension and expulsion, and problems with the law later in life.
A pediatric cardiologist at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is a first author of new research identifying a mutation that disrupts the formation of veins bringing blood to the heart very early in development.
A new grant award will allow an investigator from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to study the effectiveness of certain drugs called retinoid agonists in slowing or preventing muscle degeneration in individuals with muscular dystrophy. Findings from the study could lead to a new, ground-breaking treatment for those individuals.
A Drexel University undergraduate, accompanied by her CHOP faculty advisor, recently had the opportunity to present her traumatic brain injury research to a group of elected officials in Washington, D.C. at Posters on the Hill.
A new genetic study by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia researchers may shed light on the causes of the rare childhood disease biliary atresia.