Category: Research

Cerebrospinal Fluid May Be Able to Identify Aggressive Brain Tumors in Children

Posted on Mar 07, 2022 in Research

New research led by Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center investigators shows the possibility of identifying the presence of an aggressive brain tumor in children by studying their cerebrospinal fluid. Ranjan Perera, Ph.D., senior study author and director of the Center for RNA Biology at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, talks about the impact of the study.

Imagining a New Future for Biomedical Blood Sampling and Preservation

Posted on Feb 16, 2022 in Research

Johns Hopkins All Children’s researchers advance the use of dried blood spot sampling, to enable greater access and accuracy.

On Sabbatical at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, an Eckerd College Biochemist Investigates “HOTAIR”

Posted on Feb 09, 2022 in Research

Biochemist Crystal Young-Erdos, Ph.D., brings specialized RNA expertise to an important study.

JAMA Publishes Practice-Changing Findings of JHACH-Led, NIH-Funded, Randomized Clinical Trial

Posted on Jan 11, 2022 in Research

This landmark trial, led by Neil Goldenberg, M.D., Ph.D., associate dean for research, and the Clinical Coordinating Center team in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, focused on the emerging pediatric challenge of venous thromboembolism (VTE—also known as “blood clots,” including deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE)).

New Research Led by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Finds Shorter Treatment Effective for Young Patients with Blood Clots

Posted on Jan 11, 2022 in Research

New research led by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, now published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), has found a practice-changing advancement in children and young adults with blood clots.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Discover a Novel Pathway that is Critical for Muscle Regeneration Following Injury

Posted on Dec 21, 2021 in Research

Findings may one day lead to better treatment for Duchene Muscular Dystrophy.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Receives NIH Grant

Posted on Dec 16, 2021 in Research

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is part of a $12.5 million grant to study gene expression in the organs of children who are at various stages of development and how those types of research studies are conducted, with the Center for Pediatric Health Equity Research leading the hospital’s research on diversity, equity and inclusion in how families are asked to participate in such studies.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Study Provides Answers — and New Questions — about Treating a Serious Infection Affecting Mostly Children

Posted on Dec 09, 2021 in Research

Study authors benefited through Johns Hopkins All Children’s Clinical and Translational Research Training Track, which marked its 10th anniversary this year and has played a pivotal role in training the next generation of clinical scientists focused on improving children’s health.

Tenth Annual Symposium Spotlights Research Advances

Posted on Nov 10, 2021 in Research

Researchers from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and other leading academic medical centers shared their perspectives on different approaches to basic, clinical and translational pediatric research.

Research on Metabolism and Cytokine Signaling Provides Clues to Disease Development

Posted on Oct 20, 2021 in Research

Our fate is not in the stars but in our cells. Jianhua Xiong, Ph.D., who recently joined the Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research, has devoted his career to unraveling some of the secrets of cell biology.

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