Category: Research

Pandemic Impacts Pediatric Heart Transplants Nationwide

Posted on Oct 05, 2021 in Research

Heart program researchers studied pandemic impacts on pediatric heart transplants nationwide

Physicians and Researchers Examine How COVID-19 May Impact Children with Immune Deficiency

Posted on Oct 01, 2021 in Research

Physicians and researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and the University of South Florida (USF) Morsani College of Medicine are examining how children with immune deficiency and immune dysregulation are affected by COVID-19.

Researchers Find Female Fat Distribution Patterns May Predict Future Health Problems

Posted on Sep 24, 2021 in Research

Efforts to prevent childhood obesity are a top priority at Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

Finding a Better Way to Help the Sickest Kids Breathe

Posted on Aug 03, 2021 in Research

Clinicians and predictive analytics experts are working together to improve treatment for pediatric patients with bronchiolitis.

Chasing RNA and its Secrets About Diseases

Posted on Jul 13, 2021 in Research

Xiangbo Ruan, Ph.D., is working to unravel the secrets of ribonucleic acid (RNA) to better understand how RNA modifications affect human organs and potentially cause disease.

A Journey to Understand What it Means to Be Alive

Posted on Jun 25, 2021 in Research

For Martin Trapecar, Ph.D., a lifelong quest to understand human diseases brings him to Johns Hopkins All Children’s.

Adolescents Using Cannabis Are at Risk for Cannabis Hyperemesis

Posted on May 13, 2021 in Research

A study conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins All Children’s reveals a serious, under-reported syndrome ‘hiding in plain sight.’

Researchers Probe the New Frontier of Immune Therapy

Posted on Mar 26, 2021 in Research

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital researchers have identified an important gene function with potential for enhancing the immune system.

Research Strives to Help Babies Breathe Easier in the NICU

Posted on Feb 25, 2021 in Research

For babies in the NICU, a condition called apnea of prematurity is often the last thing standing in the way before their families can take them home. Physicians and data scientists at Johns Hopkins All Children’s have been studying apnea of prematurity using a data-driven approach.

Training Program Helps Law Enforcement Officers Better Understand Autism Spectrum Disorder

Posted on Feb 18, 2021 in Research

A study shows that after training, law enforcement officers were better able to recognize the signs and symptoms of ASD, and avoid violent confrontations.

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