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Autism Genes Linked to Brain Development

Published on in CHOP News

New research on autism confirms the genetic roots of the disorder are highly complicated, but common themes include specific genes and gene alterations that affect brain development and nerve signaling.

CHOP Removes General Counsel

Published on in CHOP News

Following an internal investigation into financial irregularities at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Roosevelt Hairston, Jr., was removed from his position as executive vice president and general counsel. 

Cardiology 2011 Conference Focuses on Pediatric Heart Disease

Published on in CHOP News

An international group of over 900 medical experts gathers today to discuss the most current treatments for children with heart disease. Affecting about 8 in every 1,000 children, congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect. In its severe forms, it is also the leading cause of death from birth defects in infants.

CHOP and Virtua Develop Pediatric Program

Published on in CHOP News

CHOP physicians will provide care in Virtua’s inpatient pediatric units, pediatric intensive care unit and emergency departments in South Jersey starting Feb. 1, 2011.

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