Category: Research

Johns Hopkins All Children’s/IndyCar Series Research Collaboration Investigates Outcomes of Cumulative Impact Exposures in Professional Motorsport Drivers

Posted on May 24, 2023 in Research

Members of the research collaborative aim to translate their research to benefit children who compete in motorsports, and often from very young ages.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hosts Important Conference on Metabolism and Immunity

Posted on Apr 19, 2023 in Research

Researchers from three Central Florida medical institutions — Johns Hopkins All Children’s, the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, and the AdventHealth Translational Research Institute for Diabetes and Metabolism — co-sponsored the conference which brought together researchers from Central Florida and from around the country.

Dr. John Morrison Receives NIH Research Career Development Award

Posted on Apr 14, 2023 in Research

The grant will support a portion of Dr. Morrison’s effort and research in an NIH pathway designed to support individuals with a clinical doctoral degree who have made a commitment to patient-oriented research.

Researchers Win ‘Most Popular Article’ Award for Their Review of Anticoagulants for Preventing Blood Clots in Pediatric Patients

Posted on Apr 13, 2023 in Research

Publishers of the journal Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis bestow the award annually for the research paper they determine to be “the most highly cited and/or downloaded article on an international scale.”

Three Nonprofit Organizations Step Up to Fund Unique, Pediatric Cancer Clinical Trial

Posted on Feb 27, 2023 in Research

The study will be the first to use tumor infiltrating lymphocyte therapy to address certain pediatric cancers.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Study Examines Factors Affecting Pediatric Thyroidectomy Outcomes

Posted on Jan 20, 2023 in Research

Shorter hospital stays and fewer readmissions come with higher levels of surgical care.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Researchers Help to Explain Extreme Levels of Inflammation, Especially in Lung Diseases

Posted on Jan 18, 2023 in Research

For Laszlo Nagy, M.D., Ph.D., a lifelong fascination with discovering how cells work has provided the foundation for decades of work aimed at unraveling the mysteries of cell activity in the immune system. A new study reveals the “extended synergy” role for macrophages, specialized white blood cells in the immune system.

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Research Symposium Takes International Look into COVID-19 and More

Posted on Nov 14, 2022 in Research

The symposium included several presentations related to COVID-19 along with other topics ranging from biomarkers and biospecimen science to pediatric health equity research.

Student Research Training Program Launches Biomedical Science Interest

Posted on Oct 19, 2022 in Research

For Darby Oleksak, recent graduate and laboratory technician at Johns Hopkins All Children’s, the hospital’s Student Research Training Program helped to cultivate her interest in research and inspire her to pursue medical school.

Crossing New Horizons in Immune Research

Posted on Aug 22, 2022 in Research

Dr. Trapecar and his colleagues in The Laboratory of Human Biomimetics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital received a competitive “Maximizing Investigator’s Research Award” (MIRA) to help facilitate their research. The five-year, $2 million federal grant came from the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), which offers grants to promising early-stage investigators (ESI) conducting research on basic biological processes.

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