The March Featured CHOP Research Trainees are Sabah (left) and Sanobar (right) Lala. Sabah and Sanobar are sisters as well as forth year undergraduate students in Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics (CCI) five year program. In addition, they are coordinating the Women in Analytics Session on Friday, March 20th from 9:00am to 1:00pm as part of CHOP's Women's History Month Celebration

To learn more about these amazing women and their contributions so far to the field of Data Analytics, continue reading. 

Isabella Barcelos, MD, Stephanie Si, MD, and Mark Yarmarkovich, PhD are the Featured CHOP Research Trainees for April. These trainees are participants in the Cell and Gene Therapy Clinical Training Program, a program that provides targeted training on the processes required to take a research concept related to cell/gene therapy from the bench to patients by addressing knowledge gaps and potential barriers for individuals that are currently involved or interested in these areas. To learn more about the research these trainees are involved in, click on their names.

Kevin Mcnerney, MD, Joseph Oved, MD, Alanna Strong, MD, PhD, and Michael Triebwasser, MD, PhD are the Featured CHOP Research Trainees for May. These trainees are participants in the Cell and Gene Therapy Clinical Training Program, a program that provides targeted training on the processes required to take a research concept related to cell/gene therapy from the bench to patients by addressing knowledge gaps and potential barriers for individuals that are currently involved or interested in these areas. To learn more about the research these trainees are involved in, click on their names.

The June Featured CHOP Research Trainee is Jesús Alonso Tintos-Hernandez, PhD. Jesus, a prior Postdoctoral Fellow at CHOP, now works as a Research Associate for the Center for Mitochondrial and Epigenomic Medicine. As an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community as well as the Latino community, Jesús addresses why it is important to celebrate and recognize LGBTQ+ PRIDE month. 

Congratulations to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Postdoc Alliance (CPA) for completing its first year at CHOP! The CPA strives to enhance the postdoctoral experience at CHOP and to promote an environment conducive to the happiness and success of CHOP postdocs. Learn more about the co-chairs who led the CPA's efforts this past year, Daniel Blumenthal, PhD, and Joseph Dybas, PhD, as well as their goals for the CPA this year.