11/17/2021: Very glad to see new provocative work from our lab come out yesterday in JAMA Pediatrics. In our analysis, Sandy Sun pits IVIG against HSCT for the treatment of agammaglobulinemia. The light emitted when these two worlds collide is quite illuminating!
08/27/2021: Romberg Lab is excited to join The Chan-Zuckerberg Inititative’s Pediatric Human Cell Atlas Program as part of a talented CHOP team. You don’t know jack about lymphopoesis unless you know how lymphopoesis occurs in children!
07/08/2021: CBS This Morning profiles the Romberg Lab and details our recent discovery of PU.1-mutated agammaglobulinemia (PU.MA). Partnerships between doctors, scientists and patients are the engines of scientific discovery!
05/06/2021: Does your patient have a SPI1 variant of unknown significance? We want to collabortively validate it with you. Please message rombergn[at]chop.edu to get things rolling.
05/05/2021: Romberg Lab is celebrating publication of our new paper, which first describes PU.1–mutated agammaglobulinemia, in the Journal of Experimental Medicine. What a rush it is to discover a new disease!
03/09/2021: Congratulations to Carole Le Coz, winner of the Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s Spring Symposium Lighting Poster Award!
10/13/20: Romberg Lab is celebrating recipt of the 2020 Lady Barbara Colyton Prize for Autoimmune Research. Like many people affected by autoimmune diseases, Lady Barbara Colyton lived a remarkable life.