Most Shared Science of March 2022

Post Date: April 13, 2022


These publications were ranked among the most-shared research articles published in March 2022 authored or co-authored by experts at Cincinnati Children’s.

Homologous and Heterologous Covid-19 Booster Vaccinations

Article in The New England Journal of Medicine
Cincinnati Children’s co-authors:
Robert Frenck, MD, and Rebecca Brady, MD
Article in The European Journal of Endocrinology
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Todd Jenkins, PhD, MPH
Article in American Journal of Public Health
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Carley Riley, MD, MPP, MHS
Article in JAMA Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Mary Allen Staat, MD, MPH
Article in Children
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Stavra Xanthakos, MD, MS
Article in Pediatric Nephrology
Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Stuart Goldstein, MD, and Kelli Krallman, RN
Article in The Lancet
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Tesfaye Mersha, PhD

The need for rigour and balance in reporting the health impacts of conflict in Tigray, Ethiopia

Article in BMJ Global Health Journal
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Tesfaye Mersha, PhD

Treatment of a genetic brain disease by CNS-wide microglia replacement

Article in Science Translational Medicine
Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Ying Sun, PhD, and Benjamin Liou

Intermittent glucocorticoid treatment enhances skeletal muscle performance through sexually dimorphic mechanisms

Article in Journal of Clinical Investigation
Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Mattia Quattrocelli, PhD

Inflammatory blockade prevents injury to the developing pulmonary gas exchange surface in preterm primates

Article in Science Translational Medicine
Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Nathan Salomonis, PhD, Daniel Swarr, MD, Minzhe Gao, PhD, and Emily Miraldi, PhD

Safety of Live Attenuated Influenza Vaccine in Children With Asthma

Article in Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Elizabeth Schlaudecker, MD, MPH

Blocking UBE2N abrogates oncogenic immune signaling in acute myeloid leukemia

Article in Science Translational Medicine
Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati co-authors: Chiharu Ishikawa, BS, Kathleen Hueneman, BSc, Kwangmin Choi, PhD, Mario Pujato, PhD, Somchai Chutipongtanate, MD, PhD, Michael Wyder, MS, Wendy Haffey, PhD, Eric O’Brien, MBA, Mark Wunderlich, BS, Vighnesh Ramesh, BS, Ellen Kolb, BS, Lyndsey Bolanos, BSc, Susanne Christie, BS, Molly Smith, PhD, Madeline Niederkorn, PhD, Tomoya Muto, MD, PhD, Matthew Weirauch, PhD, Zartash Gul, MD, Stephen Medlin, DO, Rhett Kovall, PhD, Kenneth Greis, PhD, and John Perentesis, MD

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