Research Horizons


Most Shared Science of November 2021

These publications were ranked among the most-shared findings of research articles authored or co-authored in November 2021 by experts at Cincinnati Children’s.

Evaluation of the BNT162b2 Covid-19 Vaccine in Children 5 to 11 Years of Age

Article in NEJM

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Grant Paulsen, MD, and Robert Frenck, MD

Safety and Efficacy of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine through 6 Months

Article in NEJM

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Robert Frenck, MD

Higher admission and rapid readmission rates among medically hospitalized youth with anorexia nervosa/atypical anorexia nervosa during COVID-19

Article in Eating Disorders

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors: Abigail Matthews Hamberg, PhD, MHA; Claire Aarnio-Peterson, PhD; Rachel Kramer, PhD; and Laurie Mitan, MD

Gain-of-function cardiomyopathic mutations in RBM20 rewire splicing regulation and re-distribute ribonucleoprotein granules within processing bodies

Article in Nature Communications

Cincinnati Children’s co-author: Nathan Salomonis, PhD


Genetic ancestry differences in pediatric asthma readmission are mediated by socioenvironmental factors

Article in JACI

Cincinnati Children’s co-authors:
Tesfaye Mersha, PhD; Ke Qin, MS; Andrew Beck, MD, MPH; Lili Ding, PhD; Bin Huang, PhD; and Robert Kahn, MD, MPH