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Awards & Accolades 3 August
Liver Cancer’s Supercharged Metabolism Offers New Treatment Strategy, Penn Study Suggests
Two More Startups Join Penn Medicine – Wharton Fund for Health’s Portfolio
Penn Medicine Hospitals Rank Among Top Hospitals Nationally and number one 26 July
Hormone Infusion Improves Pancreatic Insulin Production in Cystic Fibrosis Patients with or
Discovery of Molecular Signatures of Immature Neurons in Human Brain Throughout Life Provide New Insights into Brain Plasticity
Penn Medicine Performs Its 1,500th Lung Transplant, Giving New Life to Father, Truck Driver, and Poet
Music-making and flow of aerosols
Trio of Penn Medicine Innovation Projects Receive Independence Blue Cross Grants
Both Gun Owners and Non-Gun Owners Trust Kids’ Doctors in Gun Safety Talks
Awards & Accolades 7 July
New Research Maps Possible Molecular Origins of Kidney Disease
Penn Medicine Awarded $9 Million to Advance Study of Technology that Lights Up Lung Cancer Tumors
University of Pennsylvania’s First NFT Commemorates mRNA Research
TCF-1 Protein Plays Essential Role in Breaking Down Barriers as T Cells Form
First Approved CAR T-Cell Therapy Shows Continued Benefits Five Years Later
High Blood Pressure Conditions During Pregnancy Increase Cardiovascular Disease Risk 10 Years Later
Four Penn Scientists Chosen as 2022 Pew Scholars
Spinal Anesthesia Linked to Higher Painkiller Use in Hip Fracture Patients
Penn Study: Text Messaging Shows Promise in Reaching Unvaccinated Patients
Penn Medicine to Offer Mobile Cancer Screenings and Risk Assessments
Tribeca Film Festival to Debut Documentary Tracing Path to Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Transformative
Awards & Accolades 9 June
Grand View Health and Penn Medicine Extend Strategic Alliance Until 2027
Stress Protein in Fibroblasts May Be Good Target for Future Cancer Drugs, Penn Study Finds
Promising Results for Chemo Immunotherapy Combination Against Pancreatic Cancer
Initial Surgery May Be Associated with Lower Stroke Risk for Head and Neck Cancer Patients
$25 Million Gift Establishes Armellino Center of Excellence for Williams Syndrome at Penn Medicine
Penn Medicine at 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting and Exposition
Penn Medicine Developed CAR T Cell Therapy Wins Third FDA Approval
Emery Brown wins share of 2022 Gruber Neuroscience Prize
Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Announce Partnership with Costa Rica for CAR T Cell Therapy
Penn Medicine Study Reveals Imaging Approach with Potential to Detect Lung Cancer Earlier, at Cellular Level
First Mutation-Targeted Bladder Cancer Drug May Be Under-Used
$12 Million Grant Propels Research of Immune Systems of Pregnant Individuals
Penn Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Launch Multi-Million Dollar Joint Initiative to Improve Health and Wellbeing
Large Study in Botswana Finds Daily Micronutrient Supplementation During Pregnancy Reduces Complications at Birth
Racial Gap in Completed Doctor Visits Disappeared in 2020 as Telemedicine Adopted
Program issuing mailed kits doubles rate of leftover opioids disposal
Awards & Accolades 5 May
DNA Analysis Provides Insight into Associations Between Worse COVID and Other Conditions
“Keto” Molecule May Be Useful in Preventing and Treating Colorectal Cancer, Penn Study Suggests
“Keto” molecule may be useful in preventing and treating colorectal cancer
$10 Million Gift from Abramson Family Foundation Supports Abramson Cancer Center Research Efforts at Penn Medicine
Making Game of It: Contests Help New Moms Increase Their Steps
Praising essential workers – nurses, grocery workers, corrections officers
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Launches Research Institute Dedicated to Advancing Care of Pediatric Cardiovascular Diseases
Penn Medicine Doctor’s Stroke Film Makes WHO Film Festival Shortlist