June 29, 2017
Max Brodsky, a 2018 MD candidate at the College of Medicine, was recently selected by the American Society of Hematology as one of two students nationwide to receive the 2017-2018 ASH Physician-Scientist Career Development Award.
June 16, 2017
Joy Abiola Fatunbia, a 2019 MD candidate at the College of Medicine, was named the 2017 recipient of the American Medical Association Foundation's Excellence in Medicine Minority Scholars Award. The award was given as part of the AMA Foundation Excellence in Medicine Awards program on June 9, 2017, during the AMA Annual Meeting in Chicago.
June 08, 2017
A College of Medicine study reveals an unexpected function of the homologous recombination protein Rad52 and may help to identify new therapeutic targets for cancer.
June 06, 2017
College of Medicine researchers shed light on the neurological consequences of exposure to low-levels of nerve agents and suggest that drugs like tubacin could treat some of the toxins’ neurological effects.
June 02, 2017
Michael Weingarten, MD, MBA, FACS, professor and chief of vascular surgery, recently received the 2017 Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching. The award is made possible by a generous grant from the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation.
June 01, 2017
At this year’s Graduate Student Day, the Graduate College and the Graduate Student Association joined together to honor the work done by Drexel students in the classroom and in the community.
May 25, 2017
At the annual Faculty Recognition Awards Ceremony on May 24, Drexel acknowledged the faculty and staff members whose scholarship, service and teaching contribute so much to the University and its students.
May 24, 2017
Researchers at Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health and Human Development are getting a first glimpse at the inner-workings of live cells thanks to a new microscopy technique pioneered by Nobel laureate Eric Betzig with help from engineers at Drexel University. Their method uses grids of light that activate fluorescent color tags on each type of organelle — the result is a 3-D video that gives researchers their best look at how cells function. It will allow scientists to better understand how cells react to environmental stressors and respond to drug treatment.