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Examining Drexel’s Ties to the First African-American Women Physicians
February 26, 2016
February 25, 2016
Drexel College of Medicine Transforms MD Program
February 24, 2016
Beginning in August 2017, the College is doing away with its two-track system and introducing a single curriculum designed to train physicians who possess the many enduring qualities essential to clinical excellence, as well as new skills needed in the 21st century.
College of Medicine Students to Host 2016 Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert
February 15, 2016
Solved Protein Structure Holds Answers to Metabolic Disease That Afflicts Infants
February 10, 2016
Status Epilepticus (SE) is defined as a seizure or recurrent seizures lasting longer than five minutes without stopping or waking up. A person whose seizure does not stop after receiving a full dose of medicine (benzodiazepines) to make it stop is considered to have Established Status Epilepticus (ESE).
February 02, 2016
Researchers at Drexel Neurosciences Institute have begun a landmark study to determine if a new drug can postpone or even prevent Alzheimer's disease. The study examines healthy people whose brain scans show the build up of a protein associated with the disease — but who do not yet have any memory loss or other symptoms. The study will determine if an investigational treatment can clear the built-up plaque of the protein, called amyloid, before the disease progresses and brain cells are impaired.