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The Polluter Just Got a Million-Dollar Fine. That Won't Cure This Woman's Rare Cancer.
Arthur Frank, MD, PhD, a professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a June 27 ProPublica story about the Department of Justice penalizing a Kentucky company for releasing harmful levels of carcinogenic chemicals into its surrounding community.
Parent’s Guide to COVID Vaccines for Kids Under 5: Q&a With Dr. Neal Goldstein
Neal Goldstein, PhD, an associate professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a June 27 KYW Newsradio segment and "In Depth" podcast about what parents should consider about the COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for children six months to five years old.
Fact Check: Image of Paul Pelosi With Bruises in Mugshot Is Altered
Matthew Stamm, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Engineering, was quoted in a June 27 USA Today story about an altered image, allegedly of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband, that has been circulating on the internet. Stamm, a digital forensics expert, helped the outlet discover that the image had been edited.
Companies Scramble to Work Out Policies Related to Employee Abortions
David Cohen, JD, a professor in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a June 27 New York Times article about companies scrambling to work out policies related to employee abortion. Cohen was also quoted in a June 27 Vox article about what President Biden can do to protect abortion rights, the article was picked up by MSN. The New York Times story was also excerpted in a related piece in the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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Quinlan’s research focuses on identifying potential unique food safety risks for minority racial/ethnic and low-income populations. Quinlan co-developed the Don’t Wash Your Chicken campaign based on surveys conducted by her laboratory finding that washing raw poultry is a common unsafe handling practice across multiple demographics. Her laboratory also conducts basic research on Campylobacter jejuni, a leading bacterial cause of foodborne illness, which is common on chicken.
Criminology & Justice Studies
D'Ovidio researches the intersection of computer technology, crime and the criminal justice system. He directs Drexel's research program in computer crime and digital forensics. In the past, he has worked with the New York City Police Department and Philadelphia Police Department on research projects involving computer crime. His work with the law enforcement community also includes training investigators on techniques to trace Internet communication and seize electronic evidence and cell phones.
creative arts therapies
Kaimal’s research focuses on understanding the way that creative self-expression affects human emotions and other brain processes. Her work particularly focuses on the ways people's experiences influence what they create, and how art-making can be used to reduce stress and stress-related issues.

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