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Lauren Ingeno

Lauren Ingeno

News Officer, University Communications

Contact:

lingeno@drexel.edu

215.895.2614

Mother-Baby Connections

Drexel’s Postpartum Depression Clinic Is First of Its Kind in the Region

Mother-Baby Connections is an intensive outpatient clinic based at Drexel that provides various therapies for mothers experiencing stress and postpartum depression. 

Whiskey pouring

Bourbon or Rye? You Can’t Tell the Difference, New Study Says

When asked to sort American whiskeys, consumers were more influenced by alcohol content, age at bottling and product brand.
A woman meditating, taking in a breath of fresh air.

A Breath of Fresh Air: Researchers Reveal How the Brain Generates Respiratory Rhythm

Drexel scientists have introduced a new concept of how the brain is involved in this essential function, providing new insight into how breathing disorders could be treated in the future.
Lynn Yeakel

Drexel and U.S. Sen. Casey Lead Efforts to Designate Philadelphia as 19th Amendment Centennial Site

In year 2020, Philadelphia will serve as a backdrop for women leaders to convene and celebrate the anniversary of women securing the right to vote. 

Match Day 2016

Emotions Run High as Drexel Medical Students Meet Their Matches

At Match Day 2016, Drexel University College of Medicine students discovered where they would begin their careers as doctors. 

Hahnemann Emergency Room

Testing Seizure Treatments 

College of Medicine Researchers are conducting an emergency medicine study to find out the most effective drug for treating a life-threatening condition.

MD Curriculum

Drexel College of Medicine Transforms MD Program

The College is doing away with its two-track system and introducing a single curriculum designed to train more well-rounded, thoughtful physicians. 

Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert

College of Medicine Students to Host 2016 Pediatric AIDS Benefit Concert

Proceeds from the student-run show on Feb. 20 will benefit the Dorothy Mann Center for Pediatric and Adolescent HIV. 

PAH structure

Solved Protein Structure Holds Answers to Metabolic Disease 

Drexel researchers and an international group of scientists have made a critical step toward understanding a disorder that affects patients from birth into adulthood. 

Track

Depressive Symptoms Prevalent Among Division I College Athletes

Nearly a quarter of Division I college athletes reported depressive symptoms, and women were twice as likely, says a new study from the College of Medicine. 

Macrophages

Harnessing the Body’s Immune System to Heal Wounds Naturally

A Drexel engineer will seek to better understand the relationship between the body’s natural healing process and tissue regeneration with a five-year $1.9 million grant from the NIH.

Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center

New Initiative Expands Holistic Approach to Trauma at 11th Street

The nurse-led center, 850 N. 11th Street, is one of six organizations chosen to participate in a two-year, national initiative to implement and evaluate “trauma-informed” health care approaches.