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Nursing Homes Still Deserve Better, a Year Into the Pandemic | Opinion

David R. Hoffman, JD, practice professor in the Kline School of Law authored a Feb. 22 Philadelphia Inquirer opinion article about the necessity of more funding for nursing homes in the U.S. – particularly those fighting the pandemic and facing the possibility of bankruptcy.

‘Like Christmas morning’ as Philly teachers get first COVID-19 shots, but grief for nearly 45,000 deaths in Pa. and N.J.

Sharrelle Barber, ScD, an assistant professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a Feb. 22 Philadelphia Inquirer story, also published in the Philadelphia Daily News, about the growing hope brought on by the COVID-19 vaccine mingling with the deep grief people are experiencing as the U.S. marked 500,000 coronavirus-related deaths.

How To Prepare for Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

Zachary A. Klase, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a Feb. 19 Philadelphia Inquirer article about how to prepare for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. 

Bitcoin Soars To Over $52,000. What’s Going on? We Answer Your Questions.

Michelle Lowry, PhD, TD Bank Professor of Finance at the LeBow School of Business and academic director of the Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute, was quoted in a Feb. 17 Philadelphia Inquirer story about Bitcoin, the world’s largest digital currency, surging past $50,000 this week, stunning finance professionals who had dismissed it as a fad.

Experts Spent Months on a Fair COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan, Only To Witness ‘a Chaotic Free-for-All’

Ana V. Diez Roux, MD, PHD, dean at the Dornsife School of Public Health, and Sarah Long, MD, a professor in the College of Medicine, were featured in a Feb. 6 Philadelphia Inquirer article about failures in the vaccine response to the pandemic. 

The (Im)Morality of Line-Jumping To Get COVID-19 Vaccines

Usama Bilal, PhD, MD, an assistant professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, was quoted in a Feb. 5 Philadelphia Inquirer article about line-jumping to get COVID-19 vaccines. The article was also published by MSN Lifestyle.

Philadelphians Experienced Increased Anxiety and Depression During First Wave of COVID-19, Drexel Study Suggests

Igor Burstyn, PhD, an associate professor, and Tran Huynh, PhD, an assistant professor, both at the Dornsife School of Public Health, were quoted in a Feb. 5 Philadelphia Inquirer story about their research finding that Philadelphians experienced increased anxiety and depression during the first wave of COVID-19.

Without Commuters, What Will Happen To Septa Regional Rail?

Mimi Sheller, PhD, a professor and director of the Center for Mobilities Research and Policy in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Jan. 26 Philadelphia Inquirer article about the future of SEPTA regional rail with fewer commuters.

Kenney Had Plans. Then the Pandemic Hit. Can He Avoid Lame-Duck Status and Get Philly ‘Back on Track’?

Richardson Dilworth, PhD, a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Jan. 26 Philadelphia Inquirer article about Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney’s second term.

President Biden’s Economic Relief Package Could Cut Childhood Poverty in Half — but It’s Only Temporary

Mariana Chilton, PhD, a professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health and director of the Center for Hunger-Free Communities, was quoted in a Jan. 25 Philadelphia Inquirer article about how President Biden's economic relief package may alleviate childhood poverty.

How To Boost Your Wifi Performance When Everyone’s at Home

Kapil Dandekar, PhD, Colehower Chair professor in the College of Engineering, was featured in a Jan. 25 Philadelphia Inquirer story in which he provided tips on how to improve home WiFi performance.

Medical Mystery: What Caused Boy’s Sudden Extreme Muscle Weakness?

Daniel Taylor, DO, an associate professor in the College of Medicine, wrote a Jan. 22 Philadelphia Inquirer medical mystery article about a boy who experienced sudden extreme muscle weakness.