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All In The News tagged "College of Medicine"

'Objectivity is Critical': Philadelphia Science Action Wants Scientists to Get Vocal
 

Andrew Javier Matamoras, a doctoral candidate in the College of Medicine, was mentioned in an April 16 Generocity blog post about the recent Rally for Science, at which was a speaker.

Drexel College of Medicine to Honor Chilean Doctor, Scholar

The College of Medicine's upcoming 2018 commencement speaker Ignacio Sánchez, MD, was profiled in an April 16 Al Día News story.

Pa., N.J. Health Systems and Universities Form Multistate Clinical Trials Consortium

Drexel was mentioned as one of six partner institutions in an April 16 Philadelphia Business Journal and NJ Biz stories about PIER, an initiative created to improve access to clinical trials for patients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Reading Hospital's Next Evolution: An Academic Medical Center

The College of Medicine was mentioned in an April 15 story and an editorial about new plans to open an academic regional campus for Drexel medical students at Reading Hospital.

Medical Mystery: The Toddler Who Walked Like an Old Man

Daniel R. Taylor, DO, an associate professor in the College of Medicine, wrote an April 13 "Medical Mystery" for The Philadelphia Inquirer about a toddler who was having trouble standing and walking.

Drexel Med Students Share Friendship And Bone Marrow Transplant, Donation Experiences

Second-year College of Medicine students John McCormick and Ryan Rothman were featured in an April 13 KYW-TV (CBS-3) segment about their experiences with bone marrow transplants – McCormick, a recipient, and Rothman, a donor.

Drexel and Tower to Open Medical School Branch at Reading Hospital

Plans between Drexel and Tower Health to open a four-year branch campus for Drexel’s College of Medicine at Reading Hospital was featured in multiple April 9 stories. President John Fry was quoted about the announcement in The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Reading Eagle. Daniel Schidlow, MD, the Walter H. and Leonore Annenberg Dean of the College of Medicine, was quoted in Philadelphia Business Journal and WFMZ-TV (Lancaster) stories.

Could a Pathogen be the Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Herbert Allen, MD, emeritus professor in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a March 15 Big Think post about the link between bacterial infections and Alzheimer’s disease.

To Address Shortage of Black Doctors, Drexel Medical Students Create Mentoring Network

Dexter C. Graves and Bisola Egbe, fourth-year medical students in the College of Medicine, andTed Corbin, MD, an associate professor in the College of Medicine and Dornsife School of Public Health, were quoted in a March 16 Philadelphia Inquirer story about how a Drexel student-created mentoring network is addressing the country's shortage of African-American doctors. The story also appeared in The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania) on March 17.

St. Christopher's Doctor Named Pa. Pediatrician of the Year

Renee M. Turchi, MD, an associate professor in the College of Medicine and the Dornsife School of Public Health, was featured in a March 16 Philadelphia Inquirer story for being named the Pennsylvania Pediatrician of the Year 2017 by the state chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Medical Mystery: Was it Really Cold Weather That Killed the President?

Allan B. Schwartz, MD, a professor in the College of Medicine, authored a March 13 presidential "Medical Mystery" piece for The Philadelphia Inquirer about what disease killed William Henry Harrison.

Health Fair Looks to Boost Medical Accessibility for Philly’s Latino Communities

College of Medicine first- and second-year medical students Jordy Salcedo, Joanna Sanchez, Noe Cabello, Pablo Ordoñez, Stephanie Anciro and Kevin Lopez were quoted in a March 12 Al Día story about the health fair that Drexel’s Latino Medical Students Association hosted in North Philadelphia this past weekend.