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All In The News tagged "College of Medicine"

Where Do You Fall on the Irritable Bowel Syndrome Spectrum?

Neilanjan Nandi, MD, an assistant professor in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a Jan. 1 post on Awement about the range of symptoms that go along with irritable bowel syndrome. 

The Ties that Bind: Drexel Doctor's Huge Collection Spreads Joy

Daniel V. Schidlow, MD, the Walter H. and Lenore Annenberg Dean of the College of Medicine, was featured in a Dec. 24 Philly Voice article about his bow tie collection and “Bow Tie School,” which he hosts for students and faculty.

New Study on Sepsis Outcomes in Delaware

A study by Ryan Arnold, MD, a faculty member in the College of Medicine, and Muge Capan, PhD, an associate clinical professor in the LeBow College of Business, which linked sepsis symptoms to mortality risk, was featured a Dec. 3 Delmarva Public Radio (Delaware) story.

Sepsis is a leading cause of death in Delaware. Research shows why some have higher risk

Ryan ArnoldMD, a faculty member in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a Nov. 30 Delaware News Journal story about a study he led, which used big data to identify high-risk factors for death in sepsis patients. Muge Capan, PhD, an associate clinical professor in the LeBow College of Business, co-authored the study.

EHRs help identify patients at greatest risk of dying from sepsis

Ryan Arnold, MD, a faculty member in the College of Medicine, and Muge Capan, an associate clinical professor in the Lebow College of Business, were quoted in a Nov. 28 Health Data Management article about a study they led that identified subtle symptoms that may point to greater risk of sepsis death. The study was also featured in a Nov. 28 Becker’s Hospital Review story.

Talent. A Football Scholarship. Then Crushing Depression.

A 2016 study about college athletes experiencing symptoms of depression, led by College of Medicine researchers, was cited in a Nov. 15 New York Times story about a freshman wide receiver at the University of Washington who struggled with mental illness during his freshman year of college.

Drug Prices on Ads: as ‘Relevant’ as Percent Daily Value on Food Labels

Syed Kaleem, a first-year medical student in the College of Medicine, authored a Nov. 9 STAT News opinion piece about why the Trump Administration’s decision to display the list price of drugs on advertisements will not be beneficial to consumers or hold pharmaceutical companies accountable for rising drug costs.

Progress & Promise Against Cancer

The College of Medicine was mentioned in an NBCphiladelphia.com Nov. 8 post about a phone bank event hosted by the station and the American Association for Cancer Research, which will feature a panel of regional cancer experts, including Drexel College of Medicine faculty.

Can Germs Cause Alzheimer’s Disease?

Garth Ehrlich, PhD, a professor in the College of Medicine, was featured in a Nov. 8 Philadelphia Inquirer story about his research investigating whether bacteria can cause Alzheimer’s disease.

Screen Time Before Bed Not That Bad For Children, Study Shows

Marc Johnson, clinical director of the Drexel Medicine Sleep Center, was interviewed for a Nov. 8 KYW-TV (CBS-3) segment about whether screen time before bed actually disrupts children’s sleep.

The cancer-preventing HPV vaccine a dozen years on: Progress, fear, and loathing

Judith Wolf, MD, an associate professor in the College of Medicine, was quoted in a Nov. 7 Philadelphia Inquirer story about Gardasil, the vaccine that protects against HPV that has led to worldwide declines in the most dangerous types of the virus.

Physician Shortage Prompts Regional Solutions

The College of Medicine was mentioned in a Nov. 5 Lehigh Valley Business story about plans between Drexel and Tower Health to open a branch medical campus near Reading Hospital.