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Patient sues doctor and Penn over alleged sexual assault that occurred in Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
During an appointment in Leonard Rosenfeld's office on the premises of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, a patient claims he hypnotized her before sexually assaulting her.
The most recent such ranking, published by MONEY, a magazine part of Time, Inc., listed Penn 27th on a list of the 711 "best colleges for your money."
A groundbreaking physicist with over 200 scientific papers published throughout his career, Burstein was 99 years old and is survived by his wife, three daughters and two grandchildren.
Incoming students, you'll want to know where to go when the Van Pelt underground is overcrowded during finals week.
Even after international students secure a sponsor for the H-1B visa, they still have to enter a lottery system for the visa which is known for having a low acceptance rate. In 2016, only 85,000 visas were granted out of 236,000 applications.
Penn Medicine announces $1.5 billion Pavilion, the University's 'largest capital project' in history
The project aims to house inpatient care for heart and vascular medicine and surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, the Abramson Cancer Center and a new emergency department. This is Philadelphia's most "ambitious health care building project," Penn Medicine said in a statement.
The IFC wants to improve relations between fraternity presidents and Penn's alcohol and drug monitors
“There was not much communication up until an event was getting shut down,” President of the IFC and College junior Bradley Freeman said. “Our goals were to form a relationship and better understanding between monitors and presidents.”
Vice president of Sigma Alpha Mu and College junior Matt Foman said he felt the Greek community was a good place to start expanding mental health training. “I think that Greek life is a place where people can be very real with each other and aren’t really afraid to talk about more intimate things," he said.
After the president of Penn State published a letter suggesting that a fraternity member's death might result in the banning of Greek Life altogether at Penn State, Penn students maintain their support for Greek life at Penn.
Students for Justice in Palestine are hosting "Israeli Apartheid Week" for the second time at Penn despite receiving backlash last year.
Professor of plastic surgery in the Perelman School of Medicine Paris Butler and vice-provost’s postdoctoral fellow in the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics Ahmaad Jenkins received the honor.
“I, for one, don’t want to have to deal with parties at my house,” McCann said. “But it also places us in an uncomfortable position where we have to rely on boys for parties and alcohol and that can definitely create an uncomfortable power dynamic.”
In the press release, Legend said he was “thrilled” to work with Penn on “critical issues” that the US criminal justice system faces.
Some colleges provide housing to students affected by the travel ban — Penn is helping on a 'case by case' basis
Following the executive orders of the immigration ban on the entry of refugees from Muslim-majority countries, some universities announced that they will be providing free summer housing for international students impacted by the orders.
An HIV vaccine does not yet exist due to the nature of the infection, which quickly mutates and hides its external layer of proteins, commonly called the envelope.
A 2006 Penn graduate, who died in recent avalanche in Canada, is remembered as compassionate and brilliant doctor
“Medicine was a perfect fit for her because not only was she brilliant as far as science comes, but she was a compassionate individual,” her father, Jerrold Zeitels said. “She was always looking to help other people.”
Student-led companies that improve cancer treatments and help patients breathe move forward in Startup Challenge
College and Wharton senior Sumun Khetpal leads Ride Health, a company in the semi-finals working to improve care for patients facing logistical barriers by allowing healthcare providers to request transportation for patients.
“We spoke to nationals about it and nationals was super supportive because, of course, this is the Alpha chapter,” Wharton sophomore and Skulls President Garrison Xian said. “Nationals is backing us completely.”
Each couple was given 20 dollars and the objective of splitting the money between them in only one way: One person would get 15 while the other would get only five.