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Penn professor and Perry World House Director Michael Horowitz has been appointed as a senior fellow of the David Rockefeller Studies Program in the Council on Foreign Relations, the CFR announced on Monday.
The American Heart Association has granted the Cardio-Oncology Translational Center of Excellence at Penn $2.9 million to study racial disparities in risk for cardiovascular disease among cancer patients and survivors, Penn Medicine reported.
The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation has announced the recipients of its Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander artist grants.
A Penn Wharton Budget Model study found that a new Senate infrastructure plan, which was endorsed by President Joe Biden, will decrease national debt and lead to positive economic growth.
Hundreds have signed a Police Free Penn petition calling on Penn President Amy Gutmann and the University to address the harmful medical experiments done on Philadelphia prison inmates conducted by the late Penn dermatologist Albert Kligman.
Researchers at the Annenberg Public Policy Center and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia found that certain personality traits put young adults at higher risk of getting into car crashes.
Penn Medicine has partnered with the virtual course provider edX to launch a free virtual course taught by six Penn faculty on COVID-19 and the science behind mRNA vaccines. The instructors said they created the course in the hopes that it will help people understand the science of vaccines and encourage people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Philadelphia has reduced restrictions on restaurants to allow for more customers at a time in an effort to help struggling businesses.
Findings from a recent Penn study indicate that people who have recovered from COVID-19 may only need a single dose of the vaccine.
Penn has extended the terms of two graduate school deans through 2023.
Cornell University will require most of their students returning for the fall semester to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Penn’s Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice created a website to help prosecutors investigate wrongful convictions.
A large racial disparity exists in vaccine registration and distribution in Philadelphia, according to new data.
A Penn Law professor has created a system to monitor lawsuits during the pandemic to understand COVID-19’s impact on insurance contracts.
Although Penn has not yet made a decision about whether the fall 2021 semester will take place in person, several schools in Pennsylvania have already announced their plans to hold classes in-person this fall and return to normal campus life.
COVID-19 vaccines are currently available to residents in Phases 1A and 1B of distribution in Philadelphia.
Penn Medicine marked its millionth telemedicine visit since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic this week.
A recent study by Penn Nursing found that Black mothers initiate breastfeeding at lower rates than the general population in the United States.
Penn Wharton Budget Model’s analysis of President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 relief plan found that the package will boost the country's gross domestic product by 0.6% in 2021.
A new collaboration between the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Engineering and Applied Science seeks to transform oral healthcare.