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04/20/21 9:04pm
Penn Medicine will work to gain a better understanding of influenza viruses around the world and finding out what viruses may have the potential to cause future pandemics.
04/05/21 11:24pm
The wide availability of vaccines has allowed the school to plan for an in-person semester, although the plan has not been finalized yet.
03/24/21 12:09am
The team found that because these infants receive care in lower quality hospitals, they are more likely to have poor health outcomes.
03/08/21 11:31pm
The two hospitals, which were ranked together, fell 15 spots in the world ranking and six spots in the national ranking. 
02/22/21 11:23pm
The Sloan Research Fellowship is a two-year fellowship awarded to researchers who are early in their careers. 
02/15/21 10:02pm
Even amid the overall lack of increase in donations, Penn received several large donations during the previous academic year.
02/09/21 2:45am
Villanova students will not be permitted to leave their residences or interact with others outside of their household outside of instruction and essential purposes
02/02/21 1:05am
After heavy snowfall from Sunday through Monday, at least three additional inches of snow are expected to fall from Monday night into Tuesday afternoon.
01/25/21 10:50pm
The study indicates that both patients currently suffering from cancer and those with inactive cancer are highly vulnerable to COVID-19. 
12/01/20 11:58pm
Pennsylvanian suburbs shifted toward Biden to deliver his victory, including Allegheny County, which is home to Pittsburgh and its suburbs.
11/09/20 2:27am
The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 2,662 additional positive cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the statewide total to 220,556. Daily increases are higher than the state saw in its springtime peak of the virus, reflecting similar trends reported in Philadelphia County and at Penn. 
10/19/20 11:04pm
In a push to engage voters just weeks before the presidential election, former President Barack Obama will visit Philadelphia in person to campaign for Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee and his former vice president. 
10/05/20 11:40pm
The announcement comes as a shock to Philadelphia's political establishment, as Toomey's decision puts Republicans at a disadvantage in the state's next elections.
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