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Graves' Disease: Old, Effective and New Treatments Video

Graves' Disease: Old, Effective and New Treatments

This one-hour webinar features a comprehensive case-based discussion covering Graves’ Disease. The panel features a multidisciplinary team of experts from endocrine surgery, endocrinology, ophthalmology, and nuclear medicine. Learn about ...

Grand Rounds: ApoB and Lp(a) - The Role of Lipoprotein Biomarkers in the Evaluation and Treatment of Cardiovascular Risk Video

Grand Rounds: ApoB and Lp(a) - The Role of Lipoprotein Biomarkers in the Evaluation and Treatment of Cardiovascular Risk

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center’s Grand Rounds program welcomed George Thanassoulis, MD. Dr. Thanassoulis discussed the evidence for clinical utility of ApoB testing in primary and secondary prevention, the evidence behind Lp(a), and ...

Cardiac Symptoms and Risk in the Postpartum Period - What Not to Miss Video

Cardiac Symptoms and Risk in the Postpartum Period - What Not to Miss

Cardiologists Jennifer Lewey, MD, MPH, and Monika Sanghavi, MD, led a case-based review of various risks, presentations and recommendations to help provide patients the best cardiac care during the “4th trimester” after pregnancy.

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Chester County Hospital Unveils Transfusionless Heart Surgery News

Chester County Hospital Unveils Transfusionless Heart Surgery

Last spring, Chester County Hospital began offering transfusionless heart surgery to help meet growing demand in the Greater Philadelphia region.

Reports from the Field: New Penn Trauma Research Offers Insights on ICU Design, Gun Violence and Equity News

Reports from the Field: New Penn Trauma Research Offers Insights on ICU Design, Gun Violence and Equity

In the late winter of 2022, the Trauma specialists at Penn published their perspectives on issues of great practical interest in their daily lives — including ICU design as a precedent to infection control, early pharmacologic prophylaxis ...

Celebrating 150 Years of Advances and Achievements at Penn Neurology News

Celebrating 150 Years of Advances and Achievements at Penn Neurology

The nation’s first Department of Neurology reflects on 150 years of innovation, education, and patient care. From cutting edge research to the training of world-renowned doctors and researchers, the anniversary is an impressive milestone for Penn Neurology.

News Updates

New Research Maps Possible Molecular Origins of Kidney Disease

Tuesday, July 5, 2022 10:16 AM

After mapping the genetic underpinning of kidney function in 1.5 million people and about 60,000 kidney cells that are the microscopic mechanisms of gene regulation, over 500 genes likely contribute to kidney disease development, according ...

Penn Medicine Awarded $9 Million to Advance Study of Technology that Lights Up Lung Cancer Tumors

Monday, June 27, 2022 8:00 AM

Building on Penn Medicine’s years of research and use of imaging technology that illuminates tumor tissue—helping clinicians more easily detect and remove it—the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has received ...

Philadelphia 76ers Managing Partners and Philanthropists Josh and Marjorie Harris Plan to Invest $1M in Companies Funded by the Penn Medicine – Wharton Fund for Health

Monday, June 27, 2022 7:00 AM

Philanthropists Josh Harris, managing partner of the Philadelphia 76ers, and his wife, Marjorie Harris, plan to invest $1 million in companies funded by the Penn Medicine – Wharton Fund for Health, a collaboration between Penn Medicine ...

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Physician Blog

Blazing the Way to New Genetic-based Therapies for Neurological Diseases

Thursday, February 24, 2022 12:00 AM

Penn's Translational Center for Excellence for Gene and Molecular Therapy is focused on understanding and diagnosing the causes of neurogenetic diseases.

Penn Neurology Researchers Recalibrate in the Wake of the Pandemic

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 12:00 AM

Initially brimming with challenges, the pandemic has ultimately opened new doors for researchers in Penn Neurology.

Penn Team Works to Surmount Pitfalls in Proper Aortic Regurgitation Diagnosis

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 12:00 AM

Chronic, severe aortic regurgitation often needs intervention to protect the heart. Making that call is not easy, so a Penn team is working to provide insight

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Penn Events

Kidney Transplant Symposium

Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 8:30am – 3:45pm The 2022 Kidney Transplant Symposium is a free virtual education session with distinguished faculty presenters and keynote speakers. Attendees will achieve competence in: Determining ...

2022 Recent Advances in Oncology for the Primary Care Physician - Chester County Hospital

In Person Meeting West Chester University Alumni and Foundation Center202 Carter DriveWest Chester, PA 19382 Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 5:30 – 8pm Type of Event: CME Course, Conference Sponsor: Abramson Cancer ...

2022 Breast Cancer Highlights from International Medical Meetings: Third Annual Review

VIRTUAL Thursday, September 22, 2022, 5 – 8:30pm Type of Event: CME Course, Conference Sponsor: Abramson Cancer Center Learning Objectives:  At the completion of this course, participants should be able ...

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