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Penn Researchers' New Tracking Method Yields Insights into Mitochondrial Dynamics

1 Jul 2015 – Mitochondria, the tiny oxygen reactors that power our cells, can be the keys to health or disease. But while the recognition of their importance has soared in recent years, methods for studying them havenít always kept pace. Now, scientists from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of... Read more

Jonathan Epstein, MD, Named Chief Scientific Officer for Penn Medicine

29 Jun 2015 – Jonathan Epstein, MD, a highly regarded physician-scientist whose work has played a major role in the understanding and treatment of congenital heart disease, has been named executive vice dean and chief scientific officer for Penn Medicine. Read more

Penn Researchers Identify Stem-like Progenitor Cell that Exclusively Forms Heart Muscle

25 Jun 2015 – Future therapies for failing hearts are likely to include stem-like cells and associated growth factors that regenerate heart muscle. Scientists from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have just taken an important step towards that future by identifying a stem-like... Read more

Penn Medicine's Kevin Volpp, MD, PhD, Receives National Institutes of Health 2015 Matilda White Riley Award

23 Jun 2015 – Kevin Volpp, MD, PhD, a professor of Medicine and Health Care Management in the Perelman School of Medicine and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, is receiving the 2015 Matilda White Riley Award, issued today by the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social... Read more

Penn Medicine Awarded Nearly $9 Million in Grants to Improve HIV/TB Care, Study Lung Health in Africa

23 Jun 2015 – Two Penn Medicine infectious disease teams have received five-year federal grants collectively worth nearly $9 million, the first of which will help train and expand the local health care workforce in Botswana, while the second will investigate lasting lung complications stemming from... Read more

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