Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine highlights the difficulties in medical trials without full informed consent.
Penn in the News
Penn’s Wharton School is cited for a study on consumer retention.
President Amy Gutmann is interviewed by China’s People’s Daily.
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg School for Communication discusses Vice President Cheney’s hunting accident and its relationship with the polls.
Joseph Gyourko of Penn’s Wharton School discusses the decline of the condominium surge.
Penn’s Annenberg School for Communication is cited for research concerning gambling.
Paul Allison of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited for his research on the deaths of spouses.
Sarah Barringer Gordon of the Law School and the School of Arts and Sciences discusses America’s history of policing blasphemy.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses the FDA’s effectiveness in disclosing drug information to the public.
Susan Ellenberg of the School of Medicine comments on findings suggesting calcium isn’t a bone strengthener.
Alan Charles Kors of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses punishments handed down to college bloggers.
Lee Stetson of Admissions discusses Penn’s jump in applications.
Richard Leventhal of the Penn Museum discusses support for evolution.
Nathaniel Persily of the Law School discusses gay rights issues before the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Michael Weisberg of the School of Arts and Sciences and Richard M. Leventhal of Penn Museum author an editorial that celebrates Darwin’s discoveries.
Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine comments on an investigation into fraudulent research claims concerning stem cell research.
James Gilligan of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses the recent race riots in Los Angeles prisons.
Christos Coutifaris of the School of Medicine stresses the experimental status of a new form of in vitro fertilization.
Maureen Rush of Public Safety says new cameras act to prevent crime before it happens.
Renata Holod of the School of Arts and Sciences says illustrations of Muhammad are more prevalent than most think.