Penn in the News

Philadelphia Inquirer — June 12, 2007

Penn geneticists are cited for their research on Kennedy's disease.

ABC News — June 11, 2007

Frank Claus of Financial Services discusses a payment option for tuition.

USA Today — June 11, 2007

Ilana Reisner of the School of Veterinary Medicine offers tips on helping animals who fear storms.

Wired Magazine — June 11, 2007

Roderic Eckenhoff of the School of Medicine discusses the science behind nerves.

Washington Post — June 10, 2007

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine discusses stem-cell legislature and the media's effect.

Reuters — June 10, 2007

Christos Davatzikos of the School of Medicine discusses early Alzheimer's detection methods.

Associated Press — June 10, 2007

Richard Leventhal of Penn Museum and the School of Arts and Sciences says international alliances are they key to enriched museums.

Associated Press — June 10, 2007

Sherrill Davison of the School of Veterinary Medicine says there are many resources in place should avian flu become a reality.

Washington Post — June 9, 2007

Jack Guttentag of the Wharton School authors an op-ed on subprime mortgages.

MSNBC — June 8, 2007

Paul Rozin of the School of Arts and Sciences says portioning your meals can help combat obesity.

Financial Times (U.K.) — June 8, 2007

Justin Wolfers of the Wharton School is cited for his research on happiness.

Chicago Sun-Times — June 7, 2007

Richard Ingersoll of the Graduate School of Education and the School of Arts and Sciences says the best teachers often have the fastest turnover.

Associated Press — June 7, 2007

Leonard Lodish of the Wharton School discusses how television advertising is changing.

Reuters — June 7, 2007

Elijah Anderson of the School of Arts and Sciences says socio-economic issues in certain areas of Philadelphia lead to a climate of violence.

Philadelphia Inquirer — June 7, 2007

P.J. Brennan of the School of Medicine discusses methods used by hospitals to report information-.

Washington Post — June 7, 2007

Nancy Rothbard of the Wharton School discusses how morning moods affect work productivity.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch — June 6, 2007

Andrew Newberg of the School of Medicine says scientific findings are interpreted differently depending on individual religious and philosophical beliefs.

Newsweek — June 5, 2007

Dean Richard Gelles of the School of Social Policy and Practice discusses what could lead a mother to kill her children.

Philadelphia Inquirer — June 5, 2007

Yvonne Paterson of the School of Medicine says the FDA’s delay in approval of cancer vaccines is delaying treatment for patients.

HealthDay News — June 5, 2007

Anne Cappola of the School of Medicine discusses the link between low testosterone levels and health problems.

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