Caryn Lerman of the Perelman School of Medicine talks about researching regions of the brain that may help predict succ
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Bob Siman of the Perelman School of Medicine discusses a protein, SNTF, which might be able to predict the severity of
Mitesh Patel of the Perelman School of Medicine comments on boosting the frequency of physicians prescribing generic br
Jason Karlawish of the Perelman School of Medicine and Ezekiel Emanuel
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects at least one in four Americans who are older than 60 and can significantly shorten lifespan. Yet the few available drugs for CKD can only modestly delay the disease’s progress towards kidney failure.
Penn Medicine Team Develops Cognitive Test Battery to Assess the Impact of Long Duration Spaceflights on Astronauts’ Brain Function
Space is one of the most demanding and unforgiving environments. Human exploration of space requires astronauts to maintain consistently high levels of cognitive performance to ensure mission safety and success, and prevent potential errors and accidents.
Penn Researchers Identify Protein Elevated in Blood That Predicts Post-Concussion Symptom Severity in Professional Athletes
New Penn Medicine research has found that elevated levels in the blood of the brain-enriched protein calpain-cleaved αII-spe
Human existence is basically circadian. Most of us wake in the morning, sleep in the evening, and eat in between. Body temperature, metabolism, and hormone levels all fluctuate throughout the day, and it is increasingly clear that disruption of those cycles can lead to metabolic disease.
Emily Conant of the Perelman School of Medicine is quoted about a new device used to minimize painful mammograms.