George Cotsarelis of the Perelman School of Medicine shares his thoughts on a new indoor tanning law.
Perelman School of Medicine
A series of videos produced by student filmmakers at the University of Pennsylvania has put young biomedical researchers around campus in the spotlight.
People suffering from vision loss are twice as likely to suffer from depression as the general population.
An educational workshop at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association in New York City this week will shed light on this important, growing topic.
Menopausal women have long reported experiencing hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats and memory lapses, too.
Almost every biological process involves sensing the presence of a certain chemical. Finely tuned over millions of years of evolution, the body’s different receptors are shaped to accept certain target chemicals.
A new study led by scientists at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine has painted a clearer picture of the delicate arms race between the human immune system and a pathogen that seeks to infect and kill human cells.
Penn Medicine Researchers Find Much Stronger Association Between Alcohol Use and Advanced Liver Fibrosis in Patients Compared to Uninfected
Consumption of alcohol has long been associated with an increased risk of advanced liver fibrosis, but a new study published in the May issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases from researchers at Penn Medicine and other institutions shows that association is drastically heightened in people co-
Working memory, the ability to hold information in your mind, think about it and use it to guide behavior, develops through childhood and adolescence and is key for successful performance at school and work. Previous research with young children has documented socioeconomic disparities in performance on tasks of working memory.
Claude Nguyen of the Perelman School of Medicine is featured for developing an application that helps treating stroke patients.