Perelman School of Medicine

Ruth and Ray Perelman Give $225 Million to University of Pennsylvania to Support Medical School

May 15, 2011

The School of Medicine receives a $225 million gift from Raymond and Ruth Perelman.

Article Source: Palm Beach Daily News

Exploring the Roots of Sinus Trouble

May 12, 2011

Noam Cohen and James Palmer of the School of Medicine are interviewed about sinus problems.

Article Source: New York Times

40 Under 40

May 13, 2011

Samir Mehta of the School of Medicine is highlighted for being a top physician younger than 40.

Penn Medical School Gets Record $225 Million Gift

May 11, 2011

The gift from Raymond and Ruth Perelman is the largest in Penn’s history.

Article Source: Associated Press

Penn Medical School Gets Record $225 Million Gift

May 12, 2011

The gift from Raymond and Ruth Perelman is the largest in Penn’s history.

Article Source: Associated Press

With Latest Gift to Penn, Perelmans Focus on Providing Health Care

May 12, 2011

 The Perelmans' $225 million gift is meant to have Penn educate more physicians.

 
Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Fox Chase Study Finds More Evidence that Aspirin Could Fight Cancer

May 11, 2011

Timothy Rebbeck of the School of Medicine comments on new evidence linking the use of aspirin to fighting cancer.

Article Source: Philadelphia
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Media Contact:Phyllis Holtzman | holtzman@upenn.edu | 215-898-8721May 11, 2011

Raymond and Ruth Perelman Donate $225 Million to the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine

LARGEST SINGLE NAMING GIFT TO A SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN U.S. HISTORY

Hot Flashes May Last a Decade or More: Study Reuters

May 9, 2011

Ellen Freeman of the School of Medicine comments on her study of menopause and hot flashes.

Article Source: Reuters
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Media Contact:Kim Menard | kim.menard@uphs.upenn.edu | 215-662-6183May 10, 2011

ADHD Drug Helps Menopausal Women With Focus, Memory Deficits, Penn Study Shows

At menopause, many women begin to notice a decline in their attention, organization, and short-term memory. These cognitive symptoms can lead to professional and personal challenges and unwarranted fears of early-onset dementia.