The gift from Raymond and Ruth Perelman is the largest in Penn’s history.
PHILADELPHIA — From high-school students to surgeons, anyone who has pulled an all-nighter knows there is a price to be paid the next day: trouble focusing, a fuzzy memory and other cognitive impairments. Now, researchers at Penn have found the part of the brain and the neurochemical basis for sleep deprivation’s effects on memory.
The Perelmans' $225 million gift is meant to have Penn educate more physicians.
Timothy Rebbeck of the School of Medicine comments on new evidence linking the use of aspirin to fighting cancer.
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
Vice President Marie Witt of Business Services comments on campus dining services.
WHAT: University of Pennsylvania’s 255th Commencement ceremony
Dean Eric Furda of Admissions and others comments on Penn’s outreach to LGBT accepted applicants.