Nancy Rothbard of the Wharton School is cited for collaborating on a research study about maintaining boundaries on social media Web sites.
Battening Down the Hatches, Circling the Wagons: The WikiLeak Effect on the Public Diplomacy of Internet Advocacy
Monroe Price of the Annenberg School for Communication shares his perspective on the effects of the WikiLeaks.
Executive Director, Center for High-Impact Philanthropy
School of Social Policy & Practice
University of Pennsylvania
Teresa Reyes of the School of Medicine shows that food can change the brain through a Penn research experiment with mice.
The Richard Lounsbery Award (overseen by the National Academy of Sciences and its French counterpart) goes each year to a young scientist who has demonstrated "extraordinary scientific achievement in science and medicine." The prize typically alternates between French and American scientists. The last three French winners teach at Harvard, Rockefeller and Columbia Universities.
Brian J. Czerniecki and Gary K. Koski of the School of Medicine are featured for their experimental vaccine to treat early-stage breast cancer.
PHILADELPHIA –Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine’s Udall Center for Parkinson's Research have developed the first blood-based biomarker test to predict cognitive decline in Parkinson’s disease (PD). If results can be replicated and standardized in other Parkinson patients, by other investigators, the test could be a useful tool to use in selecting patients for the development of new drugs that can slow or prevent this complication of the disease.