Breaking the code of the immune system could provide a new fundamental way of understanding, treating, and preventing every type of disease. Penn Medicine is investing in key discoveries about immunity and immune system function, and building infrastructure, to make that bold idea a reality.
Wellness at Penn hosts its annual flu clinic, offering free flu shots to Penn Card holders. No appointment is necessary.Ends October 6, 2023
A panel of experts discuss food as foreign policy. Amanda Freitag and Michael Solomonov join in conversation with Lauren Bernstein, founder and CEO of the Culinary Diplomacy Project, to discuss how their culinary careers bridge cultural divides.
Political reporters Ashley Parker of the Washington Post and Matt Flegenheimer and Luis Ferre-Sadurni of the New York Times share stories from the scrum offer tips for aspiring reporters. This panel is moderated by author Jessica Goodman.
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