A new study from researchers at Drexel University found that narrative posts on Instagram may be an effective tool in curbing misinformation about vaccines.
Through a partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Airthinx is also bettering how we monitor and treat young children with asthma.
Here’s what Temple and other Philadelphia colleges and universities are doing to put more black men in white coats.
Using innovative tools like blockchain, this local clinical research service organization is helping companies bring new therapies to patients sooner.
A new study by Jefferson researchers used artificial intelligence on images of thyroid growths to predict the risk of cancer.
MossRehab is the first in the region to use the SPRINT endura Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS) System, a promising new therapy for acute and chronic pain.
Cognizance has developed a diagnostic test to accurately detect the difference between seizures and other neurological conditions.
Penn’s Tom Cappola tells us about the latest clinical trials and medical breakthroughs to be announced during AHA’s Scientific Sessions.
The program supports companies seeking to improve a civil service or the health of a population through technology with an eye on global expansion.
Zynerba is testing a CBD gel for the treatment of behavioral symptoms associated with Fragile X Syndrome, the most common genetic cause of autism.
Penn’s Kiran Musunuru talks to us about the technology that has been both praised and criticized for its ability to alter human DNA and potentially cure disease.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania launched the first-ever clinical trial to genetically edit the immune cells of cancer patients using the technology.
Nabriva has developed a new antibiotic to treat community-acquired bacterial pneumonia and is pioneering new treatments for other infectious diseases.
Direct Primary Care is an affordable payment model for healthcare services that could help improve health outcomes in underserved communities.
A new study from Penn Medicine found that liquid biopsies may be effective in tracking disease progression in patients with glioblastoma.