Penn Medicine Researchers Awarded $27.5 Million for Large Palliative Care Study
The PCORI study is led by led by Scott D. Halpern and Kate Courtright along with other Penn faculty with more peripheral but important and defined roles, including: Jaya Aysola, Amol Navathe, Michael Harhay, and Kathy Bowles
Dr. Callahan Wins Funding for Managing Uncertainty in Genetic Information in Neonates
Genetic testing is increasingly used in ill neonates and holds promise to improve care, but the uncertainty of many genetic results complicates their application to clinical practice and poses an important hazard.
The Supreme Court’s Rulings on Race Neutrality Threaten Progress in Medicine and Health
Harald Schmidt wrote a JAMA Viewpoint after the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on affirmative action.
Challenges and advances in brain-computer interfaces
Following the FDA approval for human clinical trials for brain tech startups, Anna Wexler of the Perelman School of Medicine discusses advances in brain-computer interfaces and looming ethical concerns.