CHIBE and the Department of Medical Ethics & Health Policy Volunteer at Cradles to Crayons
Members of Penn’s Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy and the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE) volunteered at Cradles to Crayons this May by cleaning and sorting books and sorting clothing.
Do Accelerated Approvals Really Benefit Patients? With Ravi Parikh, MD, MPP
In this interview with OncData, he further discusses his research and gives a thought-provoking analysis of what these findings could mean for the future of the accelerated approval program, as well as how the multidisciplinary team could better advocate and let their voices be heard for more quality clinical trials.
How an abortion pill ruling could threaten the FDA's regulatory authority
Holly Fernandez Lynch tells Morning Edition's Michel Martin that pharmaceutical companies that develop new products typically conduct clinical trials, evaluate drugs' safety and effectiveness, and submit a "massive dossier of data" to the FDA, the agency given authority by Congress to determine which products can go to market.
PIK Professor Ezekiel J. Emanuel has been awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship
Four Penn faculty named 2023 Guggenheim Fellows
Dr. Coe's Paper Is Selected for the 2023 John M. Eisenberg Article of the Year
Norma Coe’s paper with Sungchul Park and Rachel Werner, “Racial and ethnic disparities in access to and enrollment in high-quality Medicare Advantage plans,” published in a 2022 issue of Health Services Research has been selected as the journal's 2023 John M. Eisenberg Article of the Year.