In this issue, we grapple with what a contemporary global pandemic means in our lives and work in academic medicine, and with the question of how it changes things. These stories show how COVID-19 has driven our focus on what matters most. That includes public health, surviving the pandemic; creativity, whether in finding unexpected sources of PPE or in using artistic expression to cope with hardship; and justice, driving out longstanding inequities. It includes caring for each other and the compassion that shines on the faces of those around us, even through masks and shields that protect us.
Penn Physicist, Physician Team Awarded $2 Million NIH Grant to Develop Portable COVID-19 Detector for Use in Public Spaces
Awards and Accolades: December 2020
New Treatment Target Discovered That Halts Osteoarthritis-Like Knee Cartilage Degeneration
Cardiac Rehabilitation is Underused Across the Country. One Simple Change Could Fix That.
Ensuring Equity in COVID Vaccine Distribution
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A COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Won’t Necessarily Ease Riders’ Fears of SEPTA
Quay thử miền nam hôm nayCOVID-19 Vaccination in Nursing Homes Is a Tale of Uncertainty About the Future
Penn-backed Carisma Raises Cash to Fight Cancer
Quay thử miền nam hôm nayPennsylvania Hospital CMO’s Advice for Aspiring Physician Leaders