Penn professor coauthored a report on the grieving children of the pandemic.
At the Crossroads
A 7,000-mile circuit around the country seeking answers to a question about to loom over me.
Finding a New Normal
Ezekiel Emanuel believes we need to learn to live with COVID-19—and has a plan to get us there.
Covid’s Long Shadow
Beyond the laboratory and bedside, Penn researchers are working to tease out the pandemic’s psychological, economic, and social impacts in areas from childcare to collective memory.
Vaccines Required for Fall
Students, faculty, and staff must be fully vaccinated for fall.
The Vaccine Trenches
Key breakthroughs leading to the powerful mRNA vaccines against COVID-19 were forged at Penn. That triumph was almost 50 years in the making, longer on obstacles than celebration, and the COVID-19 vaccines may only be the beginning of its impact on 21st-century medicine.
Virtual healthcare by smartphone or computer helps physicians consult with and diagnose patients much more quickly, while offering them convenience and flexibility. The potential to save lives and improve efficiencies is tremendous. But can uncertain regulations and reimbursements, equity and access disparities, and shaky internet connections be surmounted?
A Sense of Purpose, A Sense of Place, A Sense of Penn
From College Hall | A new generation’s “rendezvous with destiny.”