I-Corps Participant and Vetigenics Founder Nicola Mason Featured on CBS 60 Minutes for Canine Cancer Research
Nicola Mason, BVetMed, PhD, of Penn Vet was featured on CBS' 60 Minutes, where she spoke about her research on immunotherapy treatment for cancer in dogs.
Penn Dental Medicine Study Finds That Cavity-causing Microbes Have the Ability to Form Superorgranisms that Can Crawl on Teeth
A Penn Dental Medicine study found that cavity-causing microbes have the ability to form superorgranisms that can sprout “limbs” that propel them to“leap” to quickly spread on the tooth surfaces.
Penn spinout Neuralert Technologies’ stroke detection wristband selected for TIME’s List of the Best Inventions of 2022
The lightweight, non-invasive wristband device can detect the stroke symptoms in as little as 15 minutes.
CBS This Morning recently featured a story about Emily Whitehead, the first pediatric patient to receive Penn-invented CAR T cell therapy to fight cancer.
Weissman talks about his discovery and the impact of mRNA technology on the development of therapies for flu, cancer and rare genetic diseases.
In their research, the team used SIS stem cells derived from gingival tissue to treat transected facial nerve and sciatic nerve crush injuries in rats.
Carter Caldwell, Director of the Penn Medicine Co-Investment Program, was featured in the Washington Post’s Medical Mysteries column which described his journey following life-changing brain surgery.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Cellular Immunotherapies, led by cell therapy pioneer Dr. Carl June, has entered into a cancer treatment collaboration with Candel Therapeutics.
The Weissman Lab is working towards developing vaccines that not only target multiple COVID variants, but also multiple types of coronaviruses.
This fall, the Penn Center for Innovation and Penn Engineering present three monthly sessions with expert speakers, who will discuss funding, pitching, and open source software for commercialization.