19 March 2021: College Trustee and Fellow Alexander Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, spoke about the benefits of telemedicine and advocating for insurance coverage of virtual visits post-pandemic
25 February 2021: College Fellow Erin Camac, DO, FCCP, wrote an opinion article for The Philadelphia Inquirer
In the beginning of the pandemic, after I strenuously asserted the particular risk of COVID-19 for their lungs, my patients locked down to a degree many others didn’t.
5 February 2021: College Trustee and Fellow Paul Offit, MD, is featured in a Weekend Confidential article from the Wall Street Journal
The pediatrician and infectious-disease specialist is enthusiastic about the “phenomenal effectiveness” of the shots that can prevent Covid-19.
January 27 2021: College Fellow Stanley Plotkin, MD, spoke to the Washington Post about the historic development and chaotic distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
Stanley Plotkin, legendary vaccinologist, on the historic development and chaotic distribution of covid-19 vaccines
January 15 2021: College Fellow Christopher A. Haines, MD, was recently interviewed by Jefferson Health’s Health Nexus
A frontline physician shares his stories of working in a hospital through the COVID-19 pandemic and what the future holds.
January 5 2021: College Fellow John Grabenstein, RPh, PhD, and College Trustee and Fellow Paul Offit, MD, both presented on the “Racing for Vaccines” panel, part of the National Museum of American History’s Pandemic Perspectives: Stories Through Collections
December 15 2020: College Trustee and Fellow Paul Offit, MD, answered Victor Fiorello’s questions surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine
The director of CHOP’s Vaccine Education Center talks side-effect anxiety, distribution timelines, and why there’s just no arguing with anti-vaxxers.
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Join science goths Mike and Nancy from the Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, as they talk about their favorite historical medical maladies, mysteries, people and events. Prepare to be disturbingly informed!
October 29 2020: College Trustee and Fellow Paul Offit, MD, discusses the timeline to a sense of normalcy (Source: CNN Newsroom)
The coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise. Follow here for the latest.
October 28 2020: College Trustee, Section on Public Health and Preventive Medicine Chair, and Fellow Priya Mammen, MD, MPH; College Fellow Rosemary Frasso, PhD, MSc, CPH; and Christen Rexing, PhD, MPH, discuss how public health was central in this year’s election
Our votes can lead the way for Pennsylvania and our nation as COVID continue to expose massive health disparities.