11 March 2021: College Trustee, Fellow, and Chair of the Section on Public Health Priya Mammen, MD, MPH, was interviewed by WHYY for “One Year Of Covid: Lost and Found Coronavirus Pandemic”
A doctor. A business owner. A student. A musician. A therapist. Five Philly area residents share their reflections on the past year of the pandemic.
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
Listen to our new podcast, My Favorite Malady
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.
September 1 2020: College Fellow and Trustee Paul Offit, MD, gave a presentation on the search for a COVID-19 vaccine via Perry World House at Penn
August 5 2020: Board Trustee and College Fellow Paul Offit, MD, discusses the search for a coronavirus vaccine on KSRO Radio
Meyer & Meyer/iStockPat speaks with Dr. Paul Offit, Director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children?s Hospital in Philadelphia and a member of of the FDA?s Vaccine & Related Biological Products Advisory Committee:
July 9 2020: The Mütter Museum’s reopening is featured by WHYY
Things To Do: Mural Arts walking tour is back, more museums reopening and socially distanced fruit picking
This week, more cultural institutions are reopening around the Delaware Valley.
June 28 2020: As part of Wawa’s virtual Welcome America Festival, our virtual tour of the exhibition, Spit Spreads Death, was featured on NBC 10
The fun continued with music, museums and even animals on the second day of Wawa Welcome America!
June 24 2020: College Fellow John H. Holmes, PhD, FACE, FACMI, gave the inaugural lecture in the National Library of Medicine’s Ada Lovelace Computational Health Lecture Series, “AI in the Age of COVID-19: Computational Tools for a Pandemic”
June 12 2020: College Fellow Joseph Greenberg, DMD, discusses the importance of dental hygiene during the pandemic
Inside Dental Hygiene spoke to Joseph Greenberg, DMD, a private practitioner in Villanova, Pennsylvania, and longtime educator, about recent assertions that dental hygiene is a nonessential service.