Drexel University College of Medicine

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Drexel University College of Medicine - Queen Lane Campus

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News & Events


Campus Weather Advisory - Inclement Weather
The University's normal operations and classes are suspended at 12 Noon today Thursday, March 5, for the University City, Center City and Queen Lane Campuses. Evening classes are also cancelled.

Students in clinical settings should contact their clinical supervisors or clinical instructors regarding their schedules.

Drexel University Physicians will close practice offices at 12 Noon.

For weather emergency contact information, visit http://www.drexel.edu/weather or call 215-895-MELT (6358).

Professors Awarded Refunds for Breast Cancer Research Grants

Professors Awarded Breast Cancer Research Grants
The Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition recently awarded two Drexel University College of Medicine researchers grants from its statewide Refunds for Breast Cancer Research campaign. Alessandro Fatatis, MD, PhD, and Mauricio Reginato, PhD, each received a $50,000 award.
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Surgery Department Receives Komen Community Grant

Study Examines Effectiveness of Sports Concussion Laws
Recent concussion laws that set out to prevent head injuries in American teenage athletes should be extended to include the activities of summer camps, travel teams and all-star teams. This will ensure that all youths who suffer head injuries receive appropriate care and education, says Drexel sports medicine physician Thomas Trojian, MD.
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Research Finds Campaign Links Hepatitis C Patients to Care

Research Finds Campaign Links Hepatitis C Patients to Care
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is the most common blood-borne illness, affecting three to five million Americans, and many of them don't even know it. Philadelphia has a high rate of HCV among its residents, who many times have limited access to screening and treatment. So how do you get help to the people who need it the most? You go door to door.
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