Topics: College of Medicine Research
When Dr. Robert Tunks sits down with the concerned parents of a child found to have a heart defect, a 3D model of their child’s heart can go a long way in fostering understanding of the treatment options.
The gift of promoting a healthy lifestyle is probably the most valuable thing you could give to someone you care about this holiday season, yet it can also turn into a potential landmine of gift-giving disasters.
A research team at Penn State College of Medicine will study universal school based screening of adolescents for major depressive disorder with the help of a three-year, $2 million funding award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI).
Rhea Sullivan, a first-year student in Penn State College of Medicine's MD/PhD Medical Scientist Training Program, was intervied by LNP | Lancaster Online about what led her to want to become a physician-scientist.