Stories: College of Medicine Research
Penn State Cancer Institute is now the first and only oncology center in central Pennsylvania to offer patients CAR T-cell therapy, a cutting-edge treatment that has been successful treating a common type of lymphoma.
Gary J. Farkas, a doctoral student in the Anatomy PhD program at Penn State College of Medicine, received an award for "Excellence in Graduate Student Research," presented by the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation June 7, 2018.
Natasha Renee Burse, a graduate research assistant and doctor of public health (DrPH) student at Penn State College of Medicine, is working to improve outcomes for minority women diagnosed with cancer.
A new approach to killing C. difficile that silences key bacterial genes while sparing other bacteria may provide a new way to treat the most common hospital-acquired bacterial infection in the United States, according to researchers.
Applications are being accepted for the Interprofessional Education Incentive Awards, which support Penn State faculty and staff in launching new interprofessional education/practice activities of relevance to learners at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine.
Thirteen graduate students and three postdoctoral scholars from Penn State College of Medicine took part in the 11th annual National Institutes of Health (NIH) Career Symposium held May 18, 2018. The annual event helps graduate students, postdoctoral scholars and clinical fellows learn about the diversity of career options available within the biomedical and life sciences. […]