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Total Hip Arthroplasty Revision Rates in Younger Patients

January 31, 2023

Osteopathic medical student David Cieremans' research found that younger total hip replacement patients have low revision rates at eight years post-surgery.

Anorexia and Slow Heartbeat: Is a Pacemaker Needed?

December 31, 2022

Student researcher participates in a study aimed at informing the medical community about a rare presentation of profound asymptomatic sinus bradycardia.

Research Highlights: Data Management Services in Libraries

November 30, 2022

The research of Oliver Chen, PhD, PCOM's chief library services officer, focuses on how research libraries worldwide have developed data portals.

A Deeper Look at Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Symptoms

October 31, 2022

PCOM faculty member Alexa Bonacquisti, PhD, shares insight into her research on anxiety symptoms and their impact on postpartum mothers.

Research Highlights: Enhancing the Delivery of Innovative Medical Education Curricula

September 30, 2022

The research of Shafik Habal, MD, focuses on enhancing basic sciences curricula to help medical students become more competent healthcare professionals.

Metformin Use with HCC Patients and More PCOM Research Highlights

August 31, 2022

Kumar Mukherjee, PhD, conducted research on if the use of Metformin had any benefits for treating liver cancer or breast cancer patients.

Kudos - July 2022

July 31, 2022

PCOM students, residents and faculty are highlighted for their recently published research works on aging, endocarditis in opioid abusers and more.

Kudos - June 2022

June 30, 2022

PCOM faculty, residents and students published research works on retinal disease in mice and early-life seizures in zebrafish.

Kudos - May 2022

May 31, 2022

May's edition of Kudos features published research on ice hockey injuries and the effects obesity has on surgery outcomes.

Kudos - April 2022

April 30, 2022

Faculty, residents and students published works on diversity, equity and inclusion in a new medical curriculum and systemic racism education in pharmacy curricula.