In the News - October 2015October 27, 2015
Recent news articles featuring Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty,
students and events:
Elizabeth Gosch, PhD, professor and director, mental health counseling, discussed ways parents could keep
their children safe while trick-or-treating.
Brad Rosenfield, PsyD, assistant professor, psychology, discussed the "Healthy Monks" program he founded
and runs with fellow faculty and students.
John Becher, DO '70, professor and chair, emergency medicine, and president of the AOA, discussed whether
the full moon leads to more ER visits.
Oct. 22, 2015 | KYW3
Throughout October, PCOM is taking part in the Lights for the Cure campaign to observe
Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Katherine Galluzzi, DO, professor and chair, geriatric medicine, discussed the creation of CME models specific
to opiod prescription by physicians, at the annual OMED Conference.
John P. Kearney, board chair, participated in PCOM's 23rd annual Golf Classic on Sept. 21.
Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, president and CEO, participated in PCOM's 23rd annual Golf Classic on Sept. 21.
Kristen Berry, DO, instructor, family medicine, discussed the importance of staying hydrated in the
Brian Balin, PhD, professor and chair, bio-medical sciences, discussed whether fungi might play a
role in the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Stacey Cahn, PhD, associate professor, clinical psychology, discussed the ways willpower works in
relation to weight loss and eating healthfully.
Oct. 15, 2015 | Main Line Parent
Elizabeth Gosch, PhD, professor, psychology and director of the MS Program in Mental Health Counseling,
offered tips for parents on when to let their children trick-or-treat alone.
In an op-ed piece, Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, president and CEO, discussed the impending shortage of residency slots and its effect on primary care.
Sarah Allen, PhD, assistant professor, psychology, discussed the importance of sleep to a child's brain development.
Stacey Cahn, PhD, associate professor, clinical psychology, discussed the ways nutrition can affect mental health.
Lisa McBride, PhD, chief diversity officer, was recently honored with the Diversity Visionary Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.