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PCOM in the News 
August 2020


August 31, 2020

View local, regional and national stories featuring PCOM faculty, staff and students for the month of August 2020.

August 27, 2020 | Intracell Research Group
Brian Balin, PhD, chair, bio-medical sciences, discusses how COVID-19 can inform research strategies and develop pathways forward to better understand the role of infectious pathogens in diseases like Alzheimers.


August 24, 2020 | 6ABC’s Alicia Vitarelli Instagram
Jessica Kendorski, PhD, chair, school psychology, discusses the transition back to school and how parents can support their children.


August 15-17, 2020 | KYW Newsradio; Radio.com; +35 Additional Outlets
Peter Bidey, DO ‘08, vice-chair, family medicine, discusses the upcoming flu season.


August 12, 2020 | The DO (AOA)
Andrea Weir (DO ‘21) discusses mindful eating and building a healthy relationship with food.


August 10-18, 2020 | The Cherry Hill Sun; The Cherry Hill Sun (online)
Julia Burns (DO ‘24) shares her experience at PCOM and plans for her future career in medicine.


August 7, 2020 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
Penelope Howard, CPA, MBA, has been named associate chief financial officer and controller of PCOM.


August 6, 2020 | Best Life Online
Peter Bidey, DO ‘08, vice-chair, family medicine, discusses small health changes that may indicate larger problems.


August 6, 2020 | US News & World Report
Jessica Kendorski, PhD, chair, school psychology, discusses emotional well-being of school-aged students as they prepare for back to school.


August 5, 2020 | Inside OME
PCOM establishes President's Council on Equity, Inclusion and Justice.


August 2, 2020 | Philadelphia Inquirer
Terri Erbacher, PhD, clinical associate professor, school psychology, discusses three factors to consider as the new school year begins.

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