PCOM in the News
October 2018


October 31, 2018

View local, regional and national stories featuring Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine faculty, students and events for the month of October 2018.

October 31, 2018 | Carolina Parent
Bettina Bernstein, DO, clinical assistant professor, psychiatric medicine, discussed bipolar disorder in children and teens.

October 29-31 | Delaware News Journal; Smyrna Clayton Sun-Times; Sussex Countian; Hockessin Community News; Milford Beacon; Middletown Transcript
Taylor Russell (DO '20) discusses her experience in the DIMER program, through which PCOM offers slots in incoming DO classes to Delaware residents.

October 30, 2018 | Philly.com
Scott Glassman, PsyD '13, clinical assistant professor, counseling, discusses the effects of sugar on one's mood.

October 27, 2018 | Newsweek, Live Science
Sebastian Egberts, MS, instructor, anatomy, discussed research on fossils he conducted as a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin.

October 26, 2018 | Philly.com
Jessica Kendorski, PhD, associate professor and chair, school psychology, discusses how to talk to children about fear.

October 23, 2018 | CBS3
PCOM is participating in Lights for the Cure, a citywide event designed to raise awareness of breast cancer.

October 22, 2018 | KYW Newsradio (Broadcast) (Online)
PCOM recently hosted a discussion on transgender health with PA Health Secretary Rachel Levine, MD, and trans health advocate Anne Koch, DMD.

October 20, 2018 | Philly.com
Stephanie Felgoise, PhD, professor and vice-chair, clinical psychology, discussed the best ways to deal with bad medical news.

October 18, 2018 | AACOM "Inside OME"
PCOM has launched an elective course to teach DO students medical Spanish.

October 4, 2018 | AACOM "Inside OME"
PCOM recently held it's first-ever Wellness Fest for the community, raising more than $220,000 for its Healthcare Centers.

October 4, 2018 | NBC10.com
PCOM is one of eight institutions in Pennsylvania to receive certification as an Academic Clinical Research Center as part of the state's medical marijuana program.