PCOM researchers have found reducing the amount of Myo/Nog cells in the lens could reduce the severity of secondary cataract.
PsyD student Julia Boyle discusses her investigations into insomnia, sleep-related symptoms and health issues in adults.
DO student Annie Phung explains how her research works to understand barriers in coordinating care for older adults with cognitive impairments.
37 posters explain innovative projects on topics such as diabetes, obesity, vaccination, chemotherapy and more.
The annual event features research by PCOM students, faculty and staff.
It was in his second year at PCOM that Vishwant Tatagari (DO ’21) began his research on the biological irregularity of the fabella bone.
Hannah Groff (DO '19) has participated in several research studies with the Rothman Orthopedic Institute in Philadelphia.
Jade McLain recently presented her neuroscience research at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Chicago.
Nora Brier, MS/CCCHP '15, (PsyD '20) works with Stephanie Felgoise, PhD, to examine how women patients think and feel about their medical scars.
Brian Balin, PhD, calls for more focus, funding for research on infectious agents as a trigger for the disease.