Meritorious Contributions to Neuropathology Award for Dr. John Trojanowski

June 22, 2015

American Association of Neuropathologists honors significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge in neuropathology.

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2015 William Pepper Fellowship Award for Pathology Resident Dr. Carlos Villa

June 19, 2015

Award recognizes outstanding achievements of a resident in academic Laboratory Medicine and contributions to clinical service, teaching and research.

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Dr. Kevin Alby elected as AMP Infectious Disease Subdivision-ID Training and Education Committee Representative

June 19, 2015

Will serve as the Association of Molecular Pathology (AMP) Infectious Disease Subdivision Training and Education Committee Representative for 2015-2017.

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Partnership to Produce Gene Therapies

June 17, 2015

Plans to open a 145,000-square-foot cell and gene therapy manufacturing plant at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

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New Study on Donor T Cell Characteristics for Stem-Cell Transplant Patients with Blood Cancers

June 08, 2015

JCO study suggests T lymphocyte count as a screening method to identify better donor matches for patients in need of an allogeneic stem-cell transplants.

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Personalized Cellular Therapy

Explanatory video on the Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) cellular therapy developed at Penn.

Reports at ASCO on Personalized Cellular Therapies

June 02, 2015

Trial results for lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and pancreatic cancer were presented by Penn researchers at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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Upcoming Personalized Medicine Conference

May 21, 2015

Conference on precision medicine will explore new technologies and therapeutic approaches that could transform patient management.

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DARPA-Funded DNA Ebola Vaccine Trial Open for Enrollment

May 20, 2015

DNA-based Ebola immunotherapy vaccine testing in clinical trial begins at Penn.

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Dr. Irving Nachamkin in FDA Advisory Panel on Endoscope Use

May 18, 2015

Medical experts on FDA panel convene for recommendations in light of recent infection cases associated with duodenoscopes and endoscopes.

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