NBC10 News anchor Rosemary Connors will again host the University’s 13th annual Looking Out for Kids (LOFK) charity event Nov. 2 at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue.
A group of 21 students, led by Laine Higa, OD, assistant professor in the University’s Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO),PCO, and Navpreet Hehar, OD, PCO instructor, traveled to Panama Aug. 10-17, to bring much-needed medical eye care to those living in poverty who otherwise might not have a chance to receive such treatment.
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Students in the Physician Assistant program will eventually have the opportunity to supplement their training by having access to two 3-D anatomy simulators the University recently purchased. The simulators aren’t meant to replace time in the cadaver lab, but will be used to aid the students’ learning when they cannot be in the cadaver lab because, for example, the lab is being set up for an exam and not available.
As opening day for the Philadelphia Eagles and the 2019 Season starts this Sunday against the Washington Redskins, Dr. Carter Liotta recently reflected about the team’s notable win over the New England Patriots in Super Borlw LII.