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    Penn Medicine Magazine

    Published three times a year for the alumni and friends of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
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    Simply Because

    Simply Because, Penn Medicine’s annual community benefits report, highlights service efforts in the communities we serve.
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    Facts & Figures

    This pocket-size brochure contains a wealth of public statistical information about Penn Medicine, including organization, and provides some research, education, and clinical care highlights from the past year.
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    Benchmarks

    A monthly newsletter featuring a collection of timely content, including highlights from Penn Medicine's basic/discovery science advancements, research-related news coverage, and commentary from faculty.
  • 250

    The Nation's First Medical School Turns 250

    To Spread the Light of Knowledge, a full-color, limited-edition book commissioned to celebrate the 250th birthday of the Perelman School of Medicine, chronicles the institution’s fascinating history. This web companion provides a glimpse inside its covers.
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    The Research Legacy of Penn Medicine

    This is a virtual portal to content describing the work and achievements of Penn Medicine's biomedical research community.
  • Did You Know?

    Did You Know...?

    Fast facts and firsts about Penn Medicine’s history, accomplishments and daily operations.
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    Sign up to receive any of Penn Medicine’s e-mail newsletters in your inbox! The monthly email editions of HUPdate, PresbyBulletin, and What's New, as well as System News contain exclusive online-only photos in addition to the stories in the print editions.
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    Women of Penn

    The following posts are part of a year-long online campaign highlighting #WomenofPenn. The campaign, developed by FOCUS on Women’s Health and Leadership and Penn Medicine Communications, aims to foster collaborations, and inspire early-career women in academic medicine through the examples of successful women role models.
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