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Brain Powered: How Neuroscience Research at Penn Medicine’s Pavilion Will Forge New Discoveries

Advanced treatment for epilepsy can offer a unique look at the human mind from inside. By bringing clinical care and neuroscience research closer together, Penn Medicine’s newest inpatient facility, the Pavilion at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, will help to forge fundamental neuroscience discoveries and new neurotechnologies faster and better than ever.

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Patient Care on the Precipice of Transformation at Penn Medicine’s New Pavilion

From the design and construction process to staff training, this state-of-the-art hospital has been home to a variety of innovative approaches that are mapping the future of healthcare.

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Minimizing Disruption, Maximizing Sleep in the Hospital

If you have ever been to a hospital, either as a patient or a caregiver, you know how hard it can be to get a good night’s sleep. The beeps, chatter, code alarms, and clatter that go along with hospital care can be omnipresent, even after sundown.

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Architects of Innovation

The Pavilion at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is rising as a towering example of the value of behavioral research in health-care building design.

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