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Philadelphia Inquirer

How do we improve diversity in medicine? Black female physician-leaders answer

Med student Jasmine Brown of the Perelman School of Medicine joins alumna Arlene Bennett and Perelman’s Eve Higginbotham to discuss her upcoming book, “Twice as Hard,” which recounts the stories of the nation’s first Black female doctors.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

How a voice from the past resonated with a Black woman medical student

Med student Jasmine Brown of the Perelman School of Medicine will be joined by alumna Arlene Bennett and Perelman’s Eve Higginbotham to discuss her upcoming book “Twice as Hard,” which recounts the stories of Black women who fought to become physicians.

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Barron’s

Big-donor giving to universities totaled nearly $4 billion last year

Alumnus Leonard Lauder is noted for pledging $125 million to the School of Nursing for a tuition-free program to recruit and educate nurse practitioners for underserved communities.

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Forbes

Five game-changing gifts to higher education in 2022

Alumnus Leonard A. Lauder gifted $125 million to the School of Nursing to establish a tuition-free program to train and deploy nurse practitioners in underserved communities.

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Philadelphia Business Journal

2022 in Review: Local universities set records with multimillion-dollar gifts from alums, foundations

Alumnus Leonard A. Lauder donated $125 million to the School of Nursing in 2022, the largest gift ever to a nursing school.

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Jerusalem Post

TAU establishes center for autoimmune research

The Penn Colton Center for Autoimmunity at the Perelman School of Medicine is noted for its experimental and theoretical studies in immunology.

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