Aaron Kucyi, PhD, an assistant professor in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences and director of the Dynamic Brain and Mind Lab, recently published a review of recent research developments on spontaneous thought and mental health, and what it means for future mental health interventions.
As part of an effort by National Institutes of Health to protect health care workers from dangerous infections, researchers from Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics are sharing their expertise on how best to […]
A new study based on the Between the Lines research project — a two-year project between researchers at Drexel University and the Mexico section of the US-Mexico Border Health Commission — offers perspectives on the discrimination and trauma felt by immigrant children amid anti-immigrant rhetoric and family separation policies from 2019-2021.
Spotting patterns among patient records can allow physicians to better diagnose and treat their patients. With access to more records, and more time to parse them, it’s possible that these health care providers could identify […]
For people with chronic kidney disease, obesity can increase risks of kidney function decline and is associated with worse outcomes after kidney transplant surgery. But weight loss attempts must be managed with care to avoid […]
Drexel faculty Brandy-Joe Milliron, PhD and Ann Klassen, PhD share insight on their recently published study about water, sanitation and hygiene practices in the central Asian country of Tajikistan.
Obesity is a risk factor for end-stage kidney disease (ESKD), and it can prevent an ESKD patient from becoming eligible for a life-saving kidney transplant. New findings from researchers at Drexel’s College of Medicine, School of Public Health and College of Nursing and Health Professions – in conversations with patients and clinical teams – suggests that critical weight management conversations between patients and their care teams simply aren’t happening, and the communication breakdown doesn’t end there.
A number of Drexel University researchers helped the public better understand what happened and the city’s response during the week – shedding light on health risks associated with the chemical that leaked from a latex plant in Bucks County into a tributary of the Delaware; Philadelphia’s water testing and treatment process; and the city’s emergency response procedures.
Rare crowdsurfing at Dennis Novack Experience performance
A number of cities across the country have been using regular testing of sewage to spot genetic signs of COVID-19 and other diseases. The process, called wastewater surveillance, gives municipalities an edge in responding to […]