Welcome to the Penn State Hershey Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
At Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital, research is a very important part of our mission. Therefore, we are constantly striving to find better ways to treat babies with complicated diseases. Our world-class researchers have also developed devices to help our youngest patients breathe easier.
Faculty work to change treatment for sexual behavior problems
Penn State Network on Child Protection and Well-Being faculty member Brian Allen is exploring new frontiers in a field of child mental health that is often underexamined, underfunded and overlooked. Allen, a clinical child psychologist practicing at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, hopes to change the conversation -- or lack thereof -- surrounding child sexual behavior problems with help from a Children’s Miracle Network grant.More...
Exercise program inspires $14 million College of Medicine research study
Three sets of shoulder presses, chat about the weather. Three sets of chair stands, joke with the person on your right. Three sets of arm pulls, encourage the person on your left. This simple recipe – which combines strength training with socialization – has become a successful formula for older adults who participate in Band Together peer exercise groups throughout Central Pennsylvania.More...
Sending a 'We Are!' thank you to these Penn Staters
This week, we recognize five people who go above and beyond what's asked of them in their work at the University. We're sending a "We Are!" to Penn Staters with World Campus, Penn State Hershey, Penn State Law and the College of Agricultural Sciences.More...
Association recognizes research of laboratory animal medicine residents
The work of three residents in the Laboratory Animal Medicine Residency Program at Penn State College of Medicine has been recognized at professional meetings.More...