The Today show hosted Dr. Michael Reilly to describe his research on how plastic surgery changes the way people are perceived. Stories about the study were also reported by The Washington Post, Time, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan.com, Fox News.com, NBC News.com, Parade and several others. In addition, stories aired on dozens of local TV stations nationwide including in large markets such as Los Angeles and Philadelphia.
The St. Baldrick's Day event hosted by medical students received live coverage on ABC7. A second story also aired on the station.
The Philadelphia Inquirer tapped Dr. Louis Weiner for his expertise on immunotherapies and their side effects.
The Scientist reported on breast cancer research from Dr. Robert Clarke's lab.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed Dr. Dan Merenstein about new sinusitis treatment guidelines.
The Hoya covered two new educational tracks at the School of Medicine.
Dr. Claudine Isaacs was interviewed by USA Today about breast cancer diagnosis and second opinions. She also was quoted in International Business Times.
Dr. Ranit Mishori talked to Live Science about when to seek a second opinion.
CBS News Radio interviewed Dr. Allen Taylor on a study on divorce and its impact on the heart.