Ten years ago, Dr. Rodney Willoughby ’77 treated a teenager who had rabies, long thought to be fatal in all cases. She lived. But Willoughby’s methods remain under fire.
By Katherine Hobson ’94
It was October 2004, and only his second time on call at his new job in Wisconsin, when Rodney Willoughby Jr. ’77 heard about the patient who would...
Can some of the declines associated with aging be delayed or even prevented? Coleen Murphy thinks so.
By Anna Azvolinsky *09
Coleen Murphy had her first child at 38, her second at 41. More than most people, Murphy, a molecular biologist, understood the risks of waiting...
Eisgruber: University expanding efforts to attract, support low-income students
By W. Raymond Ollwerther ’71
President Eisgruber ’83 was among more than 80 higher-education leaders who attended a White House conference Jan. 16 on socioeconomic diversity in...
Doctor’s order: Take charge of your health
By Maria LoBiondo
Cancer specialist, researcher, and wellness advocate David Agus ’87’s health advice sounds simple enough: “Every day your body is talking to you....
A decades-long Princeton study gathers extensive data on unmarried parents
By Zachary Goldfarb ’05
What does it mean for a child in America to be born to unwed parents? For a decade and a half, sociology professor Sara McLanahan has been ...