CAHS Changes Name to College of Health Professions
Jefferson's undergraduate division has a new name the College of Health Professions (CHP) and more.
Jefferson Researchers Halt Immunological Diseases Using
Potential New Drug Designed by Computer
Medical researchers at Jefferson's Kimmel Cancer Center (KCC) have demonstrated that an inexpensive molecule, identified using powerful computer systems at the center, significantly lessens the incidence and severity of several types of immunological disease in mice.
Hospital Expanding and Refurbishing Several Patient Areas to
Meet Increased Demand
Numerous refurbishing and renovation projects are under way in the Hospital to expand existing programs and to accommodate new physicians.
Joseph and Marie Field Endow Cerebrovascular Laboratory
Mr. Joseph M. Field, President and CEO of Entercom in Bala Cynwyd, and his wife, Marie, have pledged $250,000 toward the endowment of a cerebrovascular laboratory.
Jeff Faculty to Train Physicians In Eastern Europe
For the last two years, Dr. Elias Schwartz has served as a volunteer for the American Austrian Foundation, an organization established to promote education for Eastern European professionals in a variety of fields.
Innovative Cardiac Catheter Helps Destroy Clots and Open
Blocked Coronary Arteries
Jefferson cardiologists successfully destroyed and removed an extensive blood clot from the coronary artery of a 45-year-old man by using an AngioJet catheter.
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JEFFERSON'S 1996 ANNUAL REPORT
Thomas Jefferson University's 1996 Annual Report is also available through the publications office at 215-955-6204.