News & Events
New Partnership Brings More Personalized Cancer Treatment to Philadelphia
Thomas Jefferson University joins an international genomic medicine collaborative
Congratulations to All of Our Jefferson School of Pharmacy Award Winners for 2014
Congratulations to the winners of our Thomas Jefferson University and Inter-School Awards, TJU Faculty Awards and Student Awards.
Listening to the Brain in Real Time
Ashwini Sharan, MD, director of the Functional Neurosurgery and Neuroimplantation Center at Jefferson recently spoke with the New York Times about direct brain recording, a way neuroscientists can listen to brain activity in patients suffering from epilepsy and other neurological conditions.
Pilot Study Examines Brain’s Reaction to Religious Symbols
Study and Commentary Open Multidisciplinary Dialogue on Intersection of Neuroscience and Religion
Jefferson Appoints Michael Unger, MD, FACP, FCCP, as Professor of Medicine in Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University announced the appointment of Michael Unger, MD, FACP, FCCP as Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care.
Saltier Intravenous Fluids Reduce Complications from Surgery
Infusing a saltier saline solution during and after surgery decreases overall complication rate for a complex procedure
Thomas Jefferson University’s Department of Family & Community Medicine Awarded Hot Spotting Mini-Grant
An interprofessional team of five Thomas Jefferson University students were awarded a hot spotting mini-grant by the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, Association of American Medical Colleges and Primary Care Progress.
Rehabilitation helps prevent depression from age-related vision loss
NIH-funded study brought together eye care and mental health professionals
Fat Damages the Lungs of Heavy Drinkers
Alcohol causes fat build-up in the lungs of rats, impairing immune function and possibly explaining why alcoholics are more likely to develop lung disease
Sutures or Staples? The best choice for closing a C-section
Settling a long-time debate, researchers show that sewing up a C-section skin incision with sutures leads to fewer complications than using surgical staples