Center for Translational Medicine
The Center for Translational Medicine (CTM) aims to bridge basic scientific discoveries with physicians' needs for their patients. At the forefront of academic health care, the Center focuses on cutting-edge basic molecular biomedical research and its translation into the most efficient and tailored forms of diagnosis and treatment as well as modes of prevention.
The Center for Translational Medicine conducts broad and multi-focal research.
Small Animal Physiology Core
The Core provides numerous state-of-the-art approaches to use small animals as models for human disease.
Meet the team of physicians and researchers collaborating and finding new ways to better serve future patients.
Facilities & Laboratories
Learn about the research being conducted in the multiple laboratories housed in the Center.
The Preclinical Core facility in Thomas Jefferson University is a fee-for-service enterprise that characterizes drug effects in a variety of cell, tissue, and animal models for human disease.
Philanthropic generosity of the Dreidink family has allowed the Center for Translational to form the Dreidink Scholars Program, founded in 2015.