Recent Research


Jefferson researchers discover that the abundances of yet another class of short RNAs differ by a person’s gender and population of origin.

MS patient in wheelchair

Ursolic acid, abundant in fruit peels and some herbs, both prevents and repairs neurons in animal models of multiple sclerosis. 


Why do we take preventative measures during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Older cancer patient looking at pills

Older patients with prostate, breast, or lung cancer are more likely to be hospitalized after chemotherapy if they take more than five other medicines. 

pregnant woman on cell phone

Pregnant women should stay in touch with physicians via telemedicine as needed, and keep precautionary distancing measures. 


Telehealth is vital not just as a means of triaging patients, but also as a safe way for quarantined doctors to continue to help with relief efforts.

Person experiencing poverty

Research among nursing students shows that past experience living in poverty or volunteering in impoverished communities, does not  sufficiently build empathy towards patients who experience poverty. 

Timothy Mooney on Mergers and Acquisitions

According to new analysis, banks may use advance knowledge of mergers and acquisitions to invest in rising stocks more commonly than expected. 

Academic Physician

New study provides comprehensive assessment of metrics and points to key benchmarks for physician trainees considering a career in academics 

Blood vessels in the brain

The advanced technology has the potential to change acute stroke treatment.

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