Recent Research

03.11.20

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
03.09.20

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
03.05.20

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

Academic Physician
03.04.20

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
03.02.20

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

02.26.20

The naturally occurring molecule N-acetylcysteine (NAC) shows benefit in a clinical trial for multiple sclerosis.

02.24.20

Jefferson researcher tells us how she is studying the ingredients in plants like turmeric that could have medicinal or healing properties

scientist pipeting at the lab bench
02.20.20

New research shows that both strands of microRNA cooperate to drive growth and aggressiveness across cancer types, suggesting that these molecules may be more central in deadly cancers than previously thought. 

Insulin with expiration date
02.18.20

Research shows a market for the sale of essential medications for asthma and diabetes, typically at lower prices on a popular online market-place. 

02.13.20

High levels of CO2 in the body, due to chronic respiratory disorders, may exacerbate pancreatic cancer, making it more aggressive and resistant to therapy. 

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