Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Master's Programs
Scholarly Activity

Our students are required to complete a thesis as a culmination of their studies in the College of  Life Sciences. The thesis can be either a traditional laboratory-based project or a Capstone project. The substantial research project that is submitted shows the development of the student’s scientific approach to problem solving and critical thinking.

MS Program Thesis Schedules & Abstracts

Name Program Date/Time Advisor
MSCB Mon, Apr 22- 9:30 AM, JAH-M61 Andrew South, PhD
William Ciocca MSMI Mon, Apr 22- 2:30 PM, JAH-M61 Dr. Noreen Hickok
Abeer Hudaihed MSMI Mon, Apr 22- 1:00 PM, JAH-M61 William Wunner, PhD
Jamin Roh MSMI Mon, Apr 22- 2:00 PM, JAH-M61 Adam Snook, PhD 
MSMI Mon, Apr 22- 1:30 PM, JAH-M61 V. Alexeev
Teena Dhir MSPR Weds, Apr 24- 1:00 PM, JAH-M61 Adam Snook, PhD
Felicia Robinson MSPR Weds, Apr 24- 9:30 AM, JAH-M61 J.C. Tudor
Nicole Woodbury MSPR Weds, Apr 24- 9:00 AM, JAH-M61 Carol Beck, PhD
Beatrice Attilus MSBS Weds, Apr 24- 1:30 PM, JAH-M61 R. Daniel
Stephan Attilus MSBS Weds, Apr 24- 2:00 PM, JAH-M61 Shey-Shing Sheu, PhD
Pauline Digianivittorio MSBS Weds, Apr 24- 3:00 PM, JAH-M61 Diane Merry, PhD
Andrea Friedman MSBS Tues, Apr 30- 1:00 PM, JAH-M25 Lucia Languino
Ashley Woolheater MSBS Weds, Apr 24 - 3:30 PM, JAH-M61 Angelo Lepre