Brian Hickey
How a ‘Shark Tank’-Inspired Contest Led to an Examination of Racism in Health Care
Descendants of those victimized in the infamous U.S. Public Health Service Study shared their stories with students and faculty.
Anesthesiology, Engineering and Textiles Experts Team Up for ‘Gorilla Gown’ Creation
The innovative effort is reimagining ways to protect patients’ body temperature before, during and after surgery.
After Battling COVID-19, Jefferson Nursing Student Vaccinates Frontline Workers
Jennifer Paone, her husband and their four children all battled the virus, and that inspired her to volunteer.
Jefferson Offers Telehealth Training Free to Unemployed Participants
The “Reimagining Health Care – Telehealth Training Course” will start in January, as a pandemic surge and widespread unemployment are on the minds of many.
Students Volunteer to Help With COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Those studying nursing and pharmacy will serve various roles in the process as frontline workers receive COVID-19 vaccines.
Jefferson’s Health Design Lab Teams Up With UArts to Study ER Burnout
Amid COVID the pandemic, more than 70 percent of emergency physicians say they’ve experienced the sort of fatigue which can lead to exhaustion and stress.
When the COVID-19 Pandemic Hit, JIB Stepped Into the Spotlight
The Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing is uniquely qualified to train students and industry professionals at the time it is needed most.
Alumnus Makes His Mark on Capitol Hill
Didier Barjon, class of 2014, heads the Congressional Black Associates group and recently started working in U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer’s office.
Philadelphia Diabetes Prevention Collaborative Seeks to Reverse an Epidemic
Focusing on proactive behavior change, innovative program helps patients stop disease before it takes hold.
Climate Change
Jefferson experts discuss some of the most pressing issues.
Fashion Alumna Helps Create Newest American Girl Doll
Liana Richardson landed her design dream job after graduating in 2017.