Edyta Zielinska
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Jefferson Investigates: Scar Tissue, Asthma Control, and Adherence to Diabetes Medication
Exploring a new technique to break down scar tissue, a text-message intervention in young asthma patients and how conversations may improve diabetes treatment in African American patients.
Scenes From the Research as Art Celebration
The Jefferson community comes together to experience the work of researchers through stunning visuals.
Jefferson Investigates: ChatGPT in Sleep Apnea, Distress in Cancer Care and Hunger for Moms in Opioid Treatment
African American men are more affected by cancer, ChatGPT may help patients understand sleep apnea, and looking at the basic needs of mothers in treatment for opioids use.
Engineering Styrofoam Into ‘Biofoam’
Plastic food packaging is a major source of pollution, but finding sustainable alternatives has proved challenging. This research team thinks fungi might be the answer.
Jefferson Investigates: Kids of Incarcerated Parents, Babies vs. Sleep and Better Asthma Inhalers
New research explores addressing an asthma inhaler’s side effects, mental health access for kids with incarcerated parents, and how fruit flies choose between babies and sleep.
Jefferson Researcher Receives Cancer Moonshot Award
Hien Dang, PhD, was one of 11 people awarded the prestigious award aimed at finding therapies for tough-to-treat cancers in patients who have been historically disadvantaged.
Saving Sea Turtles, One Paddle at a Time
This summer, Dr. Manuela Tripepi traveled to Curaçao to research the disease ravaging sea turtles across the Caribbean.
Jefferson Investigates: Allergies to Cannabis, Brain Fog in HIV and Anti-Scarring Treatment
How does cannabis cause allergic reactions, why do people with HIV experience cognitive decline, and how can internal scarring be reduced after rotator cuff repair.
How Does Light at Night Affect My Health?
Light pollution at night is getting worse. How can people maintain good sleep hygiene when brightness seeps through the windows?
Jefferson Investigates: Discrimination’s Impact on Recovery, Cannabis for Chronic Pain, and Cancer’s Blood Supply
Does discrimination slow recovery from brain trauma, can patients with long-term pain use cannabis to reduce opioid use, will blocking blood flow to cancer slow its growth?
New Project to Design Building Skins to Retrofit Energy-Inefficient Structures
Researchers will develop prototype modular panels and test for energy savings, resistance to weathering and market feasibility.