Life at Jefferson

How to Cope With Pandemic Burnout
Prolonged uncertainty and cumulative trauma are leaving many fatigued and stressed. Here are some tips from mental health experts for accepting change, managing anxiety and mental fog.
In Stressful Times, Physician Helps Students and Healthcare Providers Use Art to Decompress
Jefferson Artist-in-Residence Dr. Nazanin Moghbeli finds inspiration at the bedside.
Jefferson’s Creativity Core Curriculum Encourages Lifelong Learning
Helping students to step outside their comfort zones, the curriculum expands in its second full year.
In Photos: See Ravenhill Mansion, a Historic Jewel on East Falls Campus
The building dates back to the 19th century, and actress Grace Kelly attended school here.
My Coming Out Story
Medical student Paul Endres shares his journey and gives advice to others.
Movie Explores How Med Students’ Passions Will Make Them Better, Healthier Physicians
Sidney Kimmel Medical College student Ryan Emhoff developed the documentary through JeffMD curriculum.
Essays Offer a Snapshot During a Turbulent Time
Winners of the Drs. Theresa and Charles Yeo Writing Prize pen stories to share with future generations.
Alumnus Named Jefferson Academic Board Chair
‘We want to be responsive to the world we live in today,’ says innovator and entrepreneur Drew Morrisroe.
New Students Prepare for Next Chapter
The Class of 2025 and 2026 get ready for the start of the school year.
You Don’t Have to Be an Olympian to Run Like a Champion
Jefferson track coach Dave Thomas shares tips for beginner to experienced runners.
Years of Prep Led to Successful Student COVID Vaccine Clinics
The University began planning in 2018 to help during a public health emergency.