Science and Technology

Sparking Joy in Teaching
Through Faculty Day, Jefferson educators collaborate, share and innovate.
How Nursing Research Improves Patient Care and Recovery
Nursing researcher shares her passion for helping patients and the future generation of nurses.
The Hidden Faces of Healthcare
From analyzing cancer biomarkers to detecting dangerous pathogens, medical laboratory scientists work behind the scenes to improve and even save patient lives.
Jefferson Investigates: Guts to Joints, Traffic Patterns of Brain Molecules, and Immature Contacts in Alzheimer’s
The normal role of a gene involved in familiar Alzheimer’s, neuronal clean-up crews, and how the gut microbiome might affect osteoarthritis
Students Have Transformative Experience Through Health Design Lab Research Fellowship
Lauren Schlegel and Eva Varotsis learn new skills at the intersection of health and design.
Jefferson Investigates: A New Disease, COVID Immunity and Triple Combo Therapy for Glioblastoma
A novel fibrotic disease with surprising nerve symptoms, an explanation for COVID immunity in the immunocompromised and a new approach for brain cancer
PHOTOS: Graduate Students Celebrated at 198th Commencement
“You will lead us through all that the 21st century has to offer,” Jefferson Interim President H. Richard Haverstick Jr. told the Class of 2022.
What Are Internal Waves in the Ocean, and Why Are They Important?
How the mixing of elements in the ocean help nourish coastlines and make the atmosphere healthier.
PHOTOS: Jefferson Grads Honored at 198th Commencement
Speakers urge the Class of 2022 to be ambitious and ‘choose your cool.’
Celebrating the Jefferson Class of 2022
Students look back as they embark on their next career step.
Researchers Investigate: Steroids and Cancer, Brain Degeneration and Growth
How steroids affect cancer immunotherapy, the powerhouse of neurodegeneration and the molecules behind learning and memory