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November 28, 2022
Podcast: How the University’s Global Push Could Help Bring Malawi Its First Teaching Hospital
Jefferson’s long-standing ties to the African nation could prove transformative for students, patients and medical professionals there.
November 15, 2022
Air Force Veteran Helps Improve Outcomes at Jefferson’s Pro Bono Clinic
As a physical therapy student, Jonathan Adams helped underserved community members overcome language and care barriers.
November 3, 2022
Is Moderate Coffee Drinking Good for Your Health?
Recent research suggests major health benefits to consuming coffee—even increasing longevity. However, more data and continued moderation are necessary.
October 31, 2022
JeffSolves Brings Medicine and Design Together to Improve Patient Care
Industrial design and med students collaborate with nurses to solve complicated problems. Watch their pitches.
October 10, 2022
Podcast: How a Creative Approach to Humanities Education Sets Jefferson Apart
When employers said ‘soft skills’ help bolster employment success, the University set out to offer a wide array of courses for its students.
October 7, 2022
Exploring Jobs of the Future: Medical Coding
From revenue to health equity, this field is the thread that ties the healthcare industry together.
September 23, 2022
Creativity, Talents and Inventive Spirit on Display at Celebration of Innovation
University recognizes eight projects by students and faculty that improve lives.
September 22, 2022
Jefferson Investigates: COVID Risks, RNA in Cancer, and a New Use for Anti-nausea Medication
Long-non-coding RNA as a common driving force in cancer, blood analysis reveals COVID-19 risks, and a common drug finds a new application.
September 6, 2022
Podcast: Institute for Smart and Healthy Cities Unites Three Colleges in Cross-Disciplinary Effort
CABE, Kanbar and Pop Health come together to develop cities in face of climate change, social inequity, rapid urbanization and health disparities.
August 31, 2022
Middle East Fellowship Forever Changes Nursing Professor
“I expected to learn a lot about Israel on this trip,” Dr. Jennie Ryan writes. “I didn’t anticipate learning so much about myself.”
August 25, 2022
Medical Student Aims to Increase Health Professionals’ Understanding of Deaf Patients
Through the JeffMD Curriculum, Natalie Perlov develops lecture series to explore cultural, linguistic, historical and artistic facets of deafness and ASL.