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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.
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.
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.
August 19, 2022
Sparking Joy in Teaching
Through Faculty Day, Jefferson educators collaborate, share and innovate.
June 16, 2022
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.
May 10, 2022
Celebrating the Jefferson Class of 2022
Students look back as they embark on their next career step.
April 27, 2022
Collaboration Leads to Innovation With Occupational Therapy-Industrial Design Projects
Student groups create assistive technology for people with special needs.
April 12, 2022
Can a Jefferson Degree
Make Graduates Robot-Proof?
Fostering creativity and innovation gives grads an edge as they enter the workforce.
March 14, 2022
Podcast: Designing for the Neurodiverse
In this inaugural episode of The Nexus Podcast, we take a deeper dive into the “neurodiverse furniture project.”
March 3, 2022
Jefferson Investigates: Colon Cancer, Health Disparities and Burnout
Looking for colon cancer’s off-switch, how physicians stave off stress, and searching for where lung cancer disparities persist.