What's New at Jeff
$2.5 million gift from Nicoletti Family for new Kidney Transplant Center
Intermountain Healthcare Awarded the 2017 $100,000 Hearst Health Prize in Partnership With the Jefferson College of Population Health
Hearst Health and the Jefferson College of Population Health announced that Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare is the winner of the 2017 Hearst Health Prize. The Hearst Health Prize is an annual $100,000 award given in recognition of an organization’s or individual’s outstanding achievement in managing or improving health in the U.S.
A Special Reunion
Dr. Robert Rosenwasser reunites with young patient, Alexandra “Lexi” Tirpak, 10 years after saving her life.
Jefferson Receives $1.5 Million from Six Organizations to Support Cannabis Research & Education
The Lambert Center for the Study of Medicinal Cannabis and Hemp at Thomas Jefferson University has received a combined $1.5 million in new philanthropic commitments from six Pennsylvania organizations.
Jefferson Receives $1 Million from Jamie Maguire and the Maguire Foundation
Jamie Maguire, chairman of Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY), and the Maguire Foundation, have generously funded a new orthopaedics professorship at Thomas Jefferson University.
Our Transformed University
Our vision is to be a comprehensive university with preeminence in transdisciplinary, experiential professional education, research, and discovery, delivering exceptional value for 21st-century students with excellence in architecture, business, design, fashion, engineering, health, science and textiles, infused with the liberal arts.
Steven H. Korman Funds New Community Engagement Center
Thomas Jefferson University is proud to announce a $2 million gift from Steven H. Korman to fund the creation of the Steven H. Korman Center for Community Engagement.
Dominic & Michele Frederico Building
May 25th marked the dedication of Dominic and Michele Frederico Building—home to the Jefferson Accelerator Zone (JAZ)—and cemented its place as “command central” for innovation and entrepreneurship at Jefferson. Increasingly, our students and faculty are “start-up natives.”
Investiture of Daniel A. Monti, MD, MBA
May 31, 2016 was a celebration of Daniel A. Monti, MD, MBA’s dedication, skill and accomplishments as he was formally recognized as the inaugural Ellen and Ron Caplan Director of the Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine.
Investiture of Piera Pasinelli, PhD
Piera Pasinelli, PhD has been named the first holder of the Frances and Joseph Weinberg Professorship in Neuroscience.
Phillie Phanatic Visits New Moms at Jefferson
The Phanatic visited in celebration of National Nurses Week & Mother's Day.
Jefferson Receives $20 Million Farber Gift
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health announced today a transformational $20 million gift from Vickie and Jack Farber to strengthen the neuroscience institute that bears their name.
Edith Mitchell, M.D. Named Member of Blue Ribbon Panel
Dr. Mitchell was appointed one of 28 cancer experts that will provide input on Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Initiative.
Dedicating the Strauss Lobby
A generous gift by Kimberly Strauss in honor of her father, Robert P. Strauss, will support new stem cell center.
Ellen & Ron Caplan Endow Directorship
The endowment behind the Ellen and Ron Caplan Directorship will be critical in advancing new research and education in integrative health.
SKCC Pioneers & Heroes
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center releases its Pioneers and Heroes report.
Jefferson President & CEO Profiled by NY Times
Dr. Stephen Klasko: Where Einstein, Jobs and Yoda Join Strategy Sessions
Saving Eyes, Saving Vision
A neurosurgeon and an oncologist join forces to treat a childhood eye cancer.
Jefferson Receives $14 Million Grant from the Marcus Foundation to Support Integrative Medicine
Grant establishes Marcus Integrative Health at the Myrna Brind Center – Villanova.
Jefferson's World of Discovery
Read Jefferson's "World of Discovery" enterprise report.
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