Office of Institutional Advancement

What's New at Jeff

Knitted Knockers

  • Population Health: A Lens on the Market
    David Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean of the Jefferson College of Population Health, provides his thoughts on the current state of the science and best practices prevailing in population health management

  • Jefferson Book Club: Read What the Leaders of Jeff are Reading
    Looking for a good book? Here are some top picks from Stephen K. Klasko, MD, MBA, president and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and Stephen Spinelli, Jr., PhD, chancellor of Thomas Jefferson University.

  • Fixing Hearts
    What were once life-threatening and life-altering heart conditions are now easily treatable, thanks to the latest advances in heart surgery.

  • Education Must Prepare Students for Automated Future
    According to Stephen Spinelli, Jr., PhD, co-founder of Jiffy Lube and chancellor of Thomas Jefferson University, technology is transforming virtually every job in every industry, and nearly one million Americans will see their occupations vanish entirely by 2026.

  • Jefferson Surgery Center Opens in Cherry Hill
    A new state-of-the-art $17 million Jefferson Surgery Center has opened in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

  • Jefferson Joins Partnership for Telehealth Services
    Jefferson Health has joined with two other healthcare organizations to test new virtual care models in telehealth.

  • The Award Goes To…
    The Philadelphia Eagles had to fight throughout the 2016–17 season for their Vince Lombardi Trophy. Robert Pugliese, director of the Health Design Lab at Thomas Jefferson University, just had to print his.

  • Hospitalists Help Heal
    Paula L. Stillman, MD, MBA, found out firsthand how beneficial the care of a hospitalist—a doctor who only takes care of patients in the hospital—can be when her husband recently was admitted to Jefferson University Hospital.

  • Jeff Burn Center Helps Accident Victim Get Back on His Feet
    A workplace accident changed Nick Kisarewich's life in just a few seconds. A construction worker, he accidentally dumped hot asphalt on himself in October, burying himself in the burning material up to his waist.

  • This Valentine's Day Tend to Affairs of the Heart
    Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States, so when celebrating Valentine's Day this year, remember to love your heart by taking care of it!


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SKMC Bulletin

The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. 



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Thomas Jefferson University Colleges' Review

The Review is published twice a year for alumni of Jefferson Colleges of Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Population Health.