What's New at Jeff
Intermountain Healthcare Awarded the 2017 $100,000 Hearst Health Prize in Partnership With the Jefferson College of Population Health
Hearst Health, a division of Hearst, and the Jefferson College of Population Health of Thomas Jefferson University, today announced that Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare is the winner of the 2017 Hearst Health Prize.
1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health Opens in Johnstown
A ceremonial ribbon cutting on March 21, 2017 officially opened the 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health. The Center will identify, quantify and develop strategies for improving the health of the people in Cambria and Somerset Counties.
9th Annual Scholarship Appreciation Dinner
On March 16, Jefferson thanked donors and honored students at the 9th Annual Scholarship Appreciation Dinner at Jefferson.
A Conversation with John C. Bogle
“Jack” Bogle, the innovative founder of Vanguard, was joined by Drs. Rohinton Morris and Louis Samuels, and Dr. Stephen Klasko, Jefferson’s president and CEO, in celebration of the reactivation of heart transplantation at Jefferson and the 21st anniversary of Mr. Bogle’s heart transplant.
Jefferson Salutes Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Vision
The University’s faculty and students were joined by civil rights icon Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian for the 2nd Annual Jefferson Salutes Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Vision.
Reboot Your Health, Live Your Best Life
Friends and supporters of Jefferson gathered at the The Brazilian Court for Reboot Your Health, Live Your Best Life, a presentation by Dr. Daniel Monti, Senior Vice President and Director of the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health.
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.
A Special Reunion
Shortly after Alexandra “Lexi” Tirpak was born, she was placed in the neonatal intensive care unit for what doctors thought was a mild breathing issue and a common case of jaundice.
Jefferson Receives $2.5 Million from the Robert V. Nicoletti Family Trust for New Kidney Transplant Center
The festivities celebrating the ribbon-cutting and dedication of the Nicoletti Kidney Transplant Center were a celebration, not only of the Nicoletti family, but also of many benefactors who were inspired by their incredible generosity.
Jefferson Receives $3 Million from Barry and Joy Lambert to Support Research in Medicinal Cannabis & Hemp
Jefferson celebrated the renaming of its Center of Cannabis Research and Education (CMCER) to the Lambert Center for the Study of Medicinal Cannabis and Hemp in honor of the visionary philanthropy of Australian couple Barry and Joy Lambert.
The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.