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Bulletin

  • Medical School 2.0
    When Deborah Ziring, MD, attended medical school in the 1980s, she sat in large lecture halls day in and day out while professors at the head of the class spewed information in steady streams.
    07/31/18

  • Home at Last
    One of the first things I did when I arrived at Jefferson in 2014 was ask to see the alumni center. People looked at me, scratched their heads, and then told me, “There is no alumni center.” Since alumni are the heart of any academic institution, that came as a surprise. But I was undaunted because at Jefferson, we reimagine things: We reimagine health, education, and discovery.
    07/31/18

  • Findings: New Look at Eye’s Immune Status
    “I love to challenge dogma,” says A. Sue Menko, PhD, who has a knack for doing so.
    07/31/18

  • The Dean's Column: Building a Community of Scholars
    When I arrived at Jefferson a decade ago, the concept of a Jefferson Humanities Forum was already percolating in my mind.
    07/31/18

  • Caring for the Most Vulnerable a “Moral, Ethical, Medical Responsibility”
    Standing outside the exam room door, Blima Ludmir warns her husband, Jack Ludmir, MD, that the patient inside is skittish and shy. She quickly relays the young woman’s story: She arrived from Honduras just four weeks ago, somehow making it across the border into the United States with her five-year-old daughter.
    07/31/18

  • Exposure
    Michael Weinstein, MD ’94, had a plan to take his own life. Now he is back to living it
    07/31/18

  • July is Time to Learn About Cleft and Craniofacial Anomalies
    July is National Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month, a time to improve understanding of orofacial conditions of the head and face, including clefts of the lip and palate.
    07/23/18

  • Jefferson Doctors Take a Novel Approach to Operating
    Two Sidney Kimmel Medical College physicians and educators have written the book on general surgery. Literally.
    07/23/18

  • Ink is Okay – Patients Don’t Mind Tattooed Docs
    A recent study shows that patients don’t care whether doctors have tattoos, and do not perceive physicians with tattoos as any less professional.
    07/23/18

  • The “Selfie Generation” Generates Business for Plastic Surgeons
    Those glamour shots taken by an outstretched arm and tap of the iPhone camera are driving up inquiries into plastic surgery.
    07/23/18


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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.