What's New at Jeff
2018 Pancreatic Cancer & Related Diseases Patient Symposium
Our 13th annual symposium was filled with fascinating scientific presentations, inspiring stories, and thoughtful discussions.
Grandmother Pays It Forward for Granddaughter
An Atlanta grandmother is part of a chain of caring. She has donated her kidney to a stranger in return for a voucher that would potentially give her granddaughter an organ years down the line.
Inaugural Care to Cure Event
The inaugural Care to Cure event raised awareness about Parkinson’s disease as well as more than $510,000 to help fund a state-of-the-art rehabilitation center at the Vickie and Jack Farber Institute for Neuroscience at Jefferson.
Jefferson Receives Hearst Foundation Grant for New Nursing Program
The William Randolph Hearst Foundation granted $150,000 to the Institute of Emerging Health Professions (IEHP) to support the launch of a certified nursing assistant program within the Stephen Korman Center for Community Engagement.
Some people knit baby blankets and booties and sweaters and scarves. Others, like Anita Strainick, knit “knockers.”
Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness
Pulmonary fibrosis (PF), essentially scarring of the lungs, affects millions of people worldwide and is a major source of distress.
Video Conferencing Connects Doctors With Families During Heart Surgery
From long-distance family reunions to business deals, video conferencing is used widely in all walks of life.
Are Detox Teas Safe?
Detox teas have become a hot commodity, peddled by celebrities and raved about by family and friends on social media.
Gastroparesis is a condition that occurs when the stomach takes too long to empty food.
Alumni Profile: Drawing on Many Mikes
There’s something whimsical about the doodles Mike Natter, MD ’17, posts on Instagram, a popular photo and video-sharing social network. It’s not that they aren’t serious.
The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.