What's New at Jeff
How Our Rams Roll
Twice defending the buzzer to win a championship in overtime—that's how our Rams roll!
Spring Forward (And Don’t Fall Back into Bed)
Spring is almost here and daylight savings time is just around the corner! The good news: an hour more daylight per day. The bad news: an hour less of sleep on Sunday, March 10, which could affect your circadian rhythm for days—even weeks—afterward.
Jefferson Competes in "STAT Madness"
For the first time, Jefferson will be competing in STAT Madness, an annual competition highlighting top biomedical research nationally.
Installation of Persis Rice
On Valentine’s Day, we celebrated the installation of Persis Rice as the Lynne R. Honickman Director of Jefferson Signature Services.
Fashion Design Students Take NYFW
Meet Allegra Pronesti and Vanessa Fath, two Jefferson fashion design students who were selected to showcase their work at New York Fashion Week this month.
Eat to Your Heart’s Content (and Health) on Valentine’s Day
A romantic “couples cooking” night in the kitchen with a glass of wine is the perfect way to celebrate a heart healthy Valentine’s Day.
In honor of Heart Awareness Month this February, we've compiled some facts and figures about heart health.
Alumni Weekend 2018
On the weekend of October 19–20, 2018, alumni descended on Jefferson’s campus for a weekend of reminiscing and refreshment.
Alumni Profile: Nicholas J. Ruggiero, II, MD '01
Nicholas J. Ruggiero, II, MD ’01, has been fraternizing with Jefferson alumni since he was a child growing up in West Pittston, Pennsylvania. His father, Nicholas J. Ruggiero, MD ’66, hosted the annual Wyoming Valley Alumni dinners in Wilkes-Barre.
Jefferson Researcher Explores Cell Death Controls and Effects
Emad S. Alnemri’s breakthrough work may yield a powerful new way to kill cancer.
The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.