Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University

Master's Programs
Scholarly Activity


Our students are required to complete a thesis as a culmination of their studies in the College of Biomedical Sciences. The thesis can be either a traditional laboratory-based project or a Capstone project. The substantial research project that is submitted shows the development of the student’s scientific approach to problem solving and critical thinking.

MS Program Thesis Schedules & Abstracts

Moday April 16, 2018
Location: Jefferson Alumni Hall Rm. M61
9 am - noon

MSCB
9:00     Ryan Bartz
9:30     Michael Lawler

MSPR
10:00    Babar Bashir*
10:30    Shane Brant**
11:00    Josh Gorsky
11:30    Scott Welden

Moday April 16, 2018
Location: Hamilton Rm. 208/209
1:30 - 3:00 pm

MSBS
1:30    Patricia Mantero
2:00    Andrea Sanchez

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Location: Jefferson Alumni Hall Rm. M61
9 am - 11:30 am

MSMI
9:00     Maria Cilento
9:30     Christina Del Casale
10:00    Dania Gulandijany
10:30    Samantha Knott
11:00    Lediona Mehmeti*

MSBS
11:30    Alethia Edwards

Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Location: Hamilton Rm. 210/211
1:00 - 4:00 pm

MSMI
1:00     Sally Nouri
1:30     Ronda Megan Munnerlyn
2:00     Lauren Springer
2:30     Kaitlyn Uhrick

MSBS
3:00     Thomas Shiels

MSMI
3:30     Joanna Bonner

*Abstracts will not be posted.
**CLOSED SESSION; Committee only