Getting ready to connect with researchers at Jefferson University?
A great place to meet them is at the upcoming BioResearch Product Faire Event being held this May right on campus.
BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at
Thomas Jefferson University
May 11, 2018
Life Science R & D Expenditures: 96th Ranked: $122,396,000.
Thomas Jefferson University recently established the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health. Funded in part by $25 million in donations from Bernie Marcus, this institute will facilitate research, education, and clinical care in the integrative medicine program.The Sidney Kimmel Foundation awarded Thomas Jefferson University Medical College $110 million to maintain and advance the medical school's high research and quality of care standards.
"Biotech Calendar consistently delivers great events which provide the quality leads we need to keep our business growing." - M. F., Exhibitor, Thomas Jefferson University BCI event
Jefferson University - also know as Thomas Jefferson University, with support from the Kormans, have created the new Jane and Leonard Korman Lung Center. The partnership focuses its efforts toward understanding lung disease by means of innovative research and expanded clinical programs to provide outstanding care and results for patients.
Last year's event attracted a total of 169 attendees, of which 66 were professors, post docs and purchasing agents. Of the total attendees 5 were lab managers. The balance were research associates and postgraduate students. Attendees came from 14 different buildings and 25 different departments.
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Below is a list of the most active research projects approached by researchers on this campus.
|TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN CANCER|
|ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIVALENT VACCINE CANDIDATE FOR FILOVIRUS AND LASSA FEVER|
|PRECLINICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A MULTIVALENT KILLED FILOVIRUS/RABIES VACCINE|
|CONTRAST-ENHANCED ULTRASOUND EVALUATION OF FOCAL LIVER LESIONS IN PATIENTS WITH CIRRHOSIS OR OTHER RISK FACTORS FOR DEVELOPING HCC|
|CCHS-JNMC GLOBAL NETWORK FOR WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S HEALTH RESEARCH UNIT|
|THE ROLE OF THE DE-CONDENSED STRUCTURE OF NASCENT CHROMATIN DURING T CELL DIFFERENTIATION|
|DYNAMIN-RELATED PROTEIN DRP1 REGULATES CARDIAC EXCITATION-CONTRACTION-BIOENERGETICS COUPLING|
|OPTIMIZING ULTRASOUND ENHANCED DELIVERY OF THERAPEUTICS|
|CHARACTERIZATION OF BETA-ARRESTIN-BIASED BETA 2-ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR SIGNALING IN CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION|
|MODELING MULTISCALE CONTROL OF LIVER REGENERATION|
|ETHANOL EFFECTS ON THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORY NETWORK IN LIVER REGENERATION|
|MULTISCALE MODEL OF THE VAGAL OUTFLOW TO THE HEART|
|STUDY OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL-CELLULAR RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS BY FLOURESCENCE IMAGING|
|IMPROVING MEDICATION ADHERENCE IN OLDER AFRICAN AMERICANS WITH DIABETES|
|FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF COMPARTMENTALIZED CALCIUM SIGNALING IN AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE|
|DISRUPTION OF OSMOREGULATION PROMOTES DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE|
|INFLAMMATORY MONOCYTES IN THE DRAINING LYMPH NODE OF ECTV INFECTED MICE|
|OPTIMIZING EP RECEPTOR SUBTYPE TARGETING FOR ASTHMA THERAPY|
We invite you to join us and meet researchers at our Jefferson BioResearch Product Faire™ event.