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Thomas Jefferson University, with support from the Kormans, have created the new Jane and Leonard Korman Lung Center. The partnership focuses its efforts towards understanding lung disease by means of innovative research and expanded clinical programs to provide outstanding care and results for patients.
2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $142,569,000
2018 NIH Funding: $64,919,393
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.
Thomas Jefferson received $5 million to advance research and programs in integrative medicine thanks to a $2.5 million gift from real estate developer Ron Caplan and a $2.5 million matching gift from the Sidney Kimmel Foundation.
Thomas Jefferson University received $4.8 million in 2018 to support development of vaccine candidates for Filovirus and Lassa Fever
Demonstrate Your Research Products at this Philadelphia Event
Last year's event attracted a total of 127 attendees of which 51 were professors, post docs and purchasing agents. Of the total attendees 30 were lab managers. The remaining attendees were research associates and postgraduate students. Attendees came from 14 different buildings and 25 different departments.
We invite you to join us and numerous researchers at our 2018 Thomas Jefferson BioResearch Product Faire™ event.