News & Announcements

Temple's Larry Kaiser, MD, FACS, Part of Select Group of Health Care Leaders Invited to White House for Kickoff of Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network

Larry R. Kaiser, MD, FACS, President and Chief Executive Officer of Temple University Health System, Dean of Temple University School of Medicine, and Senior Executive Vice President for Health Sciences at Temple University, was invited to the White House to be part of a select group of health care leaders taking part in President Barack Obama's kickoff of the Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network.  read more »

Philadelphia Flyers Wives Donate $400,000 to Fund Women's Cancer Center at Fox Chase Cancer Center

Fox Chase Cancer Center is happy to announce that the Philadelphia Flyers Wives are donating $400,000 to its Women's Cancer Center.  read more »

"Match Day" Madness at Temple University School of Medicine

Match Day is the day when all fourth-year medical students in the United States simultaneously open a sealed envelope and find out what hospital they "matched" with for their residencies.  read more »

Researchers Describe New Approach to Promote Regeneration of Heart Tissue

A team of researchers from Penn and Temple have now shown that a subset of RNA molecules, called microRNAs, is important for cardiomyocyte cell proliferation during development and is sufficient to induce proliferation in cardiomyocytes in the adult heart. The findings appear in Science Translational Medicine this week.  read more »

Temple University School of Medicine Ranked Among Top Medical Schools in the Nation by U.S. News & World Report

Temple University School of Medicine once again ranks as one of the top research-oriented medical schools in the nation on the 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools list.  read more »

Common Antidepressant May Hold the Key to Heart Failure Reversal

A team led by researchers at Temple University School of Medicine found that a commonly prescribed antidepressant restored heart function in mice with heart failure, a finding that could lead to clinical trials for a disease long considered irreversible.  read more »

Nirag Jhala, MD, Appointed Director of Anatomic Pathology and Director of Cytopathology at Temple University Hospital

Nirag C. Jhala, MD, has been appointed Director of Anatomic Pathology & Director of Cytopathology at Temple University Hospital, and Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine.  read more »

Temple Researchers Receive $7.4 Million Grant to Explore Brain Impairment in HIV-1 Patients

Research will examine how HIV-1 and cocaine interaction worsens brain function.  read more »

Temple University Hospital Offers New Vibrating Capsule for Treatment of Chronic Constipation

Temple University Hospital is the only hospital in the Philadelphia region participating in a nationwide clinical trial to test an innovative, vibrating capsule for patients with chronic constipation.  read more »

Temple University Hospital Offering Enhanced Surgical Device for the Treatment of Serious Stomach Disorder

Temple University Hospital recently became the first hospital in the Philadelphia region to offer the Medtronic Enterra┬« II System, the latest version of a gastric electrical stimulation therapy used for the treatment of chronic intractable (drug-refractory) nausea and vomiting associated with gastroparesis.  read more »

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