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Temple University Hospital Earns ANCC Magnet Recognition

Temple University Hospital has achieved Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), considered the highest honor and form of recognition for nursing excellence. read more »

Temple Researchers Identify Long-Sought Activator of Sigma Receptors in Human Cells, Marking Important Advance in Cell Biology

Researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM), in collaboration with scientists at the University of Cambridge, show that choline, an essential nutrient that functions in metabolism, is an endogenous activator of sigma-1 receptors, marking an important advance in cell biology. read more »

Thomas Jefferson University and Temple University Enter Exclusive Negotiations

Jefferson to pursue purchase of Fox Chase Cancer Center read more »

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University Receives $100,000 Donation from Stop Alzheimer’s Now to Conduct Groundbreaking Study

The new study will test whether inhibition of a specific protein in the brain can stimulate neurogenesis. read more »

Temple Awarded 5-year, $3.47 Million NIH Grant to Investigate Evidence-Based Treatment Approach to Prevent Excessive Weight Gain in Pregnancy

Temple will work with WIC to study program focused on low-income, racial/ethnic minorities. read more »

Temple Plays Leading Role in FDA Approval of a New Minimally Invasive Endobronchial Treatment for Severe Emphysema

Study is the second this year to lead to FDA approval of a minimally invasive treatment for emphysema. read more »

Temple-Led Research Team Traces Pathway to Cardioprotection in Post-Ischemic Heart Failure

A Temple-led research team shows for the first time that blocking GRK2 localization to mitochondria protects heart cells from ischemic injury and death, casting new light on GRK2 as a potential therapeutic target in post-injury heart failure. read more »

Temple Scientists Identify Novel Target for Neuron Regeneration and Functional Recovery in Spinal Cord Injury

The discovery of proteins that serve a central role in neuron regeneration is key to the development of drug therapies that have the potential to help patients regain function in their limbs after spinal cord injury. read more »

Dr. Lisa Rae Appointed Director of the Temple Burn Center

Lisa Rae, MD, FACS, has been appointed Director of the Temple Burn Center and Associate Professor of Surgery at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. read more »

Temple's Dr. Amy Goldberg and Scott Charles Nominated for 2019 Greater Philadelphia Innovation Awards

Amy J. Goldberg, MD, FACS and Scott Charles have been nominated for the 2019 Greater Philadelphia Innovation Awards - Innovation in Human Services. read more »