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Temple’s Dr. Arthur Feldman Recognized with American College of Cardiology Top Honor

Feldman to be presented with Distinguished Scientist Award-Basic Domain at ACC’s 68th Annual Scientific Session read more »

Temple Receives University City Science Center Award to Advance the Development of a Blood Test for the Evaluation of Traumatic Brain Injury

A total of $700,000 awarded to researchers at Temple, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania and University of Delaware to Accelerate Technology Commercialization. read more »

Temple Heart and Vascular Institute Receives Grants to Join National Organization Focused on Improving the Lives of Women with Heart Disease

The NHA is comprised of a network of hospitals committed to advancing women’s heart health and seeks to ensure that women in all communities who are living with heart disease have access to information, education and patient support services. read more »

Temple Joins Pivotal Clinical Trial Testing Minimally Invasive Approach to Carbon Dioxide Removal for Patients Experiencing Acute COPD Exacerbations

Temple University Hospital has joined a pivotal clinical trial testing an investigational medical device developed for patients with COPD. read more »

Temple Researchers Show Synthetic Flaxseed-Derived Antioxidant Improves Heart Function in Mice with Sepsis, Alleviating Cardiac Complications

In a new study, scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University are the first to show that a novel synthetic compound derived from flaxseed can reverse cardiovascular dysfunction and improve heart function in mice with sepsis. read more »

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 »