This edition of Jefferson Research offers a tantalizing peek at the array of work done at Thomas Jefferson University: from how mitochondria communicate with nearby organelles, to the use of innovative textiles to reduce a building’s energy consumption; from how “digital readiness” can improve health equity, to space travel’s effects on the immune system. It also serves as a lens on the exciting path that our university's research community will pursue over the next five years, guided by our new strategic plan for the Jefferson Research Enterprise
Tykocinski, MD, Mark L.
"Building the Research Enterprise of 2028,"
Thomas Jefferson University Research Magazine: Vol. 3:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://jdc.jefferson.edu/researchmagazine/vol3/iss1/2