The Inquirer, a Philadelphia based newspaper, interviews faculty and students from both Thomas Jefferson University campuses about the new merge, including the topic of interdisciplinary collaboration among students. Students describe how working together on the same playing field creates more opportunities and success for today's progressive, cutting-edge technology. (Article cites JeffSolves MedTECH 2017 ALAFLEX project).
Medicine + Design portfolio collection of cross-discplinary projects developed by Sidney Kimmel Medical College and Philadelphia University students. Come visit the medical design space at Vault on 925 Chestnut Street!
Thomas Jefferson University and 10XBeta worked closely to design a fully-customized immersion program on medical technology and product development to take students through the full development cycle—from conceptualization, to validation, through prototyping, and onto seeking capital investment. These innovation sessions were facilitated by 10XBeta team members and leading expert contributors, with the ultimate goal set for the students to turn project concepts into functional prototypes that could be tested and validated within the Jefferson medical ecosystem.
Rowan, a tiny boy with huge dreams, ventures across the Pacific to Japan. Always on the lookout for adventure and mischief, he doesn't realize his cat, Komame, has gone missing in the process. Will he ever find his friend again? Why did Komame leave? While searching for his lost pal, Rowan battles culture shock along the way, and learns that friendship is a two-way sort of thing. (Written for Temple University Japan 2012 study abroad WordPress).