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(Temple medical students attend a reception after finding out at which hospital each will be serving an internship.  Photo by Kristen Johanson)

Locally and Nationally, Budding Doctors Get Their Internship Assignments on ‘Match Day’

At Temple University, there were cries of joy mingled with a few tears of disappointment as more than 200 students learned where they will continue their medical education.

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(Temple medical school student Meredith Manire, right, with some of her students at Bethune Elementary School in North Philadelphia.  Credit: Paul Kurtz)

Temple Med Students Volunteer as Science Teachers at Nearby Public School

The first- and second-year medical students knocked on the doors of Bethume Elementary School last year after hearing that the school did not have a science teacher.


(Dr. Peter Lelkes.  Photo by Lynne Adkins)

Philadelphia Scientist Says His Soy-Based Bandages Are Better

Temple University professor Peter Lelkes thinks he has a better way of dressing serious wounds — including on the battlefield.


(Temple faculty members help new medical students into their traditional white lab coats.  Credit: Mike DeNardo)

At Philadelphia Medical Schools, Students Get Their Ceremonial White Lab Coats

The annual summer ceremony was happening Friday at Penn and Drexel and Temple universities.


(Jordan Albuck, wearing a yellow ribbon designating him a kidney recipient, gets a check-up from Dr. Crystal Gadegbeku.  Kidney donors got similar ribbons, but red, at today's event.  Credit: Michelle Durham)

Temple Hospital Holds Health Fair To Mark World Kidney Day

Dr. Crystal Gadegbeku, section chief of Temple University’s Division of Nephrology and associate professor at the medical school, says she’s thrilled for the opportunity to educate people about kidney disease and promote kidney donation.


(Temple University Hospital, in Philadelphia.)

Temple U. Opening A Medical School In Pittsburgh, Pa.

Temple is teaming up with the West Penn Allegheny Health System to establish a new, four-year medical school campus in Pittsburgh.