Research

Data analysis identifies the “mother” of all SARS-CoV-2 genomes
In the absence of “patient zero,” Temple researchers have found the first coronavirus genome.
November 4, 2020
New grant fuels Alzheimer’s research at Temple
A $3.8 million grant will support an investigation of risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease by Temple researchers.
October 7, 2020
Prevention Point
How can we best communicate public health concerns to vulnerable populations
A College of Public Health study is exploring COVID-19’s impact on individuals with substance use disorder.
September 30, 2020
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Extending the life of the qubit
Temple’s Department of Physics joins a national effort to develop revolutionary quantum computers.
The Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.
$5 million gift funds Temple University and Thomas Jefferson University stroke prevention initiative
A $5 million gift by Andréa and Ken Frazier will support the program.
Gerald M. Lemole
Alumnus donates $5 million to the Lewis Katz School of Medicine
A Katz School alumnus has established a new lymphatics research center with a gift of $5 million.
Temple University Hospital
A clinical trial of a novel immunotherapy for COVID-19 patients kicks off at Temple
Researchers at Temple University Hospital are testing a new immunotherapy for COVID-19 patients.
Sergei Pond
Evolutionary biologist: So far, COVID-19 is genomically stable
A CST researcher is carefully watching for evidence that the COVID-19 virus is mutating or adapting.
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COVID-19-related study led by Temple researcher earns nod from NIH
The international survey-based research delves deeper into taste- and smell-related symptoms.
Temple University Hospital
Temple treats first patient in the U.S. in a new clinical trial for treatment of COVID-19
Temple’s Gerard Criner is the principal investigator at Temple University Hospital for a new clinical trial evaluating a potential treatment for COVID-19 patients.
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A distributed computing project takes on COVID-19
More than 1 million participants worldwide are running computer simulations at home to find potential drugs to counteract the coronavirus.
Domenico Pratico in the lab
Temple researchers show drug therapy helps Alzheimer’s disease in mice
The research team came away with promising results in the study of a drug molecule’s effect on the brain’s ability to stave off protein buildup.
Dr. Antonio Giordano
Virtual realities: research reveals promising intervention in cancer treatment
Temple-led research shows that virtual reality can help reduce anxiety and improve mood in women undergoing chemotherapy.