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Research Administration
Training, Events, and Workshops

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Innovation
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Research Accounting Services
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Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
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IACUC 
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Blackstone LaunchPad
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Dr. Michele Mascci

New Landscape for Temple Research
Michele Masucci named Vice President for Research Administration

Temple President Neil D. Theobald has appointed Michele Masucci to the new role of vice president for research administration. The appointment was affirmed by Temple’s Board of Trustees at their July 14 meeting. Read More
 


Temple Venture

Technology Sparks Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Temple Ventures - Powered by Ben Franklin

Temple University and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania are creating a new joint initiative to spark technological innovation and entrepreneurship in Greater Philadelphia. Learn More


Bio Conference

Bio Conference Showcasing TU Technologies
PA BIO 2015

The conference, billed as the world’s largest biotechnology gathering, focuses on biomedical research and technology, a key strength for Temple and the region, which is home to 80 percent of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry. Read More

 


Researchers

Temple in Top 100 of NSF's Research Rankings
Reflecting the continuing growth of the university's research enterprise

Temple has moved into the top 100 for research expenditures, according to the latest rankings from the National Science Foundation. Read More

 


Researchers

Brain Receptor Cell Could Be New Target for Alzheimer's
Temple Professor Domenico Praticὸ

Temple Professor Domenico Praticὸ and his colleagues discovered that free radicals bind to a protein receptor in the brain and transmit signals to increase the production of amyloid beta or phosphorylated tau, the two major Alzheimer’s pathologies. Read More
 


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