Launch of Aurora Research Institute Journal made possible through the generosity of donors

Aurora Research Journal CoverThe first issue of Aurora Research Institute’s own peer-reviewed Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews (JPCRR) is now available.

This Journal is focused on scholarly works devoted to improving patient care and showcases medical advancements that substantially improve human health and well-being.

A quarterly publication, JPCRR features peer-reviewed original research and reviews for a multidisciplinary audience. This first issue includes original research, systematic reviews, narrative reviews, editorials and essays.

Libby Temkin honors her daughter, Robyn, through the creation of the Robyn Temkin Memorial Fund. Robyn Temkin lost her battle to malignant melanoma at the young age of 22. But her spirit to fight this disease lives on today.

Libby Temkin honors her daughter,
Robyn, through the creation of the
Robyn Temkin Memorial Fund. Robyn Temkin lost her battle to malignant melanoma at the young age of 22.
But her spirit to fight this disease lives on today.

The launch of Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews was made possible through the generosity of the Robyn Temkin Memorial Fund, which provides new hope to those facing melanoma. The fund also created the Robyn Temkin Memorial Garden at Aurora Sinai Medical Center, and supports melanoma cancer research led by Marty Oaks, PhD, at the Aurora Research Institute.

Thanks to donor support through Aurora Health Care Foundation, Aurora Health Care is able to share and promote cutting-edge, life-saving research.


To learn more about how you can support innovative medical research at Aurora Research Institute or this new scientific journal, please contact Jim Thompson at 414-219-4764 or James.Thompson@aurora.org.

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