Her teaching formula: technology + professionalism = great doctors.
Congratulations to Deborah Vaughan on winning this year’s Metcalf Award. The Metcalf awards, presented at Commencement, date back to 1973 and are funded by a gift from the late Arthur G. B. Metcalf (SED’35, Hon.’74), a former BU professor and Board of Trustees chairman emeritus. A University committee selects winners based on nominees’ statements of teaching philosophy, supporting letters from colleagues and students, and classroom observations of the teachers.
Read more at BU Today.
Regulation of Aqueous Humour Outflow Resistance: The Roles of the Schlemm’s Canal Endothelial Cells and Trabecular Meshwork
by Chen-Yuan ‘Charlie’ Yang, Doctoral Candidate
Thursday, February 21st, 2013, 2:00 p.m.
Alan Peters Seminar Room (L-1008)
Dr. Jon Wisco has been awarded the American Association of Anatomists’ 2013 Basmajian Award. This award recognizes outstanding teaching and research. Dr. Wisco got his Ph.D. in Anatomy and Neurobiology in 2003. Congratulations, Jon!
Forebrain Abnormalities in the Ts1YEY Mouse Model of Down Syndrome
Adult Neurogenesis in the Rhesus Monkey: Environmental Enrichment, Age and Brain Region
Thursday, November 15th, 2012
Alan Peters Seminar Room
Instructional Building, L-1008
Refreshments will be served
Congratulations to Julie Stamm,who has just received news that her NRSA predoctoral grant has been funded!
The Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology is offering a course in the Methods in Neuroscience (GMS AN718, 4cr) in the Spring of 2013.
Location and time: Boston University Medical Campus, Room L-1004
3:00-5:00 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays
Class Start Date: January 28th
Class End Date: May 6th
Enrollment Limit: 15 students
This course will emphasize principles of major methods used to investigate the structure and function of the brain. Topics will range from behavioral to molecular methods of analysis. The course is designed for graduate students in Anatomy and Neurobiology, students in the Graduate Program in Neuroscience (GPN) and Undergraduate Neuroscience Majors ( Junior and Senior undergraduates who already have had a course in systems Neuroscience and/or Molecular Neurobiology and who are contemplating a career in Neuroscience research)
The Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at Boston University School of Medicine is renowned for its excellence in biomedical teaching and its rigorous research programs. The nationally recognized Vesalius Program is a one-of-a-kind degree program that creates world-class educators by applying principles of neurobiology to education.
A feature article in the Fall 2009 issue of Bostonia magazine profiles the Anatomical Gift Program at the Boston University School of Medicine. The article is accompanied by an informational video.