First-year medical students each received a stethoscope along with a copy of Atul Gawande’s book, “Being Mortal,” on medical equipment day.
Author: Lisa Brown
Armed with $12 million, researchers aim for early detection of lung cancer.
Assistant professor of psychiatry and medical director of BMC’s Psychiatric Emergency Service, and medical director of BMC’s Boston and Cambridge/Somerville Community Crisis Stabilization programs, died friday from colon cancer.
Five BUSM/BMC clinicians received awards for their leadership, patient care and innovative perspectives.
Associate Professor of Family Medicine Robert Saper, MD, discussed the importance of integrated medicine and how it could impact the future of health care.
Congratulations to the officers who were recognized and thank you to all members of the Department for your hard work and dedication. Watch the video!
A three-year, $446K grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will be used to explore different approaches to capturing health data using mobile devices such as smartphones.
This course prepares people for safe, effective and culturally sensitive global health learning experiences and projects.
Twenty-six BUSM students participated in the 27th Annual Rodman Ride for Kids and raised more than $10K!
The new research offers a possible mechanism for distinguishing CTE from other diseases.