Corresponding author Scott Hayes, PhD, assistant professor of Psychiatry, explains the significance of small changes in physical activity.
Author: Lisa Brown
The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) recognizes ophthalmologists who have a shown a dedication to advocacy work at the state or federal level.
The book focuses on the role of lipids, or fatty molecules, in the misfolding of a variety of proteins, ranging from the small amylin and amyloid-β proteins in Alzheimers disease to the large apolipoprotein B associated with atherosclerosis and heart disease.
Learn how to safely and effectively participate in global health rotations and projects.
The existing print center will remain open for business through Nov. 30. The new print center location will be open for business on Dec. 2. Both print centers will be closed on Dec. 1.
Students, faculty and staff join the emmy-winning filmmaker as he discusses the ethics surrounding data-driven health care.
Traumatic brain injury and PTSD were some of the issues covered by BUSM’s Anna Hohler, MD, FAAN.
Corresponding author Olga Gursky, PhD, professor of Physiology and Biophysics, explains this may ultimately lead to the development of therapeutic targets for one of these diseases
BUMC faculty and staff are invited to a free wellness workshop.
Caroline M. Apovian, MD, was named vice president of The Obesity Society…