Associate Professor Ophthalmology and Pediatrics, and Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs, Jean Ramsey MD, MPH, recognized by the AAPOS.
Author: Lisa Brown
Read an essay by second year student Jaime Lim in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
The BUSM Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs invites all members of the BUMC/BMC community to participate in an open and candid dialog about race and violence.
Corresponding author Rhoda Au, PhD, looked at relationship between AF and brain volume measured by MRI. The study was published in Heart Rhythm.
The seven-week, full-time summer employment program that gives medical students direct experience caring for veteran patients.
Dr. Jane Mendez, surgery, is in the running as one of People’s (en Espanol) 25 Most Influential Latina Women! Your vote decides who deserves to be a part of this list.
Study by Assistant Professor of Medicine Vanessa Xanthakis, PhD, finds that nearly 60 percent of Framingham Heart Study participants have preclinical heart failure. This finding has serious implications on heart failure prevention efforts.
Recent study supports the role of direct gene delivery to the lung as a promising therapy for emphysema and other inherited diseases according to Assistant Professor of Medicine Andrew Wilson, MD.
Test may assist in the early detection of cognitive impairment and guide referral for more comprehensive evaluation, according to corresponding author Robert Stern, PhD, Director of the Clinical Core of the BU ADC
Associate Professors of Pediatrics Arvin Garg, MD, MPH, and Renée Boynton-Jarrett, MD, ScD, co-author an opinion piece on the potential harms of screening for social determinants of health, and propose five key principles that practitioners can use to maximize the benefit and minimize the unintended consequences of such screening.