More than 100 campus students, faculty, staff, residents participated in “Today’s America: Where Are We Heading?”
Author: Lisa Brown
Congratulations to the PA Class of 2017! The second class of the Physician Assistant Program graduated on Thursday, Aug. 17.
The August mixer was held for students with a common goal of serving underrepresented minorities in medicine and underserved populations.
The 10-week program, now in its fourth year, received more 600 applications for a class of 19 students.
New Summer Program in Neuroscience (SPIN) integrates research, hands-on neuroanatomy, and neurosurgery for high-achieving undergraduates.
Researchers have identified three gene variants that contribute to the risk of developing Late Onset Alzheimer’s Disease (LOAD).
The 169th entering class of 173 first-year medical students received their white coats Wednesday, marking the first step on their journey to becoming physicians.
The goal is to increase diversity of health care professionals across the city.
Students urged to embrace roles as “teachers and discoverers.”
Rev. Cook, assistant director for the Thurman Center at Boston University, met with BUSM Associate Dean for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs Rafael Ortega, MD, to continue exploring areas of potential collaboration