Faculty, staff, students, family and friends honor Tom Moore, MD, for his 17 years of service to Boston University.
Findings show reasons for using a gun for suicide differed among men and women according to their age.
The award fosters the development of the next generation of medical researchers.
The exercise will test BU’s emergency response plans.
The list, now in its 15th year, recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals.
Leighanne Ormston placed third in the 2018 Ruth and William Silen, MD, Award for the Microbiology, Immunology, Genetics, or Molecular Biology Category for her poster presentation.
Researchers, clinicians discuss lowering barriers to care.
Nina Gummadi aims to characterize mental health issues, as well as barriers to mental health care, in orphaned or abandoned children in India.
Sex and Race Disparities in Cardiovascular Health Could be Reduced Through Higher Referral Rates of Cardiac Rehabilitation
Researchers discovered that women and minorities are less likely to receive cardiac rehabilitation referrals compared to white males.
Faculty, alumni, staff and friends gathered to raise money for student scholarships and to recognize the 45-year career of Robert Witzburg, MD, at Black Ties for White Coats, a first-of-its-kind event for the medical school.