Congratulations to Nadeem Abou-Arraj, Veronica A. Faller, Robert McInnis and Priya I. Shankar!
The conference was attended by 200 students and residents, health researchers from the United Nations, and live-streamed by over 19,000 people from 37 different countries.
The fourth year student was recognized for her exceptional talent and academic accomplishments.
Museum visitors spoke with students, clinicians and researchers who are at the cutting edge of brain science.
Hosted by the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, approximately 30 faculty attended the event.
Sondra Crosby, MD, has been honored by her physician peers of the Suffolk District Medical Society.
A new study has found a way to potentially “silence” Ebola virus-infected macrophages.
5/1 Provost Workshop: Optimal Structure for Biomedical Research at Academic Medical Centers and Integration with Their Universities
Duke University Provost Sally Kornbluth, PhD, will discuss the history, evolution, integration and innovation of biomedical science departments at academic medical centers.
The award recognizes medical students who are involved in public health issues in their community as well as those that work to increase awareness of public health service.
The Massachusetts Medical Society award recognizes the development of an information technology tool that helps physicians practice medicine, teach medicine, or pursue clinical research.