This course prepares people for safe, effective and culturally sensitive global health learning experiences and projects.
Correction of Genetic Mutation in Stem Cells Offers Directions for Treatment of Lung Diseases in Children
The findings will make it easier to study lung diseases like neonatal respiratory distress and COPD.
A retired colonel, the professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology served as a military physician, flight surgeon and medical group commander, and has extensive experience in pre- and post-deployment medicine.
Twenty-six BUSM students participated in the 27th Annual Rodman Ride for Kids and raised more than $10K!
The new research offers a possible mechanism for distinguishing CTE from other diseases.
Julie Palmer, ScD, is the recipient of the 2017 American Association for Cancer Research Distinguished Lecture on the Science of Cancer Health Disparities funded by Susan G. Komen®.
Annaliese Ionson was recently appointed to serve a three-year term on the Annual Program Committee of the Obesity Society.
Join the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of the AAMC for a special discussion on inclusion in academic medicine.
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The grant will fund research on early diagnostics, genetic risk factors and interventions.