BU Medical Campus Investigators, graduate students and faculty members are invited to…
BU’s CTSI directed by David Center, MD has received a four-year, $23,487,980 renewal from the NIH.
Commenting on a recent study in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology, BUSM’s Elizabeth Pearce, MD, remarks that current reliance on dietary iodine nutrition “is not working.”
Haiwei Lian, MD, a postdoctoral associate at BUSM’s Feng Lab, was awarded a $330,000 grant from St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
Former NFL Players Who Started to Play Tackle Football Before Age 12 May Experience Altered Brain Development
New insight into the evolution of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) may have been discovered by BUSM researchers.
There is emerging evidence that suggests the importance of the liver in sepsis patients who are at risk of developing subsequent pneumonia. This is the first report directly demonstrating a link between a key mediator produced by the liver and how the body responds to an infection.
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 2, behavioral medicine services for students will be available on the Medical Campus.
Novel Prognostic Marker and Potential Therapeutic Target for Triple Negative Breast Cancer Identified
A new biomarker for an aggressive subtype of breast cancer has been identified, which may also be a potential therapeutic target.
It’s a symbol of their chosen profession. On August 3, 180 first-year medical students entering BUSM received their white coats, marking the beginning of their journey to become a physician.
A new imaging tool developed by BUSM’s Narayanan “Bobby” Kasthuri, MD, an assistant professor in the department of anatomy and neurobiology, could do for the brain what the telescope did for space exploration.