Category: General News

GMS PhD Distinguished Alumni Honored

On September 14th, Graduate Medical Sciences held their inaugural Distinguished PhD Alumni Award Event. Faculty, doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and alumni enjoyed networking with one another as well as witnessing the presentation of the award to the two recipients, Dr. Erika Ebbel Angle ’12 and Dr. Steven Perrin ‘95. “It was a great to get […]

BUMC ART DAYS April 3rd & April 4th

When: Monday, April 3rd and Tuesday, April 4th Where: Hiebert Lounge, Boston University School of Medicine All students, faculty and staff from all BUMC schools are encouraged to submit artwork of any medium to the TWENTY-SEVENTH annual Boston University Medical Campus gallery for the arts, sponsored by the Provost’s Office. “Art Days” was begun by […]

Congratulations to Jarred Mondoñedo, MD/PhD

Congratulations to Jarred Mondoñedo, MD/PhD on his first-author publication in PLOS Computational Biology, Predicting Structure-Function Relations and Survival following Surgical and Bronchoscopic Lung Volume Reduction Treatment of Emphysema. Boston University researchers Béla Suki (left) and Jarred Mondoñedo have developed a computer model of emphysema that could help predict patient survival and quality of life following treatment. Photo […]

GMS Commencement 2017

The 2017 GMS Masters Commencement ceremony will take place on Friday, May 19th at 9AM in the Track & Tennis Center and the MD & Ph.D Commencement ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 18th at 2pm in Agganis Arena. Detailed Commencement information may be found here.

Crime Prevention and Campus Safety Notice

This weekend marks the end of Daylight Savings Time for 2016 resulting in fewer hours of daylight. At this time each year the Public Safety Department reminds the BU Medical Campus (BUMC) and Boston Medical Center (BMC) community about safety awareness. It’s important to recognize that personal safety and security are the shared responsibility of […]

Bike Racks Installed at Conte (K) Building

Two racks able to accommodate 16-20 bikes were added in front of the Conte Building (K) at 71 E. Concord St. next to the structure that supports the bridge from the Instructional Building (L) Annex. Cyclists may request direct access into the Conte building for six months at the TranSComm Office.    If you have any […]