Trustee Gives $10 Million to Redirect Fight against Prostate Cancer

April 21st, 2016 in Featured, Research.

Shipley Foundation gift will fund research in personalized medicine Each year, more than 100,000 men diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States undergo a prostatectomy, a surgical procedure that leaves most of them unable to function sexually and many of them incontinent. The majority would live just as long with no treatment at all. It’s “Dark... More

Earth Day Festival and Puppies on Talbot Green

April 14th, 2016 in Featured.

Talbot Green was the place to be on Thursday, April 14! The North Shore Animal League of America's puppy van, along with Boston Medical Center's Healing Paws therapy dogs helped spread some puppy cheer to faculty, students and staff on the Medical Campus. BUMC's Earth Day Festival also set the scene for a fun and interactive day... More

BU/VA Thank Veterans on Anniversary of Gulf War

April 13th, 2016 in Uncategorized.

n April 6, 1991, Iraq accepted the provisions of United National Security Council Resolution 687, thus ending the Gulf War. On April 9, 2016, Boston University joined with the VA Boston Healthcare System to host an event to thank those who served. Dr. Terence Keane, Associate Chief of Staff, Research and Development at the VA Boston... More

New BU Profiles Mentoring Feature

April 13th, 2016 in Announcements, Featured.

Do you consider yourself to be a Mentor, or are you looking for a Mentor in a particular area? BU Profiles has a NEW Mentoring Section which: Is highly visible and showcases faculty mentoring expertise. Makes it easy for students, trainees and faculty to find mentors across BUMC. BU Profile holders can edit their profile and add a dedicated... More

Art Days 2016

April 6th, 2016 in Featured.

Did you miss BUMC’s Art Days 2016? Take a look at this campuswide event and see who’s channeling their inner Monet.

Third Annual Giving Day Today, April 6

April 6th, 2016 in Featured.

24-hour fundraising drive: challenges, activities, social media shout-outs Today, the Boston University community will come together for the University’s third annual Giving Day, a 24-hour fundraising drive that will benefit the BU Annual Fund. In addition to raising money online, there will be activities across the Charles River and Medical Campuses and a community-wide social media... More

Medical Campus Employees Receive Service Awards

March 31st, 2016 in Uncategorized.

Each year Boston University holds recognition events to honor employees who have reached service milestones in their careers at BU. A luncheon was held March 31 to honor faculty and staff who have completed 10 and 25 years of service. In total, there were 87 people honored for 25 years and 238 honored for 10-year service... More

Faculty and Students: Submit an Abstract for McCahan Day

March 30th, 2016 in Announcements, Featured, Research.

Last year more than 100 faculty, staff, residents and students attended John McCahan Medical Education Day at the BU Medical Campus. Now is your chance to submit an abstract for a workshop or a poster. This year the event will be held on Wednesday, May 25 and it will be hosted by the Department of... More

Help When Needed: Faculty & Staff Assistance Office

March 30th, 2016 in Featured.

Free, confidential counseling for navigating work and life issues Karen Brouhard (left) and Bonnie Teitleman, both licensed clinical social workers, are counselors at the Faculty & Staff Assistance Office. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi This is the first in a series about Boston University services available to faculty and staff to help with work-related and personal issues. BU’s Faculty... More

Full Professorships for Eight on Medical Campus

March 28th, 2016 in Featured.

Faculty from MED, SDM, and SPH promoted Paul Duprex (right) works with research technician Andrew Acciardo inside the NEIDL virology lab. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi Paul Duprex, originally from Northern Ireland, specializes in the genetics of viruses. Haiyan Gong (GRS’91), a native of China, has spent nearly three decades studying a single system in the eye and... More