From Cough to COVID: How Respiratory Infections Produce Problems and Our Bodies Fight Back, via Zoom on Nov. 17.
Month: October 2020
The inaugural award named in her honor recognizes her leadership, contributions and accomplishments in incorporating social context into the structure and practice of emergency medicine.
“This (research) can help to identify the populations at greatest risk so that targeted treatments can be matched to the individuals who need it most,” according to lead author Erika Wolf, PhD.
Pathways for success for students and practitioners from diverse backgrounds need to be created.
Please send nominations and applications for BUSM faculty with grants that go…
The nomination states, “she has been working relentlessly on securing rotations, supporting students, creating new hybrid & virtual rotations and creating new non-clinical electives, all while preparing for an accreditation site visit.”
The nomination states, “Teresa is an exemplar of professionalism!”
Thanks to a generous gift by Andrew and Debbie Rosenthaler, BUSM’s Gross Anatomy Lab is getting a major facelift.
Panel of experts recommends imaging be part of the decision making process. Watch Dr. Guermazi’s video.
Cardiology is one of the least diverse of the physician specialties, which hampers innovation and excellence.