BUSM is one of four multidisciplinary teams creating the Strategically Focused Research Network on disparities in cardio-oncology.
Month: June 2021
Researchers Create Structural Model that Explains How Charged Biopolymers Enhance Protein Clustering in Amyloid Diseases
Study improves understanding of how heparan sulfate and related biopolymers such as heparin, can promote amyloid deposition in various organs.
Congratulations to Drs. Medzon, Powsner and Reardon!
Congratulations to fourth-year medical student Nivetha Saravanan and faculty mentors Sarah O’Connor, MD, Erica Holland, MD, and Kelley Saia, MD!
Racism and Segregation Associated with Advanced Stage Lung Cancer, Decreased Likelihood of Receiving Surgery Among Blacks
Study highlights the impact that structural racism and residential segregation has on non-small cell lung cancer outcomes.
Twenty BUSM faculty have been promoted to associate professor. Congratulations!
Finding may have implications for the diagnosis of child abuse, non-accidental trauma.
Juneteenth, traditionally observed on June 19, marks the day in 1865 when…
Second-year students Sara Khattab and Sean Wang Pong Chan planted an assortment of greens and vegetables in nine raised beds.
The information was used to develop a group counseling curriculum to enhance shared decision making between the women and their care provider.