Landmark study utilizes a patient-specific model to study pulmonary fibrosis.
Month: August 2021
Thirty-five students have been elected membership in Alpha Omega Alpha.
Kaye-Alese Green, the first Diversity Fellow at BUSM, spearheaded a number of antiracism initiatives throughout her year in the role.
Physical fitness is a powerful predictor of health outcomes.
Forensic Anthropological Work Dealing with Ancestry May Mistakenly Support the Idea that Racial Differences are Biological
Research dealing with documenting differences (or similarities) in human populations needs to use appropriate terminology.
Congratulations to Clinical Associate Professors Eduardo Pena, Julien Dedier.
The small, in-person ceremony was held Aug. 12 in Hiebert Lounge.
This work furthers the understanding of the mechanisms of CTE.
Findings may help inform other hospitals how to diagnose sleep disordered breathing on their stroke unit.
The Racism in Medicine Vertical Integration Group’s report served as the basis for a number of changes to the BUSM curriculum.