Students shared personal stories and spoke about how scholarships were a critical component in attending medical school.
Receiving your first stethoscope embodies the practice of doctoring – using science and technology to listen and determine what is happening to a patient.
The Questrom/CAS student will be running to raise money for the CTE Center.
Students, alumni and employees of the Office of Financial and Grants Administration and the Office of Proposal Development volunteered at the Pine Street Inn and A Room to Grow.
Faculty, alumni, staff and friends gathered to raise money for student scholarships and to recognize the 45-year career of Robert Witzburg, MD, at Black Ties for White Coats, a first-of-its-kind event for the medical school.
Help establish the Robert Witzburg, MD, ’77 Scholarship Fund. Celebrate Bob’s retirement and accomplishments!
First-year medical students each received a stethoscope along with a copy of Atul Gawande’s book, “Being Mortal,” on medical equipment day.
The website offers easy-to-follow, impartial information on practically everything anyone needs to know about prostate cancer.
Thirteen employees from the offices of the Dean, Financial and Grants Administration, and Proposal Development participated in Boston University’s annual Global Days of Service.
Priya Shankar piloted Girls Health Champions in India, a program that trains girls as peer health educators in their schools and communities.