From crocheted human organs to a multiplex fluorescent image of tuberculosis the variety, creativity and ingenuity of BUMC students, faculty and staff was on display.
Longevity is a combination of genetics, healthy living, positive aging and effective interactions with healthcare.
The two-day event showcases work done by trainees and faculty in the department of medicine and their collaborators across the Medical and Charles River campuses.
Participants conversed with researchers whose work they’d profoundly influenced, and with FHS staff who had known them for years or, in many cases, for decades.
The Center’s collaborative, open-source approach is key to their mission and vision of ‘advancing science to heal the world.’
The cohort’s 20 students comprise the tenth class of the program, which graduated its first students in 2016.
Students urged to create a healthier, more equitable world.
First class to graduate from the newly renamed Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, as the school celebrates its 175th anniversary.
Embrace discomfort, push for progress and strive to support those whose voices need uplifting.
She answered questions gathered from students and faculty about her journey, women in leadership roles, lessons learned from the pandemic and other issues facing our nation today.