DoM Researchers Forum

A Quick Look

A note from the Evans Center IBR Founding Director

ARCs By The Numbers

Team Science Collaborations In Brief

Upcoming Events

  • ME-ARC seminar series | Sept 22, 2022 | 12-1:00 via Zoom | Using Fitbit in physical activity interventions with cancer survivors: Daily Fitbit use and activity levels across 2 years  | Sheri J. Hartman, PhD, Associate Professor, Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science, Moores Cancer Center, University of California San Diego | Presentation with discussion to follow.
  • Shining Light on ARCs | DOM Evans Day | Oct 13, 2022 | 1:15pm | Presentations by: Current ARC Directors, Current ARC Program Directors, New Pre-ARC Directors | Box Lunches will be available, RSVP necessary, link not yet available
  • ME-ARC seminar series | Oct 14, 2022 | 12-1:00 via ZoomI want the whole damned pie: Advocating for health equity through digital accessibility in 2022 | Sassy Outwater-Wright, Executive Director, Massachusetts Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired (MABVI) | Presentation with discussion to follow.

 

ARC Portfolio Report 2021

ARC Metrics: Grant and publication success

Current ARCs

The Center provides opportunities for collaborations within Affinity Research Collaboratives (ARCs) organized around foci of common research interests. The ARCs create opportunities for new interdisciplinary approaches to both research and training in biomedical research.

Mission Statement

Faculty affiliated with the Evans Center hold academic appointments with different departments. The Center provides opportunities for collaborations within Affinity Research Collaboratives (ARCs) organized around foci of common research interests. The extraordinary strength in biomedical and physical sciences at Boston University, and the support and development of the ARCs create opportunities for new interdisciplinary approaches to both research and training in biomedical research. Basic science discovery promoted by ARCs are also available to the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and to other centers for collaborative translational applications.

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Publications

Listed are representative publications by ARC Directors. An example of the publication success of the ARCs lies in the 304 collaborative publications since the launch of BU IBRO in 2015.

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News and Spotlights

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Katya Ravid selected as the Barbara E. Corkey Professor of Medicine

Colleagues, I am delighted to announce that Katya Ravid, D.Sc., Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry, has been selected as the inaugural incumbent of the Barbara E. Corkey Professor of Medicine! Dr. Ravid is nationally and internationally recognized for seminal discoveries in the field of megakaryocyte and platelet biology. Early in her career, she discovered a unique transcriptional […]

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Drs. Katya Ravid and Vipul Chitalia lead a Center focused on Cancer-Associated Thromboembolism as Affected by Health Disparities (CAT-HD)

Boston University School of Medicine part of the American Heart Association’s new focused research network devoted to addressing disparities that intersect heart disease & cancer. Drs. Katya Ravid and Vipul Chitalia, co-directors of Thrombosis and Hemostasis ARC were awarded by the AHA, along with BUSM/BMC/VA colleagues, to lead a Center focused on Cancer-Associated Thromboembolism as […]

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