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Make a difference with cutting-edge research. Study the molecular, immunologic and biophysical foundations of disease toward cures. Study cancers, autoimmune syndromes, infectious diseases, metabolic disorders, regenerative medicine, bioinformatic strategies and more.

Make a difference by participating in compassionate patient and community service. Learn the principles and skills for mental health counseling, bioimaging and emergency management. Become a physician assistant.

Make a difference in your career path. Prepare for medical school with a curriculum that parallels the medical students. Take classes with dental students. Learn the medicolegal skills of a forensic scientist and how a forensic anthropologist can identify gender from the bones in your elbow.

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Shoumita Dasgupta, PhD, and Karin Schon, PhD, selected as Assistant Deans for Diversity & Inclusion

Congratulations to GMS faculty Shoumita Dasgupta, PhD and Karin Schon, PhD, both selected as Assistant Deans for Diversity & Inclusion at the Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine! They will serve in their roles alongside Alexis Ramirez, MD, and Ebonie Woolcock, MD. Read the full message from Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion Angelique Harris, PhD, […]

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From The Brink: “NEIDL Researchers Discover New SARS-CoV-2 Weak Spot—Which Could Inspire Improved Vaccines”

NEIDL Researchers Discover New SARS-CoV-2 Weak Spot—Which Could Inspire Improved Vaccines The Brink; Jan. 11, 2023 A Boston University-led study has found that a viral protein known as NSP6 may be responsible for the COVID-19 Omicron variant's lower disease-causing potential (pathogenicity). The research, led by NEIDL scientists, was published online in Nature on Jan. 11. Read […]

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What's so Dangerous About a Picture Book? : Resisting the Ban on Children's and YA Literature

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