Spotlight Interview: Dr. Tara Moore

Dr. Tara Moore is the Director of the Forensic Anthropology program and one of the Lab Directors at the BUSM Laboratory of Cognitive Neurobiology. We had a chance to speak to her recently about the NIH grant she secured for her research, the Forensic Anthropology Program, and her advice to graduate students! Congratulations on being […]

Evening Shuttle

As the temperature drops and the sun starts to set earlier, we’d like to remind you that the Medical Campus’s evening shuttle is available free of charge for students and employees. The central pickup location is in front of our well-lit indoor parking garage at 710 E Concord St, which is staffed 24 hours a […]

10/21/2020 – Why Pronouns Matter

GMS recently co-hosted, along with the School of Public Health Queer Alliance, a virtual discussion on “Why Pronouns Matter” with Dr. Carl Streed. Carl Streed, MD, MPH, FACP is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at BUSM and Research Lead for the Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery at Boston Medical Center.  

International Education Week 2020

This year’s IEW will be from October 26th to November 2nd. It will feature numerous events being held virtually by offices, schools/colleges, and groups across campus to celebrate our global identity and the exchange of ideas, customs, and cultures. From art events, to lectures, to community and social gatherings, there are myriad ways to participate […]

Spotlight Interview: Dr. Kip Thomas

Dr. Kevin “Kip” Thomas is the Principal Investigator for the Laboratory for Human Neurobiology, as well as the Program Director for both the Master’s of Science in Bioimaging and Healthcare Emergency Management Degree Programs. He spoke with us about the newly installed 3 Tesla Philips Ingenia Elition MRI at the Center for Biomedical Imaging, the […]

GMS Scientists Discover COVID-19 Lung Inflammation Pathway

Scientists, including GMS faculty, at NEIDL and CReM have uncovered how COVID-19 triggers severe lung inflammation. Their research points to the body’s NFkB signaling pathway as the driver of this response. In discovering this, they are opening the door to therapeutic research that could reduce inflammation before it becomes deadly. In the words of Dr. […]

BU’s Cultural Guide

Boston University’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion has created an online resource called The Curated, Crowd-Sourced, Cultural Guide to Boston. This guide is part of an effort to share Boston’s cultural and community resources with current and prospective BU community members. We’ve been querying all the folks we know—nearly 35,000 students and more than 10,000 […]