Department of Medicine – Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center


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Our faculty, trainees and staff actively pursue innovation in research, practice compassionate patient care and engage in cutting edge medical education.

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Our faculty are driven by a genuine love of what they do. From caring for their patients to investigating a fascinating question, they are dedicated to pursuing and collaborating toward excellence. Browse the directory to find a faculty that shares your passion.

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Diversity Statement

The Department of Medicine at BUMC values the diversity of all people regarding their race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, sexuality, religious tradition, socioeconomic status, ability, age, language, and nationality. All DOM faculty, students, staff, and trainees have the right to work and fully participate in the culture of the department. We celebrate and respect our differences in order to prepare our students and trainees for a career in medicine, clinical service, teaching, and research. We are committed to recruiting, retaining, and advancing faculty, trainees, and staff from diverse backgrounds and working to create and sustain an environment that is welcoming, inclusive, and in which all feel that they belong.

Land Acknowledgement: We acknowledge that Boston University is on what was originally the territory of the Wampanoag Nation. We respectfully note that Indigenous peoples were stewards of the land and sea where BUMC resides. We regret that Indigenous peoples were brutally subjected to genocide and removal from this area. We pledge to honor the rich traditions of the Indigenous peoples of the US with gratitude by pursuing our activities with respect for life in all its forms and manifestations.

Medicine News

DoM Faculty Receives Million Research Partnership to Intercept Lung Cancer From American Lung Association and the LUNGevity Foundation

WASHINGTON, DC (April 9, 2024) – Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, with someone diagnosed approximately every two minutes. In a collaborative effort to end this devastating disease, the American Lung Association and LUNGevity Foundation have joined forces to invest $3 million over the next three years in research […]

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DoM Faculty Member Receives 2024 Sexual Medicine Research Fund Award

Join us in congratulating Jai Marathe, MBBS, MS in receiving the 2024 Sexual Medicine Research Fund Award! Jai Marathe, MBBS, MS, assistant professor of medicine/infectious diseases, and her team are developing monoclonal antibody-based products that can prevent sexually transmitted infections as well as pregnancy. Complement proteins participate in a number of antibody mediated immunological functions such […]

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Kim Vanuytsel, PhD, Receives 2024 Scholar Award from the American Society of Hematology

Kim Vanuytsel, PhD, assistant professor of medicine, is one of 36 recipients of the American Society of Hematology’s (ASH) 2024 Scholar Awards. She is one of nine investigators recognized as Basic/Translational Research Junior Faculty Scholars. The award supports early career scientists dedicated to careers in hematology research as they establish themselves as independent investigators. She will receive […]

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