A Brown alumna returns to the fold.
The Warren Alpert Medical School leads the country in training students to provide trauma-informed care.
Is direct primary care the remedy to physician burnout?
TV shows allow premed students to ponder ethical dilemmas.
Marc K. Siegel, MD ’78, Fox News medical correspondent and associate professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center, moderated…
Student group helps researchers bring their therapies to market.
Low-cost, low-tech test strips effectively detect fentanyl in street drugs.
For Alan Muney ’75 MD’78, P’04, photography is all about capturing the art in ordinary life. This majestic image in…
The Science Behind Our Relationship With Food
Compassion and respect for patients are universal practices.
Philip Chan is getting the word out about PrEP.
If the federal government won’t fund gun injury prevention research, a new coalition of physicians and scientists will.
A video archive preserves the history of the Medical School.
The Warren Alpert Medical School leads the country in training students to perform trauma-informed care.
Residency placement has always been a big deal. But Associate Dean for Medical Education Allan R. Tunkel, MD, PhD, whose…
Computational biologist Sohini Ramachandran and her team are mining human genetic data to understand the impact of our ancestry on…
Pediatric asthma researchers are scaling up successful local programs to create a national model.
Letter from the Editor
Arthur Kern, 96, of Pawtucket, died March 6, 2018. A graduate of Harvard College and Boston University School of Medicine,…
James Melius, 69, died of cardiac arrest January 1, 2018, at his home in Copake Falls, NY. An occupational physician…
Beyond the bonds of companionship, humans and animals are inextricably linked.
Letter from the Dean