As the Medical School marks a historic milestone, we look at the ways it has put its values into action…
Changing conversations around weight could benefit both patients and physicians.
Alums are lauded for their work at home and at Brown.
Amanda Higginson ’02 MD’06, a student in the Syracuse University College of Law’s online JD Program, was one of 60…
An infectious diseases doc drums up therapy for himself and others.
A med student is caught between his community and his training.
A new company with Brown roots bets on neurogenesis to treat central nervous system diseases.
Ask The Expert: Ben Brown ’08 MD’12
MedSpeak Illuminated: The Art and Practice of Medical Illustration
Pictures help physicians see the impact of their words.
Brown is building more lab space in the Jewelry District.
Embracing controversy fosters better communication for this group.
A new analysis links fish consumption with skin cancer, possibly due to pollution.
A female is born with all the eggs she will ever possess, making this “ovarian reserve” establishment during fetal development…
The physician’s ubiquitous tool tells stories, if we’d only listen.
Albert E. Dahlberg, MD, PhD, 83, died March 1. He was a professor emeritus of medical science in Brown’s Department…
Celebrating 50 Years of Medicine at Brown.
We mourn the loss of Marlene Cutitar.
This issue of Medicine@Brown will provide some insight into a number of the priorities I’ve been working on during my…
An alum is now health director for Ohio’s second largest city.
The Medical School partners with Central Falls School District to spark student interest in health careers.
Researchers discover pathway that connects light-sensitive cells with brain regions involved in mood, cognition.
When Julianne Y. Ip ’75 MD’78 RES’81, P’18, associate dean of medicine for the Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME)…