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Upstarts

Deadly diseases don’t wait. Neither should good ideas. So when two undergraduates thought they’d found a way to stop neurodegeneration,…

Tracey Guthrie, Pat Poitevien, and Angela Chang MD’21 at January’s family reunion.
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Step Up

A new program spreads the responsibility—and the love—of mentorship.

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Donald C. Jackson

Donald C. Jackson, PhD, 82, died January 7. He was an adjunct professor and professor emeritus of molecular pharmacology, physiology,…

Art Wall at 222 Richmond Street, Providence
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Arvin S. Glicksman

Arvin S. Glicksman, MD, 95, died January 3. He was a professor emeritus of medical science and former chairman of…

H. Wayne Carver II ’74 MD’77
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H. Wayne Carver II

H. Wayne Carver II ’74 MD’77, 67, died December 26. Wayne discovered a passion for science and music at an…

222 Richmond Street, Providence
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Reid W. Coleman

Reid W. Coleman ’72 MD’75, 69, died December 2. He practiced internal medicine for more than 20 years in Providence.…

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Robert M. Dowben

Robert M. Dowben, MD, 92, died November 11. An adjunct professor emeritus of molecular pharmacology, physiology, and biotechnology, he led…

Glass Wall at Sidney Frank Hall
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Robert J. Greer

Robert J. Greer ’92 MD’96, 49, died October 7. A native of Poughkeepsie, NY, he completed his neurology residency at…

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Nonsense!

Lucy tells Charlie Brown to snap out of it, setting up the perfect joke—and a timely critique of psychoanalysis.

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Do the Waive

The Medical School’s curriculum prepares graduates to prescribe medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder.

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