Researchers develop an RNA-based breath test to detect SARS-CoV-2.
Author Corrie Pikul
People of color, women, and those with health conditions are among at the highest risk.
Faith leaders help recruit people of color for a new nationwide study.
Study of vaccinated cancer patients with breakthrough COVID-19 shows 13% mortality rate.
Physician, medical student urge stronger federal support for harm reduction in the NEJM.
Adriel Barrios-Anderson will deliver the student address at the MD Class of 2022 Commencement ceremony.
The MD Class of 2024 celebrates an in-person white coat ceremony held two years later…
New methods allow for a better understanding of how genetic conditions affect different populations.
Members of The Warren Alpert Medical School community gather to commemorate the history and look…
At Providence’s Clínica Esperanza and the Rhode Island Free Clinic, med students volunteer to improve…
Celebrating in person with family and friends, 144 physicians-to-be learn their residency placements.
Led by Brown, a multi-university effort will build on recent discoveries about the mechanisms of…
Program helps address non-medical needs in a health care setting.
In managed care plans, minority group members report lesser care than white enrollees.
Researchers develop new model to investigate fibrosis treatments without use of animals.
Investigators partner with faith-based leaders in Providence to increase participation of Black community members in…
Even those who are fully vaccinated have high rates of hospitalization and death with breakthrough…
‘The Bubbler’ reverse-transcribes RNA from airborne SARS-CoV-2, researchers say.
Generous support from the Legorreta family will accelerate discovery of new treatments for patients.
People of color, women, and those with health conditions are most likely to experience hardship.
Cellular mechanism explains behind why some are at greater risk, and may be used to…
Renewed NIH grant helps researchers and local partners address barriers to testing and vaccination.
Alumnus, EM professor led the Rhode Island Disaster Medical Assistance Team at ground zero.
Appointment of Medical School’s first chief wellness officer emphasizes well-being for future physicians.