The Brown Brain Fair on March 18 showcases brain research through interactive stations, art projects, games, and lightning talks.
Julian, left, is as cool as the ice cream he loves and would happily talk about all day. His brother,…
Black Men in White Coats aims to diversify health and medicine.
It’s often said that you need to understand your past in order to plan successfully for your future. In this…
From the early days of the Medical School, scientific discovery that will improve human health has been part of its…
Black Men in White Coats aims to diversify health and medicine in Rhode Island.
Local students find out what it’s like to pursue a medical career in new enrichment course.
By the time the testing period ends on June 30, nearly 500 regional medical students will have taken their licensing exams at…
Brown launches a graduate program in medical physics.
Unable to work with patients, med students help frontline workers by answering phones, distributing PPE, even babysitting.
In addition to giving supplies, one lab is mixing a critically needed medium for virus testing.
When clinical rotations were paused, med students found new ways to support Rhode Island’s frontline health care workers.
A med student’s background in nursing informs her award-winning research to help pulmonary embolism patients.
From the classroom to the community, medical students learn to diagnose and treat substance use disorders.
Brown’s Herbarium is digitizing tens of thousands of plants preserved over two centuries.
New biomedical innovation fund makes two grants to accelerate the commercialization of technologies.
The Medical School battles burnout with a focus on student resilience.
New federal grant expands initiative to increase PhD student diversity beyond the life sciences.
For medical students, the run up to Match Day is a marathon, and it’s tilting uphill.
Sickle cell trait may lower blood sugar readings, causing missed diagnoses and treatment.
New technology could allow creation of fertilized embryos using non-reproductive cells. But at what cost?
Study reveals workings of immune response to deadly fungal infections.
The number of student applications for residency programs has gotten out of hand, researchers say.
Brown researchers are developing an interactive sleep app.
Researchers show how mutations lead to a rare developmental and potentially degenerative disease.