Researchers find the mind-body practice was as effective as more standard exercise programs.
Why are lung cancer screening rates so low, and what could improve them?
A new test could detect early signs of Alzheimer’s in saliva.
A new exhibit challenges gender stereotypes in medicine.
New approach effectively delivers anti-cancer drugs across the blood-brain barrier in mice.
Study shows patients can safely begin opioid addiction treatment in community pharmacies.
One medical student’s inquiry results in profession-wide changes.
An oncologist tackles tough topics with flair.
Brown researchers find that a brief questionnaire for psychological distress can be an efficient way to assess patient risk for…
More people died in Texas prisons without air conditioning than in those with it, study finds.
Study puts the risk of firearm death in perspective.
Alan D. Podis, MD, 92, died Dec. 1, 2022. He was a clinical assistant professor emeritus of surgery (urology) at…
Levi Adams had his capable hands on every block of the medical program’s foundation. Fifty years later, he reflects on…
Researchers are working with the community to understand how technology can help prevent opioid overdose deaths.
Legorreta Cancer Center researchers had a presence at the AACR annual meeting in April.
Research on the derivative of indirubin could inform future research in humans.
The Brown medical community offers health guidance to local Muslims and colleagues for the holy month.
International Space Station experiments co-led by a Brown physician will help inform understanding and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
Developed by researchers at the Carney Institute for Brain Science, the SOMA app will enable clinicians to improve treatment options…
The Brown Brain Fair on March 18 showcases brain research through interactive stations, art projects, games, and lightning talks.
A new analysis shows how convalescent plasma can prevent hospitalizations and save lives.
The world’s largest general scientific society honored Alfred Ayala and two other Brown faculty members.
Study puts risk of firearm death in perspective, calls attention to urgent need for violence reduction interventions.
Black Men in White Coats aims to diversify health and medicine in Rhode Island.
The professor of emergency medicine received the honor in recognition of her work as a public health leader, communicator, and…