At Commencement, no newly minted Brown physician goes unrecognized in student speaker’s address.
Musical theater actor Ron Phillips MD’23 will specialize in a field that complements his vast array of pursuits.
With tough classes and a culture of support, a master’s program prepares the doctors of tomorrow.
We love to see people overcome obstacles, but what if we just moved them out of the way?
One medical student’s inquiry results in profession-wide changes.
More people died in Texas prisons without air conditioning than in those with it, study finds.
John Johnson MD’23 hopes to bolster his fellow graduates’ confidence in themselves in his Commencement address.
Legorreta Cancer Center researchers had a presence at the AACR annual meeting in April.
The Brown medical community offers health guidance to local Muslims and colleagues for the holy month.
Brown students and faculty volunteer for Brain Week Rhode Island events around the state.
The celebration returns to The Warren Alpert Medical School for the first time since 2019.
Grants extended for STEM graduate programs that prepare students from underrepresented groups to succeed.
The Brown Brain Fair on March 18 showcases brain research through interactive stations, art projects, games, and lightning talks.
Black Men in White Coats aims to diversify health and medicine in Rhode Island.
Student-organized event bridges gaps between health and social services for some of Rhode Island’s most vulnerable populations.
Brown’s newest medical students celebrate a traditional rite of passage.
In the 50th year of medical classes at Brown, alums look back as new students look forward.
Local students find out what it’s like to pursue a medical career in new enrichment course.
The annual Ceremony of Gratitude remembers the lives and generosity of those who give their bodies to medical education.
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 than usual.
The scholarship will help him pursue an education that addresses health care inequalities.
At Providence’s Clínica Esperanza and the Rhode Island Free Clinic, med students volunteer to improve not only health care but…
Celebrating in person with family and friends, 144 physicians-to-be learn their residency placements.