Mark A. Palumbo RES’94, MD, 57, of West Greenwich, RI, died September 15. A Providence native, he earned his undergraduate…
Browsing: Fall 2006
AI can’t replace doctors, but it could help them do their job.
Volunteering in the community helps future physicians connect more deeply with patients—and themselves.
A meaty passion wards off burnout.
Greetings from Providence! The growth of the research footprint and the ongoing success of the Brown Institute for Translational Science…
As cells age, certain cellular functions start to fail, taking our bodies down with them. Sorting out what those failures…
An aspiring radiologist designs an award-winning algorithm to detect pneumonia.
Can the Apple Watch accurately diagnose atrial fibrillation?
A score is born.
At the first-ever Student Neurosurgical Research Conference in February, neurosurgery resident Matthew Anderson RES’23, MD, left, teaches Adriel Barrios-Anderson ’17…
In rural Mexico, physicians take care of the whole person, not just their illness.
From the collection.
Two Brown professors have perfected a treatment for the most severe kinds of strokes. Now they’re working to change the…
A new kind of doctor who treats patients and systems.
The inaugural class of the Primary Care-Population Medicine program brings a system-wide perspective to patient care.
A nonprofit provides sustainable cancer screening tools.
A school-based clinic strives for total health.
Yuri Tomikawa ’12 found herself on the phone with psychologist after psychologist in Providence, asking questions about appointment times, insurance,…
The largest class ever begins their medical careers.
The newly insured are returning to the fold.