When she stood up for America’s warriors, VA physician Phyllis Hollenbeck had to become a warrior, too.
Browsing: Fall 2014
Sights and scenes from Commencement/Reunion Weekend 2014.
Students celebrate the lives of anatomical gift donors.
Ebola viruses are masters of their attack.
A new tactic might take down the greatest killer of women and children.
Meet the newest members of the med school community.
The Rhode Island Free Clinic marks 15 years.
It’s an honor!
A plastic surgery success makes, and embraces, medical history.
New data provide a better way to diagnose a developmental disorder.
When is it right to share our personal struggles with patients?
A museum comes back to life, if only for a year.
A new respiratory disease group unites investigators across disciplines with a common goal.
Lynn Taylor moves hepatitis C from the sidelines to the mainstream.
To die with dignity, a patient lives with purpose.
She hoped to get accepted to medical school in spite of being a writer. Brown wanted her because she was…
A professorship helps diagnostic imaging build on its success.
Marjorie Thompson, 60, of Providence, died September 15 after a long illness. After receiving her ScB in biochemistry and PhD…
Richard E. Frates Sr., 85, of Barrington, RI, died July 9. He was a graduate of Boston College and Tufts…
A medical student faces hard truths
Ruth B. Sauber, 90, of Providence, died September 17. As medical student affairs officer at Brown, she worked with every…
Stephen H. Petersdorf, 55, of Seattle, WA, died June 28 after a courageous fight against cancer. Born in Baltimore and…
Should doctors participate in capital punishment?