Craniofacial surgeons like Albert Woo ’95 MD’99 RES’05 indulge their inner artists as they sculpt new noses, jaw bones, and…
Browsing: Fall 2021
How does sleep impact children’s mental health?
In courts and in clinics doctors and lawyers combine their power to keep people on the right side of health.
Students without doctors in their families band together for support.
A 10-year effort to increase diversity in Brown’s STEM doctoral programs successfully recruited more students and graduated more PhDs from…
A student film shines a light on Black women’s maternity struggles.
Thousands of livers donated for transplantation are discarded or rejected every year due to concerns about organ quality and function.
We won’t treat people who inject drugs for hepatitis C—but we’ll take their organs when they die.
Faculty and students mobilize in the US to support the COVID response in Rohingya refugee camps.
Birth cohort study addresses child health problems from nutrition to COVID.
Med students want to learn how the planet’s health impacts their patients’.
20 years after the Twin Towers fell, we’re still not prepared for disasters.
Research dollars, new programs, top recruits. All measures of success, but not what matters most to the outgoing dean.
With patience, science, and the Black church, and ID doc overcomes hesitancy.
In his 31 years in the Army, Jim Lynch MD’03, P’19, completed multiple combat deployments and served alongside many fellow…
Last May, the Brown Medical Alumni Association presented the inaugural Junior Alumni Award for Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion…
Carolyn Frazer Bridgemohan MD’89, 58, died on August 16, 2019. She was one of Boston Children’s Hospital’s first fulltime faculty…
COVID surge follows emergency medicine fellow from Rhode Island to Nepal.