Two faculty are honored for their novel work.
Even some bacteria are susceptible—due to certain antibiotics.
A med student reflects on a year as a medical scribe.
Where are these women surgeons today?
How are our young alumni faring in their careers?
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A foundation gift provides a boost for ALS research.
Professor of Biology Emeritus Richard A. Ellis, 87, died in Prague on December 31, 2015. Ellis graduated from the University of Massachusetts in…
Patrick S. Conklin, 44, died in a motorcycle accident on Nov. 4, 2015, in Chicago. He attended high school in…
David Greenky MD’16 captured this image at Angkor Wat in Cambodia during a six-week backpacking trip through Southeast Asia in 2011. Something of…
An MD-PhD is part of a new era of cancer breakthroughs.
Anatomy of a PhD candidate.
The best defense is a good offense.
A Medical School program helps faculty improve their teaching.
Doctors can help design better electronic records.
Students guide homeless Rhode Islanders through the health care system.
I’ve turned into one of those people.
Older and wiser.
These cheap balls of neurons are no Einsteins, but they’re perfect for research.
Animal and human health are inextricably linked.
State-of-the-art neurosurgery comes to Rhode Island.
As exams bore down on Alpert medical students in December, some therapy was in order—dog therapy, that is. In recognition…
An elective teaches art as a communication tool.
Tech is changing health care as we know it. But can it make it better?