A urologist joins efforts to rebuild her native Puerto Rico.
Browsing: Winter 2018
Two faculty members find themselves in the midst of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world: among the displaced Rohingya…
A longtime fan lives the dream as a castaway on his favorite reality show.
A doc with a flair for design launches a line of sophisticated scrubs.
A resident reflects on the closing of Memorial.
A new program provides a social orientation to medical school.
When illness strikes, this doctor is waiting in the wings.
Memorial Hospital closes its doors.
The Battle over Evidence-Based Medicine
Brown physician-scientists bridge academic divides to improve the lives of people with brain disorders.
The AMA honors a physician and civil rights activist.
How can we evaluate scientific journals?
Interventional radiologists at Brown help more students discover their field.
Soccer is a sociocultural vaccine in Brazil.
If you Google kindness, you’ll get about a million pages’ worth of quotes about being kind. Many, I noticed, appear…
Hepatitis C is the deadliest infectious disease in the US. The VA has a strategy to defeat it among veterans.
Next-level imaging born and developed at Brown lets us see bodies in motion.
Patient behavior change is the key to successful outcomes.
Winds of Change
Collect them all.
All across the country, Americans are experiencing change and uncertainty in health care. That’s true for physicians who are part…
Martin Felder, 87, died December 31, 2017, in Carlsbad, CA. Born and raised in Fall River, MA, he graduated from…