It is often said that philanthropy is personal. That was certainly the case for Sandra “Sandi” Nusinoff Lehrman ’69 MD’76…
Browsing: Winter 2021
Thanks to early support from a few entrepreneurial Brown alumni, Brown Biomedical Innovations to Impact (BBII) was formed to help…
One key way to move research forward is to build on existing strengths. The BrownTogether campaign has been a catalyst for huge…
How stress gets under the skin, with lifelong consequences.
Hospitals need a change in culture to save Black women and their babies.
Why are overdose deaths surging, and what can we do about it?
Deep learning can rapidly detect stroke causing blockages and potentially speed the onset of lifesaving treatment, according to a study…
At UCSF’s Skin of Color Clinic, alumna Jenna Lester addresses disparities in patient care.
An anatomy instructor finds her happy place digging for fossils.
An emergency physician helps hospitalized patients vote.
Let’s hope telehealth sticks around once things return to “normal.”
Jose Behar, MD, AGAF, died July 20. After earning his bachelor and medical degrees from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de…
Teaching during COVID times is both foreign and familiar.
New studies seek to get ahead of Alzheimer’s disease.
Students tell their stories—and offer solutions.
Government officials vastly undercounted the deaths of Florida nursing home residents after Hurricane Irma in 2017, researchers at Brown found.
A combined residency program and major telehealth grant better prepare doctors for the future.
Study discovers potential target for treating aggressive cancer cells.
Alumna Suzette Brown is embedding doctors’ offices in community organizations to ease access to health care and social services.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, technology has allowed patient visits to continue safely. But will its use last?
Alum brings his work in Kenya back to Indiana.