An alum leads the ACC.
Meet the alum who’s crunching the COVID-19 numbers.
From ICUs to the labs, Brown faculty go all in to help COVID-19 patients.
Clinical trial participants are the unsung heroes of medicine.
By the time the testing period ends on June 30, nearly 500 regional medical students will have taken their licensing exams at…
Med students redeploy used smartphones to help nursing home residents combat isolation.
Megan Ranney, an associate professor of emergency medicine, urged the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis to ramp up manufacturing…
Brown faculty research projects range from new therapeutics to at-home virus tests to 3D-printed ventilators.
OPINION: The consequences of a changing climate on human life could parallel those of COVID-19.
Amid the pandemic, more than 30 Alpert Medical students graduate early to begin hospital work.
A dermatologist investigates whether the genetic cause of hair loss could help to explain worse outcomes among male COVID-19 patients.
Unable to work with patients, med students help frontline workers by answering phones, distributing PPE, even babysitting.
Stemming the tide of COVID-19 among those who are incarcerated saves lives inside and outside prison walls.
In addition to giving supplies, one lab is mixing a critically needed medium for virus testing.
A physician who helped fight Ebola is now working to ramp up the medical response to COVID-19 in high-risk countries.
When clinical rotations were paused, med students found new ways to support Rhode Island’s frontline health care workers.