Northwestern Medicine hosted a symposium for the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the National Institutes of Health’s landmark sex-inclusion policy.
Monthly Archives: January, 2017
An article published in JAMA recommends new updates to the red blood cell transfusion guidelines by the American Association of Blood Banks.
A new resident-led program at Northwestern fosters community among underrepresented minority students in undergraduate and graduate medical education programs.
Mae Jemison, MD, a physician and the first woman of color to travel into space, delivered the keynote address during this year’s commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr.
A novel national trial for people with no established alternative to treat their rare cancers is being co-led by Northwestern Medicine investigators, who helped conceive of and develop the project.
When Major League Baseball players travel in a way that misaligns their internal 24-hour clock with the natural environment and its cycle of sunlight, they suffer negative consequences, according to a recent study.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine rose to 16th place among U.S. medical schools in National Institutes of Health funding in 2016, rising two spots in the rankings reported by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research.
A Northwestern Medicine study, led by a PhD student, found that overexpressing a protein called CREB improved memory impairments in aged rats.
A passion for senior care brought Lee Lindquist, ’00 MD, ’03 ’05 GME, ’05 MPH, ’10 MBA, to Northwestern as a first-year medical student in 1996 and has kept her here for two decades.
The addition of the drug cetuximab to standard chemoradiation reduced the incidence of relapse for patients with anal cancer, but was associated with significant adverse effects, according to recent Northwestern Medicine clinical trials.