On Match Day, fourth-year medical students celebrated their success as they learned where they will spend the next three to seven years as residents.
Monthly Archives: March, 2018
Scientists have developed software that can forecast the survival of patients diagnosed with glioma that is more accurate than doctors’ predictions.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has discovered coffee changes many more metabolites in the blood than previously known, including those in the endocannabinoid system.
Northwestern’s Alpha Omega Alpha honor society chapter inducted 36 new members in a ceremony held at the University Club in downtown Chicago, counting students, residents, fellows and staff among the new inductees.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have identified a signaling protein that regulates cell organization, with implications for early development and certain diseases.
A Northwestern Medicine study provides new insights into the key role a molecule called oxPAPC plays in the inflammatory response. The findings could inform the development of new therapies for sepsis.
Raheem Bell, a first-year medical student, is one of several student advisors overseeing an outreach program that exposes underrepresented high school and college students to health careers.
Northwestern Medicine scientists usher in a new era of genetic research. Learn how our investigators are using CRISPR technology to isolate mutations that cause neurological diseases and to understand how individual genes can damage or protect cells.
Karl Bilimoria, MD, ’08 MS, ’10 GME, director of the Northwestern Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement Center, has been elected president of the Association for Academic Surgery.
Maha Hussain, MD, recently published several papers detailing new findings in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer treatment and prostate cancer screening.