Media Coverage

The work done by Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine faculty members (and even some students) is regularly highlighted in newspapers, online media outlets and more. Below you’ll find links to articles and videos of Feinberg in the news.

CNN IReport  0

Northwestern Memorial Hospital and the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute are
mentioned on CNN’s IReport and Chicago Now regarding the “Hearts a Bluhm”
Campaign.

Fast Company   0

Those mice were the first living glimpse of the future that Sam Stupp is
hoping to accelerate in his role as the director of the Institute for
BioNanotechnology in Medicine at Northwestern. It’s a future in which
molecular self-assembly – where researchers direct molecules to
spontaneously combine into ordered structures – will help the body heal
itself.

WGN-TV Medical Watch (Chicago)   0

David Zich, MD, emergency medicine, was interviewed regarding the dangers of
carbon monoxide poisoning when snow covers vents in the home. Zich comments
that people with symptoms of toxicity, like altered mental status or
confusion, should seek medical attention.

UPI  0

Lead author Dr. Beatrice Edwards of Chicago’s Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine links the increase in premature fractures to
some breast cancer treatment drugs. Edwards says the study involved six
breast cancer survivors with hip fractures and she was surprised most of the
study patients did not have osteoporosis, but lowered bone mineral density
called osteopenia.

Yahoo News!   0

It’s FDA approved and basically the same HIV test you’d get at your doctor’s
office, says infectious disease specialist Shannon Galvin, M.D., an
assistant professor at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

U.S. News & World Report   0

Mary McDermott, internal medicine, is quoted regarding a new study that found
narrowed leg arteries disable women faster than men. McDermott comments that
women have faster declines in mobility and functional performance compared
to men.

WebMD   0

In the February issue of Clinical Cancer Research, researchers reported on
six hip fracture cases occurring in breast cancer survivors in their 50s
treated at Northwestern University’s Bone Health and Osteoporosis
Center.

Chicago Tribune   0

John Pandolfino, MD, gastroenterology was mentioned in an article regarding
antacids. Pandolfino contributed to an article that explained the
differences in over-the-counter antacids.

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