Student groups came together to showcase diversity at Feinberg and to raise money for the free community clinics coordinated and staffed in part by medical students and faculty.
This summer, Northwestern University will launch a one-year Master’s in Public Health degree, expanding the existing program’s availability to those who prefer a shorter time-frame.
Six Chicagoland emergency residency programs implemented new simulation-based assessments for second-year residents.
Dipal Patel, a sixth-year Medial Scientist Training Program student, studies a protein called desmoplakin to better understand the causes of diseases associated with sudden cardiac death during athletic events.
Dr. Roger E. Sheldon, MD ’68, and his wife, Carol V. Sheldon, MD, have provided an endowment to the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine for the McNicol Flair Sheldon Scholarship.
First-year medical students used a first-of-its-kind iPad app, an interactive simulation-based textbook of cardiovascular physiology and hemodynamics, as part of their Cardiovascular Blood Module.
Adenike Adewuyi, a third-year MD/PhD student, uses computational models to improve control of artificial limbs of partial hand amputees.
Second-year medical student Chaitanya Medicherla explores the effects of immune cells on cancer development as part of his Area of Scholarly Concentration research project.
Paper published in the Journal of Dental Research shows that nanodiamonds could serve as non-invasive delivery vehicles of growth factors to bone.