Shelby Rubin, PA ’15, has already accomplished something most people haven’t – the founding and running of a nonprofit organization called Camp Kesem, a free summer camp for children ages 6 to 16 whose lives have been affected by a parent’s cancer.
Prospective members of the Class of 2018 arrived on campus to learn more about Feinberg before making their final decision about where to attend medical school.
The 10th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day featured a record-setting 324 scientific posters presented by faculty, fellows, residents and students from Feinberg’s graduate, medical and physician-scientist programs.
Meredith Ayres, a second-year student in the Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling, is interested in the psychosocial aspects of children with life-shortening conditions. She sifts through data to determine how parents with children who have Duchenne muscular dystrophy can have better conversations about managing this condition.
Graduating seniors discover which residency program they will train at for the next three to seven years.
Medical students, residents, faculty members and alumni were welcomed into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society yesterday.
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.