Simple behavioral interventions can be effective at curbing inappropriate antibiotic prescribing, if adopted for the long term, according to a recent study published in JAMA.
Monthly Archives: October, 2017
The medical school’s annual Global Health Day included a keynote address and a poster session of student research conducted around the world.
A team of scientists has identified the genetic drivers of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, the most common type of blood cancer, and determined the genes’ clinical significance.
Small RNA molecules can trigger a mechanism hidden in every cell, forcing it to commit suicide, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study, the first to identify molecules that trigger such a fail-safe mechanism.
Second-year medical students showcased ongoing results from their Area of Scholarly Concentration research projects at a recent poster session.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have published a paper in Nature Chemical Biology, detailing an innovative use of CRISPR-Cas9 technology that has helped reveal how oxidative stress explains a common herbicide’s link to risk of Parkinson’s.
A new study published in Academic Medicine reports early outcomes on student achievement, confidence and engagement after the medical school’s curriculum redesign.
Chris Jones, senior superintendent at Power Construction, shares an update on the construction of the Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center.
The Feinberg Physician Assistant Program raised awareness about the profession and celebrated current students and past graduates as part of National PA Week.
Rosemary Hines Fuller, a fourth-year medical student, is spending this year at the Kellogg School of Management earning her MBA as part of Feinberg’s joint degree.