Robert Kushner, MD, ’80, ’82 GME, was honored for a study published in NEJM with a 2022 Top 10 Clinical Research Achievement Award.
Month: February 2022
A novel combination treatment approach extended survival in mice with pancreatic cancer, demonstrating a potential second-line therapy for patients.
A new study shines a spotlight on an important but often overlooked matter of the heart — optimizing cardiovascular health before getting pregnant.
Medical students performed comedy skits and musical numbers that satirized the medical school experience at In Vivo, Feinberg’s annual sketch comedy and variety show.
A new study suggests that one contributor to inequities in pregnancy and cardiovascular outcomes may be the stress created by police violence occurring in Black women’s neighborhoods.
Sequencing known cardiac arrythmia genes in more than 20,000 people without an indication for genetic testing identified pathogenic variants in nearly one percent of individuals.
Satish Nadig, MD, PhD, is looking to build on Northwestern’s strong foundation of transplant initiatives and push forward into a new era of transplantation.
A new anatomy curriculum for the MD and PA programs integrates the HoloAnatomy software, which allows students to visualize every part of the body through a virtual, three-dimensional perspective.
Northwestern investigators have discovered that dopamine signaling in the dorsomedial striatum promotes the development of compulsive behaviors, according to findings published in Current Biology.
Northwestern Medicine investigators continue to study the COVID-19 pandemic, from the biological mechanisms of disease and infection patterns to the pandemic’s impact on women and sexual and gender minorities.