Of the more than 20 episodes of the medical school’s Breakthroughs podcast produced in 2021, the most popular ranged across specialties from gastroenterology to nanotechnology. Listen to the top five episodes of the year and earn Continuing Medical Education credit.
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Dozens of new PhD students from across the country and around the world have arrived on campus to begin their graduate programs at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Listen to the year’s most popular episodes of the Breakthroughs podcast, featuring Northwestern Medicine experts discussing COVID-19 research.
In the second season of Feinberg’s essay-based podcast, Perspectives, members of the Northwestern Medicine community share their experiences and insights from the lab, the clinic and the broader community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Listen to a selection of the most popular episodes of the Breakthroughs podcast series produced in 2019, including a possible Amish fountain of youth, artificial intelligence, the rise of food allergies and more.
New PhD students from around the world have arrived on the Chicago campus to join several of the PhD programs on campus, including the Driskill Graduate Program in the Life Sciences, Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience program, Medical Scientist Training Program, Clinical Psychology PhD Program and Health Sciences Integrated PhD Program.
A new exhibit at Galter Health Sciences Library and Learning Center showcases the medical experiences of hundreds of Northwestern physicians, nurses, dentists and enlisted men in World War II.
With help from students in the Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences (PTHMS), and support from McCormick School of Engineering, a group of toddlers took electric cars for a spin at Northwestern as part of the Go Baby Go program.
When Todd Kuiken, MD, PhD, had a stroke, he found himself in need of rehabilitation and discovered a renewed pride in his work.
In 2017, Mamta Swaroop, MD, decided it was time to empower Chicago communities by training bystanders to be immediate responders. In this audio essay, she shares her story.