Graduating its first class in 2012, Feinberg’s Physician Assistant Program has moved from provisional to continuing accreditation, receiving a rating of 100 percent compliant from the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant.
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Stephen Miller, PhD, and John Kessler, MD, are being honored with these annual awards from the Medical Faculty Council during a Research Day recognition ceremony.
Hank Seifert, PhD, has received a second-consecutive Method to Extend Research in Time Award, an extremely rare honor for NIH-funded scientists.
Published in Nature Genetics, new research has helped outline the benefits of whole genome sequencing in validating the genes associated with a person’s susceptibility to prostate cancer.
Research findings from the lab of Kathryn Farrow, MD, PhD, associate professor in pediatrics-neonatology, illustrate that common treatment options may be detrimental to a newborn’s health.
As part of nationwide Match Day, members of the Feinberg Class of 2013 came together on Friday, March 15, to find out where they will head for residency after graduation.
New research by Navdeep Chandel, PhD, suggests that mitochondria may be vastly more important than just the power source for cells. In a series of publications, Chandel illustrates his belief that mitochondria evolved to conduct biosynthesis rather than create energy, using reactive oxygen species as a mode of communicating the biosynthetic fitness of the organelle.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has strengthened its position among the top research-oriented institutions, maintaining its spot at No. 18 on the 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings.
The presence of autoantibodies in the blood may be connected to a higher risk of the development of cardiovascular disease, not just in individuals with diagnosed autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, but in the general population, according to new research findings.
New Northwestern Medicine® research shows that breast cancer patients who undergo a mastectomy followed by breast reconstruction using a transplanted flap of their own tissue have a low rate of early post-operative complications. However, risk varies by the type of procedure they undergo.