David Skorton, ‘74 MD, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, will speak at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine’s convocation ceremony on Monday, May 21.
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Northwestern scientists and clinicians are using wearable technology to gather a wealth of novel information about patients and to devise innovative ways to treat and prevent disease.
Northwestern Medicine scientists found that rhythmic electrical activity called theta oscillations may play an important role in processing scent in the human brain.
A Northwestern Medicine study research shows people with no major heart disease risk factors in middle age live and stay healthy longer than others.
A new study shows that a neurodegenerative syndrome in older adults, frontotemporal dementia, shares several fundamental features with another neurodegenerative disease usually seen in children.
Feinberg’s Office of Admissions hosted the annual Second Look event, showcasing Feinberg’s curriculum and campus for prospective medical students in the class of 2021.
A study sheds new light on the molecular foundations of human acral lentiginous melanoma, a rare sun-shielded melanoma.
As the first place winner of Northwestern University’s 4th Annual Intramural Global Health Case Competition, earlier this year, Max Wang, MPH, first-year MD/PhD student, and his team traveled to Emory University for the international competition.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have demonstrated an important role for the methylation of the amino terminus of a specific protein in maintaining centromere function and chromosome segregation, both important in cell division.
The 13th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day broke records with more than 400 abstract presentations that showcased the diversity of innovative research taking place at Feinberg.