Peter Dorschner, a third-year medical student, was awarded an Alpha Omega Alpha 2014 Carolyn L. Kuckein Student Research Fellowship to investigate hospital-acquired infections in transplant patients.
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The simulation curriculum is being implemented at half of the nation’s Veterans Affairs facilities in an effort to further reduce central line-associated bloodstream infections and mechanical complications such as pneumothorax and arterial puncture.
A transformational gift from Dr. Earl and Mrs. Lovie Beard will endow the Earl and Lovie Beard Scholarship Fund at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Faculty, relatives and friends gathered at Chicago’s Navy Pier to celebrate the Class of 2014’s graduation.
The 29 members of the Physician Assistant Program Class of 2014 received their Master of Medical Science degrees on Saturday, May 17.
After a national search, Michael MacLean, MS, PA-C, has been named director of the Physician Assistant (PA) Program.
Shelby Rubin, PA ’15, has already accomplished something most people haven’t – the founding and running of a nonprofit organization called Camp Kesem, a free summer camp for children ages 6 to 16 whose lives have been affected by a parent’s cancer.
As owner of Athletico Physical Therapy, alumnus Mark Kaufman’s hands–or those of the company’s 450 therapists–touch tens of thousands of athletes, accountants, administrators and artists every year.
Zeb Kimmel, ’04 MD, MBA, healthcare entrepreneur, develops Atlas5D – phone-sized sensor that detects changes in how people move, including falling down – a leading hazard for older adults.