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.
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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.
Northwestern Medicine is partnering with the Chicago Department of Public Health to expand an innovative program, Keep Your Heart Healthy, to screen Chicago residents for cardiovascular disease.
Prospective members of the Class of 2018 arrived on campus to learn more about Feinberg before making their final decision about where to attend medical school.
Amisha Patel, MD, cardiology fellow, received a VECD Fogarty Global Health Fellowship to study pre-hospital systems of care in patients with acute coronary syndromes in India.
Cardiology fellow Sadiya Khan, MD’09, GME’12, received two awards from the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology for her academic and clinical performance.
Meredith Ayres, a second-year student in the Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling, is interested in the psychosocial aspects of children with life-shortening conditions. She sifts through data to determine how parents with children who have Duchenne muscular dystrophy can have better conversations about managing this condition.
Two faculty members, Ram Yogev, MD, professor of Pediatrics-Infectious Diseases and D. Mark Courtney, MD, associate professor of Emergency Medicine received 2014 Mentor of the Year Awards from the Medical Faculty Council for their commitment to fostering the intellectual, behavioral, creative, scholarly and professional growth of mentees.
Alumnus Julian D’Achille’s global health experiences in South Africa and Nicaragua led him to seek out international health opportunities during his residency and master’s degree in public health.