Medical students attended the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) Training Ground conference, hosted at Feinberg on November 22 and 23, with events united under the theme of “Lead the Change in the Culture of Medicine.”
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Medical students presented their Area of Scholarly Concentration projects at a poster session on November 21.
Nelly Papalambros, a third-year graduate student, studies how sound could be used as a non-invasive way to improve deep sleep and memory.
Medical students conduct cardiovascular health risks screenings and counsel participants on exercise, nutrition and other lifestyle changes in the Keep Your Heart Heathy program.
The Education Centered Medical Home, a longitudinal clinical experience for students, continues to grow as students gain an understanding of continuity of care and team medicine.
Ruoqi Gao, a fourth-year Medical Scientist Training Program student, is interested in how neurons grow and change over time and how this process goes awry in autism.
Bob Cromer, ’52 MD, thanked his lucky stars that a German mortar shell hit his left leg during World War II combat in March 1945. That “million-dollar” wound allowed him to receive a disability rating and have his education paid for under Public Law 16 (rehabilitation) instead of the standard G.I. Bill.
Dr. Sudip Bose raises awareness and money on behalf of veterans with post-traumatic stress, depression and suicidal ideation.
Throughout the decades, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine students, faculty and alumni have had a long-standing history of serving in the U.S. Armed Forces for a variety of reasons.
Bruce Henschen, ’12 MD, resident in Internal Medicine, received the L. Randol Barker Award from Johns Hopkins University for research on the impact of the Education Centered Medical Home in medical education.