Northwestern investigators, faculty, students and community partners came together to share and celebrate global health research, education and outreach as part of the Robert J. Havey, MD Institute for Global Health’s 12th annual Global Health Day.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the Simpson Querrey Institute for Epigenetics announced today that renowned biochemist Craig M. Crews, PhD, who pioneered the pharmaceutical field of targeted protein degradation, has been named the winner of the annual $250,000 Kimberly Prize in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics.
A common diabetes medication may help some patients with treatment-resistant hypertension slightly lower their high blood pressure and lessen their risk of heart failure events such as stroke, according to an analysis of a clinical trial published in Circulation.
Some interventions designed to improve healthcare worker collaboration may not improve patient outcomes, according to a recent trial published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
A new partnership, the Chicago Biomedical Consortium Hub for Innovative Technology and Entrepreneurship in the Sciences, will help Chicago inventors transform their research into commercial products.
Deborah Clements, MD, the chair and the Nancy and Warren Furey Professor of Family and Community Medicine, has been honored with the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Thomas W. Johnson Award for her significant contributions to family medicine education.
Northwestern University has been awarded a $24 million grant to standardize measurement tools used to evaluate childhood health nationwide as part of the National Institutes of Health Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has launched a new master’s degree program in Health Professions Education designed to give healthcare professionals the tools to be leaders in how healthcare is taught and practiced.
D. James Surmeier, PhD, the Nathan Smith Davis Professor and chair of Neuroscience, has been named the recipient of the 2023 Annemarie Opprecht Parkinson Award, an international award recognizing significant contributions to the field of Parkinson’s disease research.
Faculty, staff, trainees and students gathered to share knowledge and participate in workshops examining the future of medical education during Feinberg’s 13th annual Medical Education Day, held September 27.