Student group Queers and Allies recently celebrated the release of the medical school’s first annual OutList, one of many programs and resources it facilitates to promote acceptance of LGBT individuals at Feinberg and to improve health within the LGBT community.
Medical students gathered to share their Area of Scholarly Concentration research projects with faculty and peers at a recent poster session.
First-year graduate students arrive on campus to pursue degrees from the Driskill Graduate Program in the Life Sciences, Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program, Medical Scientist Training Program and more.
First-year medical students received their white coats and recited the Declaration of Geneva during the 157th Founders’ Day, marking their entry into the medical profession and the official start of the academic year.
More than 150 prospective members of the Class of 2019 toured campus, attended information sessions and met current students during Second Look, March 26-27.
Feinberg is one of the nation’s top 20 medical schools in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings, with women’s health, internal medicine and pediatrics positioned highly in medical specialty rankings.
Feinberg medical and physical therapy students organized a hands-on learning workshop and guided students from underrepresented backgrounds in high school and college through a research project as part of the six-week Health Professions Recruitment & Exposure Program (HPREP).
One new center and two new graduate medical school programs will expand opportunities in public health, global health and neurological surgery.
Feinberg faculty members helped create new guidelines from the Association of American Medical Colleges for medical schools and academic medical centers to improve health care for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or who are born with differences of sex development.
At three recent lectures, investigators shared research on 3-D printable biomaterials, a Latin dance program for older Latinos and the environmental causes of disease.