A new Northwestern Medicine study has shown that playing recorded family stories can help wake up coma patients’ unconscious brain more quickly, and with improved recovery.
Northwestern Medicine scientists developed the first blood test to diagnose major depression in adults and to predict who will benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Northwestern Memorial Foundation are working together to raise $1.75 billion to provide crucial resources that will increase innovation and excellence across the academic medical center.
Faculty, relatives and friends gathered at Chicago’s Navy Pier to celebrate the Class of 2014’s graduation.
Alumni spent April 11-12 catching up with former classmates, taking tours of campus and meeting current students and faculty during Alumni Weekend 2014.
The 10th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day featured a record-setting 324 scientific posters presented by faculty, fellows, residents and students from Feinberg’s graduate, medical and physician-scientist programs.
Graduating seniors discover which residency program they will train at for the next three to seven years.
The official start to the academic year, the annual Founders’ Day Convocation includes the recitation of the Declaration of Geneva and the handing out of white coats to the incoming class.
The 161 members of the Class of 2013 celebrated their commencement ceremony with friends, family, and faculty at Chicago’s Navy Pier Grand Ballroom on May 23.
More than 600 alumni, guests, faculty, and students took part in the annual celebration of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine graduates.