During their sixth Synthesis and Application Module (SAM), class of 2016 medical students used a simulation-based learning experience to review concepts learned during their clerkships and first two years of medical school.
Students and faculty mentors share the importance of the Area of Scholarly Concentration, a four-year longitudinal project in biomedical research or a medically related field, as part of the new curriculum.
Northwestern Medicine scientists identified the same protein deposits that are usually found in the brains of ALS patients in the retina, opening a new potential avenue for diagnosing and tracking the disease.
Katherine Barsness, MD, '11 MS, created life-sized, reusable models of a newborn’s ribcage with 3-D printing technology to provide uniquely authentic simulation-based education to training pediatric surgeons.
Northwestern Medicine scientists created a more objective, precise and quicker way to test the effectiveness of multiple sclerosis drugs that may promote the repair of myelin, a protective sheath on neurons.