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  • Feinberg Hosts Accepted Students for Second Look
  • How Does A Long Time In Space Affect Human Health?
  • Ovary Transplantation Shows Promise for Restoring Cancer Survivor Fertility
  • 'Phenomapping' Categorizes Heart Failure to Tailor Therapies
  • Celebrating Match Day 2015
  • Burden of Pneumonia Hospitalizations on U.S. Children
  • Medical Honor Society Inducts New Members
  • Luo Honored with Basic Science Investigator Award
  • Using Spherical Nucleic Acids to Improve Immune System Therapies
  • Mar 30, 2015Feinberg Hosts Accepted Students for Second Look
    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.
  • Mar 26, 2015Ovary Transplantation Shows Promise for Restoring Cancer Survivor Fertility
    Northwestern Medicine scientists have created and transplanted an artificial ovarian system that induced puberty in mouse models, a first step toward a new approach to improving fertility in childhood cancer survivors.
  • Mar 25, 2015Using Smartphones to Assess Trainee Skills
    Jonathan Fryer, MD, professor of Surgery-Organ Transplantation, and his colleagues developed a new smartphone-based system that simplifies and facilitates the assessments of general surgery trainees.
  • Mar 24, 2015'Phenomapping' Categorizes Heart Failure to Tailor Therapies
    Northwestern Medicine scientists used "big data" tools to classify for the first time three distinct categories of a common heart failure syndrome. The findings may be used to better predict how diverse patients will respond to treatments.
  • Mar 23, 2015Jampol Honored by the Macula Society
    Lee M. Jampol, MD, professor in Ophthalmology, delivered the Michaelson lecture at the Macula Society annual meeting, and received the Michaelson medal, the society’s highest honor.
  • Mar 20, 2015Celebrating Match Day 2015
    At Match Day, the Class of 2015 learned where they will spend the next phase of their medical careers.
  • Mar 20, 2015Burden of Pneumonia Hospitalizations on U.S. Children
    A Northwestern Medicine study estimated the incidence and etiology of community-acquired pneumonia in children and found that respiratory viruses were more commonly detected in children with pneumonia than bacterial pathogens, suggesting that new anti-viral vaccines or treatments could reduce the overall burden of pediatric pneumonia.
  • Mar 19, 2015Medical Honor Society Inducts New Members
    The newest members of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society were inducted at a ceremony on March 18.
  • Mar 18, 2015Luo Honored with Basic Science Investigator Award
    Xunrong Luo, MD, PhD, associate professor in Medicine-Nephrology, Microbiology-Immunology and Surgery-Organ Transplantation, has been selected to receive the American Society of Transplantation Basic Science Investigator Award.
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