Posts tagged: Medicine - Diverse

MARGARET MCKENNA

| June 17, 2015
MARGARET MCKENNA has been appointed president of Suffolk University, effective this summer. She [...] Read more

Young Doctors Make Binding Pact

by Autumn A. Arnett | June 2, 2015
Four doctors make a vow to support, nurture and see each other through the grueling work of obt [...] Read more

Diverse on the Go…

| May 21, 2015
Senior Writer Jamal Eric Watson is attending the inaugural meeting of the National Association [...] Read more

JEFFREY WONG

| April 6, 2015
JEFFREY WONG has been named associate dean of medical education at the University Park regional [...] Read more

CRISTINA M. RODRIGUEZ

| March 1, 2015
Cristina M. Rodriguez was named the Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor of Law at Yale Law School. [...] Read more

SHARMILA MAKHIJA

| February 11, 2015
Sharmila Makhija was named professor and chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology a [...] Read more

Morehouse, Kennedy Forum Establish Mental Health Policy Center

by Ronald Roach | February 4, 2015
The Morehouse School of Medicine and The Kennedy Forum mental health advocacy group have teamed [...] Read more

Court Rejects Fired Iowa Professor’s Appeal

by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press | November 27, 2014
IOWA CITY, Iowa ― An appeals court upheld the firing of a University of Iowa radiology profes [...] Read more

Alabama-Birmingham, Alabama State Get Cancer Research Grant

by Associated Press | November 11, 2014
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. ― The University of Alabama at Birmingham and Alabama State University have [...] Read more

Montgomery Rice Continues to Excel

by Pearl Stewart | November 2, 2014
Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice who has managed great triumphs in education has recently been appoi [...] Read more

UCLA Study Offers Hope on Emergency Room Crowding

by Associated Press | October 15, 2014
The research could offer hope to those who worry that the expansion of health coverage under th [...] Read more

Veterans Affairs Secretary Wooing Medical Students

by Wilson Ring, Associated Press | October 13, 2014
The new secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs made an impassioned recruitment pitch t [...] Read more

Avoiding the Freshman 15 Can Have Long-Term Health Benefits

by | October 1, 2014
One of the biggest challenges for freshman is avoiding gaining weight. [...] Read more

Nicholls State University, Hospital Partner on Sports Medicine

by Associated Press | September 11, 2014
Five certified athletic trainers from Thibodaux Regional Medical Center will work with Nicholls [...] Read more

Ebola Survivor in Guinea Shunned by Boyfriend, Medical School

by Boubacar Diallo and Krista Larson, Associated Press | August 12, 2014
The medical school professors no longer want Kadiatou Fanta in the classroom. Her boyfriend has [...] Read more