How Has Trauma Care Changed 10 Years after Boston Marathon Bombings?
BMC surgeons say the bombings, like the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighted disparities in trauma care and community support. They’re working to change that.
Seven BU Latinx Researchers Making a Difference
From social work to astronomy to the law, these leaders are pushing scientific and scholarly boundaries—and lifting up the next generation of Latinx academics.
The Lifelong Friendship behind Astonishing $100 Million Gift to BU’s Medical School
Alumni clarinetist’s philanthropy and humility results in the BU Aram V. Chobanian & Edward Avedisian School of Medicine.
How Racism and Bias Influence Substance Use and Addiction Treatment
Christina Lee calls substance use treatment a social justice issue and is helping healthcare providers see the connection between discrimination and drinking.
New MED Curriculum Will Drive Patient-Centered, Equitable Care
Team-based learning launches in new Learning Center.
BU’s Nahid Bhadelia Joins White House COVID-19 Response Team
Bhadelia, an infectious diseases physician and global leader in pandemic preparedness, named senior policy advisor for global COVID response.
With Roe v. Wade on the Line, BU Will Continue Abortion Education Regardless of Ruling
School of Medicine clinical training even “more important” if SCOTUS overturns landmark case
BMC Immigrant & Refugee Health Center Prepares to Welcome Afghans
Clinic helps vulnerable people from around the world fleeing religious and political persecution, gang violence, civil war, and climate-driven disasters
Why Global COVID Vaccinations Are Dangerously Lagging: Six Things to Know
As Delta variant spreads rapidly, BU-led panel explains why vaccination rollout isn’t keeping pace
BU NEIDL Scientists Featured in NOVA’s Special Coronavirus Episode
Nahid Bhadelia, Ronald Corley, and Robert Davey talk about COVID-19’s spread, how they’re studying it in the lab