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Spring 2014
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THE BEAT
Paging Dr. Mom
Paging Dr. Mom
Making it easier for those who come after.
Kris Cambra
MomDocFamily helps physician-mothers have it all, whatever that is.
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What Not to Wear
What Not to Wear
Students move to ban neckties.
Rebecca Kaufman '11
Neckties carry germs. These students think they should go.
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It's All There
It's All There
A technological milestone.
Clifford Hirschman, Biomed IT Director
New system replaces students' paper fileswith one web-based portfolio.
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Got a Match?
Got a Match?
Bone marrow registry saves a life.
Kris Cambra
Medical student gives blood stem cells to Hodgkin lymphoma patient.
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A Patient Audience
A Patient Audience
Therapy that's easy on the ears.
Rebecca Kaufman '11
Medical students play music that tugs at the heart strings.
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Dazzled by the Jewelry District
Dazzled by the Jewelry District
Brown labs host Congressman Obey.
Today at Brown Staff
Congressmen Kennedy and Obey scope out research in the Jewelry District.
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Good News
Good News
You Stay. We’ll Pay.
Kris Cambra
Primary care loan repayment program aims to bring docs in state.
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Tray Bien
Tray Bien
Who knew hospital food could be so tasty?
Rebecca Kaufman '11
The Miriam Hospital lets patients choose their menu.
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Heavy Hitter
Heavy Hitter
New center treats sports-related concussions.
Rebecca Kaufman '11
Dr. Mason Gasper helps athletes keep their heads in the game.
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Cellular Abuse
Cellular Abuse
Damage from childhood trauma is not only psychological.
Mark Hollmer
Researcher has linked abuse with faster aging.
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Transformers
Transformers
NIH grant jump-starts stem cell research at Rhode Island Hospital.
Rebecca Kaufman '11
Rhode Island Hospital receives $11 million for stem cell biology researc ...
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That's Fast
That's Fast
New computer leaves others in the dust.
Richard Lewis
What is the size of six refrigerators and is six times more energy efficient ...
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Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo
The future medical school has a rich past.
Mark Hollmer
Alpert Medical School’s first dedicated home.
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