Current Issue
Spring 2014
BMM Current Issue
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THE BEAT
Away We Go
Away We Go
Medical School building officially under construction.
Kris Cambra
The Medical School is officially under construction.
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Before the Dust Settled
Before the Dust Settled
Doctors from Providence lend a hand in Port-au-Prince.
Eileen O'Gara-Kurtis
Doctors from Providence lend a hand in Port-au-Prince.
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Cellular Self-Help
Cellular Self-Help
Hope for tissue regeneration and cancer treatment.
Susan Hsia Lew '97
Hope for tissue regeneration and cancer treatment.
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Come Together
Come Together
Students and faculty in the sciences have a place of their own.
Richard C. Lewis
Live Longer and Thinner
Live Longer and Thinner
An enzyme holds the key.
Mark Hollmer/Susan Hsia Lew '97
Lords of the Dance
Lords of the Dance
Ain't no cure for the BioMed Boogie.
Anne Speyer/Brown Daily Herald
No Place Like Home
No Place Like Home
Hispanic seniors tend to live in lower-quality nursing homes.
Mark Hollmer
Power of the White Coat
Power of the White Coat
Students rally for health care reform.
Kris Cambra
Students rally for health care reform.
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Rite of Spring
Rite of Spring
Graduating students celebrate Match Day with friends and family.
Kris Cambra
They'll Pay for That
They'll Pay for That
Increased co-payments mean higher costs later for seniors.
Mark Hollmer/SHL
To Tube or Not To Tube?
To Tube or Not To Tube?
Ask the patient.
Mark Hollmer
University Diversity
University Diversity
BioMed invests in the demographics of tomorrow, today.
Susan Hsia Lew '97
BioMed invests in the demographics of tomorrow, today.
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Which One Is Top Dog?
Which One Is Top Dog?
This heart surgeon can tell you.
Susan Hsia Lew '97