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Spring 2014
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THE BEAT
Haiti to Hollywood
Haiti to Hollywood
Med student makes the Do Something Award finals.
Kris Cambra
Med student makes the Do Something Award finals.
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A Major Miner Discovery
A Major Miner Discovery
TB rates soar in African mining countries.
Justin O'Neill
A new study by a research team featuring Brown professor Mark Lurie.
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The Producer
The Producer
Neuroscientist has a Cannes-do attitude.
Adapted from “Today at Brown" by Janet Kerlin
Bookshelf
Bookshelf
Nurturning Children and Families: Building on the Legacy of T.B. Brazelton
Barry M. Lester, PHD, and Joshua D. Sparro, MD
Smallest State Scores Big
Smallest State Scores Big
NIH funds flow to RI.
Justin O'Neill
Rhode Island was the country’s fourth highest recipient of funding per resident ...
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Happy to Be Here
Happy to Be Here

Meet the Class
Meet the Class
Here's what MD'14 is made of.
On the Run
On the Run
Med students go from College Hill to Heartbreak Hill.
Justin O'Neill
Side Effects May Include...
Side Effects May Include...
What patients with depression aren't saying.
Justin O'Neill
Why are doctors failing to notice depression medication side effects?
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Focus on Your Work
Focus on Your Work
Program enables students to pursue a special area of interest.
A look at the Scholarly Concentrations Program.
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Mood Music
Mood Music
Using sound to mess with your head, scientifically.
Justin O'Neill
In Good Company
In Good Company
BioMed professor elected to AAAS
Kris Cambra
Anatomy of a Third-Year
Anatomy of a Third-Year
Meet Ed Cheung
Kris Cambra
Early Adopters
Early Adopters
Getting students hooked on research early on.
Wendy Y. Lawton
Women's Health
Women's Health
Developments at Women & Infants Hospital.
Justin O'Neill