Michelle Jacobs, MS, CGC, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Genetic Medicine, has been selected as this year's recipient of the Department of Medicine’s Faculty Quality Improvement Award. Michelle’s project, “Using Tumor Findings to Increase Appropriate Referrals for Germline Genetic Testing”, was selected from a pool of
Payal Patel, MD speaks with Elaine Quijano at CBS News about the road ahead to getting more people vaccinated and the importance of talking to friends and family who are hesitant to get the vaccine about their concerns.
Megan Shetty Joseph, MD, Abhijit Naik, MBBS, Raviprasenna Parasuraman, MBBS and Nicole Martin Bhave, MD find that right ventricular dilation and dysfunction are associated with adverse outcomes following Renal Transplant.
Keith Kaye, MD, MPH and Adam Lauring, MD, PhD receive the College of Engineering Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence Award for their collaborative efforts in developing methods for disinfecting N95 masks in 2020.
Charles Schuler, MD, James Baldwin, MD, James Baker, MD & colleagues find that antibody testing, even rapid screening methods like finger pricks, can be effective testing tools & can predict a prior COVID19 infection.
Dinesh Khanna, MBBS, MSc and David Roofeh, MD lead a phase 3 clinical trial which finds an anti-inflammatory drug used in rheumatoid arthritis can preserve lung function in patients with systemic sclerosis.