No Small Plans
Susan Quaggin’s leadership in nephrology brings kidney research into the future.
From the earliest changes in brain chemistry to novel approaches for clinical care, Northwestern scientists investigate a model spectrum of this devastating disease.
Brain, Heart, & Courage
A risky, life-saving brain surgery calls for a novel plan.
Designed for Discovery
The opening of the Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center ushers in a new era of accelerated scientific discovery.
Northwestern Medicine expresses its condolences to the families and friends of the following alumni (listed in order of their graduation year) and faculty who have recently passed away. All are in 2019 unless specified. ALUMNI Jean J. Austin, ’43 MD, of Marco Island, Fla., died Feb. 6 Homer S. Arnold, ’49 MD, of Austin, Texas, […]
Summer 2019 1960s Theodore C. Ning, Jr., ’68 MD, was honored by the University of Colorado Medicine Alumni Association at the 2019 Silver and Gold Alumni Banquet. Ning received the Humanitarian Award in recognition for lifelong service to society, extraordinary service to community, and leadership through global and local service. 1970s Richard F. Gillum, ’70 […]
Supporting the Next Generation of Physicians Medical student scholars and Feinberg leadership expressed their gratitude to generous alumni, faculty, and friends who support scholarships during the annual Commitment to Scholarships Luncheon held this spring at the Ritz-Carlton in Chicago. “We remain eternally grateful as each year our scholarship donors continue to provide support while new […]
Perspective: A Commitment to Global Health
Reminiscing with classmates during our recent 50-year reunion reignited the ideals that took hold during my formative years as an undergraduate student on Northwestern’s Evanston campus and stemmed all the way to my graduation as a doctor of medicine in 1969. Little did I realize on graduation day how much more I would still learn […]
President’s Message: Engaging with the MAAB
A letter from Rishi Reddy, ’00 MD (HPME) Hello Feinberg alumni! We celebrated Alumni Weekend 2019 in Chicago with the class of 1969. I was proud to announce the members of that class who were present, including our alumni board’s own Gary Rusk, ’69 MD, who chairs the Philanthropy Committee. My goal over the next […]
Lydia Pleotis Howell, MD, ’81, has been shepherding the field of cytopathology through shifting technologies and workforce trends for more than two decades. Back in 1995, Howell served as the principal investigator of an FDA validation trial of an Automated Cytologic Preparation Process and Interactive Screening System (AutoCyte). The system used early versions of artificial […]
A New Home for Discovery
The June 17th dedication of the Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center marked the official opening of the largest new research building in the United States. A capacity crowd of Northwestern leadership, trustees, faculty, staff, friends, and supporters gathered to usher in a new era of scientific discovery. Following the opening dedication, […]
Meet the Class of 2019
As Roey Fuller, ’19 MD, ’19 MBA, prepared to cross the stage and receive her diploma, she thought back to those who supported her during her Feinberg journey. “There were definitely moments when I questioned myself, especially as a new mom. But I am so proud to be able to say that I made it, […]
Faculty Awards & Honors
Learn about the recent achievements of Feinberg School of Medicine faculty and leaders.
Innovation Accelerating Discovery and Care
There is no better time than now to contemplate the extraordinary potential for Northwestern Medicine’s future. This year, several focused investments have become a reality and will establish new platforms for accelerating innovation to advance our clinical, research, and teaching missions. We believe innovation thrives at the intersection of people, processes, and technology. Today, we […]
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Conference Explores Epigenetics
Feinberg recently welcomed some of the biggest names in science to campus, partnering with Nature Genetics and Nature Medicine to host the Chicago Science 2019: Epigenetics and Genome Editingconference. The conference, held June 12 through 14, was one of the first events hosted at the Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center. Both leaders in the field and […]