Features

  • Informing Policy

    Northwestern investigators leverage science to drive policy change.

  • Back to Life

    Minimally-invasive innovations achieve life-changing outcomes sooner.

  • While We Sleep

    The integral link between sleep, circadian rhythms, and human health

  • Data Detective

    Denise Scholtens, PhD, works with investigators to better understand data

Alumni News

  • In Memoriam

    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. ALUMNI John L. Thorsness, ’47 DDS, Spooner, Wisconsin, died July 1. William B. Spriegel, ’48 MD, Lake Forest, Illinois, died June 16. Chafick N. […]

  • Cooper Society at Society Olympics a few years ago (Brisson is in the front row, fourth from the left).

    The Impact of Academic Societies

    Q&A with Greg Brisson, MD, ’94 GME Ten years ago, a group of medical students approached FSM administration with a bold concept: Med students — already divided into four Colleges to provide them with a community that lasts throughout their education — could also benefit from networking with Colleges across the four years of medical […]

  • Alumni President’s Message: Mentoring Current Students

    A letter from Rishi Reddy, ’00 MD (HPME) Hello, Feinberg alumni! I hope everyone had a good summer. The Feinberg Class of 2023 has started classes, and your Medical Alumni Association Board has been busy continuing our different engagement and mentoring initiatives. Recently, we hosted the first “How to Interview for Residency/Medical School” events for […]

  • Joseph Iannotti ’79 MD, PhD

    Practicing Innovation

    Alumni Profile:Practicing Innovation Joseph Iannotti works to bring healthcare into the future. by BRIDGET M. KUEHN Joseph Iannotti ’79 MD, PhD, has big plans for Cleveland Clinic Florida. As chief academic and innovation officer at Cleveland Clinic, he’s looking to expand the institution’s academic footprint to make it a clinical and research powerhouse like its namesake […]

  • From left to right: Center for Global Cardiovascular Health director Mark Huffman, MD, MPH, ’11 GME; Institute for Global Health associate director Kate Klein, MA, MPH; Center for Global Surgery director Mamta Swaroop, MD; Center for Global Health Education co-director William R. Leonard, PhD; Institute for Global Health deputy director Robert Havey, MD; Institute for Global Health executive director Robert Murphy, MD, ’81 ’84 GME; Inter-Collaborative Council for Research and Education director Matt Glucksberg, PhD; Center for Global Oncology director Lifang Hou, MD, PhD; and Center for Global Health Education co-director Ashti Doobay-Persaud, MD.

    Giving

    Twelve Years of Global Impact Celebrating the New Institute for Global Health at Northwestern On September 25, more than 300 people came together to support Northwestern’s commitment to improving health worldwide during the 12th Annual Global Health Initiative (GHI) Benefit Dinner. The event, which followed the launch of the medical school’s new Institute for Global […]

  • Progress Notes

    Fall 2019 1940s Daniel Marshall, ’47 MD, was the 2018 recipient of the American College of Physicians’ Henry Gift Award. The award recognizes a Connecticut-based internist distinguished for a “lifetime of service to the care of patients and active participation in the local medical community.” Marshall retired in October 2018 after being in practice for […]

Campus News

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    Building a Premier Integrated Academic Health System

    Together, Northwestern Memorial HealthCare and Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine are building a premier integrated Academic Health System in service of Northwestern Medicine’s Patients First mission. Our dedicated team of physicians, scientists, nurses, staff, and students come together with a shared commitment to superior quality, patient safety, academic excellence, and scientific discovery. This collaborative […]

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    Incoming Medical Students Celebrate Founders’ Day

    “I’m very happy right now, it feels like I’ve finally made it,” said Hendryck Gellineau, a first-year medical student. “We’ve been driving through the back roads, and we just turned onto the on-ramp; I’m looking forward to the next four years.” Founders’ Day, an annual ceremony held August 9 this year, welcomes first-year medical students […]

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    Northwestern Hospitals Among the Best in Latest U.S. News Rankings

    Northwestern Memorial Hospital is recognized among the top 10 hospitals in the country and remains No. 1 in Chicago and Illinois. Four Northwestern Medicine hospitals have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report in its 2019-20 Best Hospitals rankings. Northwestern Memorial Hospital has again been recognized as one of the top hospitals in the […]

  • Training the Next Generation of Health Disparity Researchers

    Northwestern Medicine has been awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to prepare the next generation of scientists committed to research that improves minority health and reduces health disparities. The Northwestern University Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Training Program (NU-MHRT) will be funded by a five-year training grant from the National Institutes […]

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    Faculty Awards & Honors

    Learn about the recent achievements of Feinberg School of Medicine faculty and leaders.

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    Media Spotlight

    Find recent media coverage about Northwestern Medicine.