Samuel Stupp, PhD, has discovered how to control the collective motion of more than 100,000 “dancing” molecules within a nanofiber — a strategy that has the potential to reverse spinal cord injuries and more.
Robert Murphy, MD, leads research and education initiatives around the world while combating COVID-19 misinformation closer to home.
Outsmarting a Trickster
Feinberg scientists discovered that herpesviruses perform a sneaky maneuver to hide within the nervous system for life.
Healthy Mother, Healthy Child
Northwestern Medicine goes the extra mile to support people with high-risk pregnancies.
Building for Tomorrow
Harold “Hal” Paz, MD, MS, ’86 GME, leads with an eye toward personalized health.
Sunsets, Sunrises, and Our Loved Ones
A letter from the Medical Alumni Association Board (MAAB) president
Following in Dad’s Footsteps
An interview with David Sanderson, ’55, ’58 MD
Sharing news, accomplishments, and important milestones from the alumni of the Feinberg School of Medicine.
DeBacker Scholarship Inspires Future Primary Care Physicians
In 2009, Noel DeBacker, MD, ’80 ’82 GME, and a team of his patients decided to help reverse the looming shortage of primary care physicians in the United States.
Bringing Northwestern Medicine Closer to Patients
A new hospital affiliation, expanded community partnerships, new clinical locations and an expanded relationship with Northwestern University to provide care for students and athletes are just some of the highlights of Northwestern Medicine’s 2021 efforts to make world-class health care more accessible.
Northwestern Selected as Home for Journal of Clinical Investigation
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has been selected to serve as the home of the Journal of Clinical Investigation for its next five-year term, and Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD, has been elected as the journal’s next editor-in-chief.
Northwestern Scientists Explore Impacts of Genomic Variation in Disease
Northwestern is part of the Impact of Genomic Variation on Function (IGVF) Consortium, a $185 million NIH project that will explore the millions of genetic variants that cause disease around the world.
Faculty Awards & Honors
Learn about the recent achievements of Feinberg School of Medicine faculty and leaders.