Features

  • Extending the Healthspan

    Northwestern’s new Potocsnak Longevity Institute aims to help people age healthier.

  • Transplant Transformer

    Satish Nadig, MD, PhD, plans to usher in a new era of technology in transplantation as director of Northwestern’s Comprehensive Transplant Center.

  • Unlocking the Human Proteome

    Northwestern scientists are leading the charge to sequence proteins the way the Human Genome Project sequenced genes and DNA.

  • The Right Care at the Right Time

    Whether it’s an acute cardiac episode or chronic unexplained shortness of breath, Northwestern Medicine’s cardiac teams have designed protocols for swift intervention.

Alumni News

  • On the Cusp

    David Holtzman, ’85 MD, is breaking new ground in identifying, treating, and preventing Alzheimer’s disease and other disorders that affect memory and thinking.

  • The Healing Power of Storytelling

    The Healing Power of Storytelling, written by Jennifer Pien, ’01 MD.

  • Alumnus Invests in Digital Health and Data Science

    Ed Wu, ’02 MD, has not had a traditional career in medicine since graduating from Feinberg. Instead, he has become an entrepreneur, combining his interests in medicine, data science, and technology to improve healthcare.

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    Find Your Eudaimonia

    A letter from the Medical Alumni Association Board (MAAB) president.

  • Progress Notes

    Sharing news, accomplishments, and important milestones from the alumni of the Feinberg School of Medicine.

Campus News

  • Ahead of the Curve

    In a remarkable place such as ours – a medical school designed for continuous learning, innovation, and discovery — looking ahead is central to our mission. The students we train today will advance to become leaders of the future; the knowledge we uncover here and now can develop into treatments and cures for generations to come.

  • Feinberg Among Top Medical Schools

    Feinberg has been recognized as one of the best medical schools in the nation, ranking 17th among research-oriented institutions, by U.S. News & World Report.

  • Celebrating Match Day 2022

    On Match Day, fourth-year medical students celebrated their success as they learned where they will spend the next three to seven years as residents.

  • Faculty Awards & Honors

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