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August 20 2017
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Congratulations to the PA Class of 2017! The second class of the Physician Assistant Program graduated on Thursday, Aug. 17.

Twenty-five students have been elected membership in Alpha Omega Alpha.

Men who undergo testosterone treatment may experience fewer urinary symptoms such as frequent urination, incomplete bladder emptying, weak urinary stream and waking up at night to urinate.

His study will focus on developing models for smarter artery care.
In the Mediainthemedia

Elizabeth Pearce, MD, MSc

5-ARI May Have Adverse Metabolic Effects

Abdulmaged Traish, PhD

Do you schedule space on the Medical Campus for academic or social events? Learn how to use the new web-based software, 25Live.

Aug. 21: Tapas and Salsa Dancing Social
Presented by GMS and MISO

Monday, Aug. 21
6 p.m.
Tapas: Estragon, 700 Harrison Ave.
Dancing: Blackstone Community Center, 50 W. Brookline St.

Join the Minority and International Scientists Organization (MISO) for tapas and salsa dancing! This event will start off at Estragon at 6 p.m., followed by dancing at the Blackstone Community Center. All are welcome! Email miso@bu.edu to RSVP.
Please visit the  calendar  for a full listing of grand rounds, lectures and events for this week.
Save the Datesavethedate

Wednesday, Oct. 4
3:30-5:30 p.m.
Instructional Building, Hiebert Lounge

The second annual event, hosted the BUSM Alumni Association, will focus on the history of Solomon Carter Fuller, and includes an interactive panel discussion on "Microaggressions: Hidden Messages That Hurt."

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