BUSM  This Week     
October 29, 2017
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She will join the Office of Academic Affairs as Assistant Dean on Wednesday, Nov. 1.

BUSM has received more than $39 million in grant funding during the first quarter of FY18. To see new awards and renewals with more than $1 million in total anticipated costs, click here.

Cherry and his team aim to clarify the role that inflammation plays in Alzheimer's disease and CTE. 

Fourth-year students presented, "The Three Must-See Anesthesia History Sites in Boston," at the American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting.
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Andy Hyatt, '19 

Avrum Spira, MD

BU Employee Wellness invites you to join our community during the month of November to practice 
Three Good Things  together. This is a daily exercise to enhance your resilience and well-being.

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The Wing Tat Lee endowment supports collaborations between BUSM faculty members and faculty at a mainland Chinese university (with preference for Hong Kong). Deadline to apply is Monday, Nov. 27.

Click here to view the full RFA. 

Wednesday, Nov. 1
2:30-4 p.m.
Instructional Building, L109

Network with other research professionals and learn about the new CTSI initiatives, including the Research Professionals Network, Trial Innovation Network (TIN) and the R3 Program, as well as our Pilot Award Program and the GCRU. Hear success stories of BU/BMC researchers who have leveraged the CTSI services in the past.

Please visit the  calendar  for a full listing of grand rounds, lectures and events for this week.
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Wednesday, Nov. 15
7-9 p.m.
Museum of Science - Cahners Theater 

Learn what is possible now and what may be possible in the near future in Precision Medicine, aided by interdisciplinary research and Team Science, using examples of research from Alzheimer's Disease. Featuring Katya Ravid, DSc; Lindsay Farrer, PhD; Rhoda Au, PhD; and Alice Cronin-Golomb, PhD.

11/30: Memoirs of Boston City Hospital 

Thursday, Nov. 30
6-8 p.m.
Hiebert Lounge

Recount the history of Boston City Hospital as a force for innovation and public service since 1864. Speakers will share stories and artifacts from their days in BCH before it merged with University Hospital to become Boston Medical Center in 1996.
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