BUSM  This Week     
July 30, 2017
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110 NFL Brains

A study led by corresponding author Ann McKee, MD, finds 99 percent of deceased former NFL players had CTE. Hundreds of outlets worldwide covered this news, which appeared in JAMA. See additional coverage examples below. 
Gregory A. Grillone, MD, FACS, has been named the M. Stuart Strong and Charles W. Vaughan Professor and Chair of the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, effective immediately.

The goal is to increase diversity of health care professionals across the city.
In the Mediainthemedia
CTE Center
"Study of 111 Deceased Former NFL Players Finds 99 Percent Had CTE" was reported by news outlets around the world. Following are examples of the coverage this JAMA paper received:

Mike Alosco, PhD

Ann McKee, MD

Ann McKee, MD

Jesse Mez, MD, MS

Caroline Apovian, MD

Joshua Safer, MD
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