BUSM  This Week     
April 9, 2017
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Wolf is the first neurologist to receive the American Heart Association's highest honor.

Lee Wetzler, MD, and his team have discovered a protein they believe would help make vaccinations more effective and provide protection from other diseases, such as cancer.

Priya Shankar piloted Girls Health Champions in India, a program that trains girls as peer health educators in their schools and communities.
In the Media inthemedia

Darrell Kotton, MD

Robert Cantu, MA, MD, FACS, FACSM

John Renner, MD


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Take a look at the different locations on campus for mediation and prayer.

Click here for parking and transportation information for Monday, April 17.
Faculty Actionfacultyaction

The two-day workshop, held in August at BU's Questrom School of Business, focuses on developing the leadership skills of some of our most promising junior faculty.

Nominations  are due by Friday, April 21. 

April 10: Staff Appreciation Event

Monday, April 10
Noon-2 p.m.
Instructional Building, L110
BUSM students would like to thank staff members for their hard work throughout the year in supporting their medical school experience. Celebrate with snacks and refreshments!  Contact Chase Khan with any questions. 

Thursday April 13
11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Talbot Green

Come learn more about how you can get involved with sustainability and climate action efforts on and off campus!

Please visit the  calendar  for a full listing of grand rounds, lectures and events for this week.
Save the DateSavetheDate

Tuesday, April 18
3-5 p.m.
Instructional Building, Hiebert Lounge
Medical Campus faculty, postdocs, students and staff working on Global Health research are invited to a roundtable to explore synergistic and networking opportunities.

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Wednesday, April 26
Noon-1 p.m.
Evans Building, Keefer Auditorium

David McAneny, MD, will discuss "A Heritage of Advancing Excellence in Surgery." 

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