BUSM This Week                                                           July 31, 2016
News news
 
A newly identified requirement of a modified human protein in ebolavirus (EBOV) replication, may unlock the door for new approaches to treating Ebola.
 



Rhoda Alani, MD, explains how the Dermatology Residency Training Program at BUSM emphasizes support in the transition from trainee to junior faculty member through an extended commitment to the institution. 



The professor of pharmacology & experimental therapeutics and neurology recently received the Alzheimer's Association's Inge Grundke-Iqbal Award for Alzheimer's Research.


In the Media inthemedia
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BBC

What We Learnt from Reading People's Dreams
 
Patrick McNamara, PhD
 
Harvard Business Review
 
Research: Narcissists Don't Like Flat Organizations
 
Alex Jordan, PhD
WBUR CommonHealth

Vaping Is Cool, Smoking Is Not: Could Rise Of Teen E-Cig Use Have An Upside?
 
Avrum Spira, MD
Faculty ActionFacultyAction
 
A search is underway to fill the Director of the Office of Medical Education who will also serve as an Assistant Dean to the Office of Academic Affairs. Learn more.




Are you planning to submit a Career Development Award (K01, K08 or K23) in early 2017? The CTSI is accepting applications for Bench and Clinical Investigators through Aug. 1. Contact Sharon Tomlinson at  stomlin@bu.edu for more information. 


Join CTSI Pilot Program Director, Rick Ruberg, MD and former Pilot awardees to learn more about this program and the upcoming Fall 2016 RFA .

Wednesday, August 3, 9:30 - 11:00 AM
Registration deadline: August 1
. Learn more.
   
Events Events
Please visit the  calendar  for a full listing of grand rounds, lectures and events for this week.

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