In his commencement keynote address, Eric Lander offered the graduating class a blueprint for revolutionary change in medicine.
In his HMS State of the School address on Alumni Day, Dean Jeffrey Flier reviewed the scope of the Medical School’s global impact.
Julio Frenk and other public health leaders pointed this year’s graduates toward ambitious dreams and practical efforts.
Bruce Donoff, dean of HSDM, emphasized the School’s new global oral health initiative and its focus on translational research in his State of the School address on Alumni Day.
Harlan Krumholz and other alums questioned the medical status quo, even though they are part of it.
After 25 years, Michael Myers and others from the Class of ’85 have dispersed around the country and the world, many of them serving neglected populations.
Class Day student speakers (from left) Lauren Gilstrap, Kiran Gupta, and Robert Tarby Jr. bid farewell to medical and dental school with humor and thoughtful reflections.
David Walton and others who answered the call to help Haiti after the devastating earthquake in January described that country’s immediate and longer-term needs, underscoring the School’s continuing commitment to the Haitian people.
Many of the victories of the War on Cancer have brought new challenges for biomedical and health policy research. Such was the focus of presentations by Nadine Tung (left), Charlie Fuchs and other faculty symposium panelists.
Keynote speaker Ichiro Kawachi, fellows and alums of Harvard’s minority health policy fellowship and related programs shared their research and experiences at the 2010 annual meeting.
The 2003 Medicare Modernization Act, which substantially reduced Medicare payments to physicians for administering outpatient chemotherapy drugs, has increased chemotherapy treatment rates among Medicare recipients.
Researchers have color-coded subsets of immune system T cells to see what really happens when an organ transplant is rejected (left) versus when it is tolerated (right).