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BUSM and Boston Medical Center's Dr. Renee Boynton-Jarrett makes the case in a new PBS documentary to reframe the debate about what American society can do to ensure a strong start for every infant.
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BUSM and Boston Medical Center's Dr. William Adams teamed up with Boston University College of Engineering's Yannis Paschalidis to build a piece of software that could automatically flag patients at increased risk for medical emergencies by using data from their electronic health records.
Big Data Meets Healthcare—Bill Adams, a physician and medical informatician, and Yannis Paschalidis, a data scientist and engineer, are working together to use data from electronic health records to reduce preventable hospitalizations and cut health care costs. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi ...
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The Massachusetts Life Sciences Center awarded BU and Boston Medical Center $1,740,000 to launch an expansive Lung Regeneration Initiative, as part of the Center for Regenerative Medicine (the CReM), to clinically apply BU-led discoveries in stem cell research.
BU's Biomedical Laboratory and Clinical Sciences Program and BU's Business Innovation Center were also awarded grants.
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Who picks up the tab for science? For half a century, the government funded research. Times are changing. 
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BUSM and VA researchers find family stress and lack of support during deployment are associated with suicidal thoughts.
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BUSM is a major research institution for students interested in basic science, clinical investigation, or public health and health services
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Originally established in 1848 as the New England Female Medical College, and incorporated into Boston University in 1873, Boston University School of Medicine today is a leading academic medical center with an enrollment of more than 700 medical students and more than 800 masters and PhD students. Its 1,246 full and part-time faculty members generated more than $335 million in funding in the 2009-2010 academic year for research in amyloidosis, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, infectious disease, pulmonary disease and dermatology among others. The School is affiliated with Boston Medical Center, its principal teaching hospital, the Boston and Bedford Veterans Administration Medical Centers and 16 other regional hospitals as well as the Boston HealthNet.