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Leveraging Cell Mechanosensitivity From Exercise Could Lead to New Strategies for Treating Osteoporosis and Obesity

March 15, 2019

Maya Styner, MD, and Janet Rubin, MD recently contributed to an article in Nature Reviews that considers how leveraging cell mechanosensitivity from exercise may help combat osteoporosis and obesity. The article recognizes that key regulatory signals are generated during exercise which are mechanical in nature and considers how signals arise from the activity, first perceived … Continued

Planned Gift Will Support Training and Education in Hematology

February 27, 2019

Many people leave their estate to family members, but without children of her own, Dr. Alice Ma says she’ll be leaving her estate where her heart is, with the hematology fellows, a group she fondly considers her own. Dr. Ma’s bequest will go to training in nonmalignant hematology.

Featured Administrator: Joanna Herath in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

February 27, 2019

Administrators in the department of medicine ensure that division operations are managed efficiently and effectively, to support faculty, staff, and trainees in their pursuit of education, research and clinical care. Their services focus on achieving continuous improvement in the quality and the value of our work, for those we support and the patients we serve.