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Harvard Medical School

Medical School Hosts Opioid Crisis Symposium

“The need for action has never been more acute, and one of the fronts of the struggle is without a doubt, education and training,” Medical School Dean George Q. Daley ’82 said.

Awaiting Saravi
Politics

Awaiting Saravi

Professor Thomas M. Michel ’77, right, plays the accordion as he and others await the arrival of Iranian scientist Seyed S. S. Saravi at Logan International Airport Wednesday afternoon.

Protest Accordion
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Protest Accordion

Professor Thomas M. Michel ’77 plays his "protest accordion" as he awaits the arrival of Iranian scientist Seyed S. S. Saravi at Boston Logan International Airport Wednesday afternoon.

Gravestone
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Harvard's Habeas Corpus: Grave Robbing at Harvard Medical School

These bodies had been hidden, not by some sinister killer, but by the University’s very own employees, students, and faculty.

Saravi Speaks to the Press
Politics

Saravi Speaks to the Press

Iranian scientist Seyed S. S. Saravi speaks to the press after arriving at Boston Logan International Airport Wednesday afternoon. Saravi was barred from researching at Harvard for eight months by President Donald Trump’s first immigration ban.

Saravi Speaks to the Press
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After 8 Months, Iranian Scientist Barred By Trump Reaches Harvard

“Bans and restrictions make humans stronger,” Saravi said. “Now I am really stronger than before because I have passed many limitations, many restrictions.”

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Harvard Medical School

Medical School Raises $706 Million

Harvard Medical School has raised nearly $706 million since the public launch of its capital campaign in Nov. 2014.

Dr. S. Allen Counter
Student Groups

S. Allen Counter, Founding Director of Harvard Foundation, Dies at 73

Dr. S. Allen Counter, a neurology professor at Harvard Medical School and the director of the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations died Wednesday morning.

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Student Life

Medical School Takes Steps to Clarify Mental Health Policies

A survey of Medical School students found that one in five students screened positive for depression, and only one in five of those students reported that they had been treated.

Glass Concourse at Brigham Women's Hospital
Research

Brigham and Women’s to Buy Out 1,600 Employee Contracts

​Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital, will offer a voluntary contract buyout for 1,600 employees to downsize its staff amid increasing expenses.

Glass Concourse at Brigham Women's Hospital
Research

Brigham and Women’s Hospital to Pay $10 Million for Research Fraud Allegations

​Brigham and Women’s Hospital—a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital—will pay $10 million to resolve allegations of research fraud, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.

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Harvard Medical School

Medical School Instructor Wins Prestigious TED Prize

​Raj Panjabi, an instructor at Harvard Medical School, is the winner of the $1 million 2017 TED Prize.

The March for Science
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The March for Science

Marchers head down Huntington Avenue from the Longwood Medical Area to join Boston’s March for Science at Boston Common.

The March for Science
Research

Harvard Profs, Faust Join March for Science

“We march because our future depends on the future of science," said University President Drew G. Faust.

Harvard Medical School Quadrangle
Harvard Medical School

Thousands Enroll in Med School Course on Opioids

An online Harvard Medical School course that focuses on opioid abuse treatment and prevention has drawn over over 7,500 enrollees since its launch on March 27.