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The Italian Renaissance: How Art Impacted Anatomy

The Italian Renaissance: How Art Impacted Anatomy By: Dr. Manisha Hansda The Renaissance is a period in Europe from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century…

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Do Vaccines cause autism

Do Vaccines Cause Autism?

By:  Dr. Gabriel Andrade Every once in a while I hear the claim that vaccines and autism are related. This needs some clarification.   For…

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The Primacy of Non-Maleficence in Medical Ethics

By: Dr. Gabriel Andrade, Lecturer of Behavioral Science With some oversimplification, it could be argued that Medical Ethics is about balancing four main principles, long…

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Childhood Obesity: A Global Menace

By: Dr. Fidelis Nwachukwu, Lecturer of Microbiology   WHO, the World Health Organization, defines obesity as “abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that present a risk…

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Xavier Class of 2018 Graduation Ceremony

On Saturday, June 16th, 2018, Xavier University School of Medicine held its eleventh Graduation Ceremony. This year’s festivities took place at St. John’s University in…

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The Anatomage Table

By: Dr. Segie Apacible and Dr. Gil Apacible   The XUSOM Anatomy Department is excited to announce the addition of a new, high tech, teaching…

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Teaching Learning Methods: Traditional vs. Modern vs. Peer-Assisted Learning

By: Dr. Gopikumar Shivaramaiah   A dream for every medical student is to pursue their medical degree with flying colors. The medical profession is not…

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Conducting Research with Students: A Faculty Member’s Perspective

By: Dr. Kevin Pawlak, Ph.D   Recently, I had the privilege of working on a research project with my colleague Dr. Jonathan Lambo, and a…

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