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Baruch S. Blumberg Institute and XUSOM collaboration agreement

Baruch S. Blumberg Institute and XUSOM collaboration agreement

Xavier University School of Medicine is happy to announce that the University and the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute (BS/BI) have entered into a collaboration agreement…

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listening to the leader blog

Listen to the Leader, Jump In! Jump Out!

By: Dr. Vishal Saxena On a bright Saturday morning, the 4th day of August 2018, Xavier University School of Medicine had an innovative faculty development…

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Gut feelings

Gut Feelings

By: Dr. Lalit Mehra The term autonomic nervous system conjures up in our minds, an image of a set of nerves supplying the smooth muscles…

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CAAM-HP Accreditation Announcement

President Bhooplapur is excited to announce that Xavier University School of Medicine has earned the highest level of Accreditation from CAAM-HP.  CAAM-HP’s standards are based…

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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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