Boston University News Releases


26th September, 2000
Boston Medical Center Researcher to Chair Alzheimer's Association Board of Directors (Cambridge, Mass.) — The Massachusetts chapter of the national Alzheimer's Association has announced the election of Dr. Sanford Auerbach, Director of Behavioral Neurology at Boston Medical Center, as chairperson of its board of directors. He assumes the reins of one of the largest of the national...
25th September, 2000
Local Resident Receives Award From American Academy Of Otolaryngology-head And Neck Surgery (Boston, Mass.) — MA-Bridgewater resident Gregory A. Grillone, MD, FACS, an otolaryngologist at Boston Medical Center, was recently presented with the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery's Honor Award. This prestigious award is given to members in recognition of their volunteer...
25th September, 2000
Parental Eating Habits May Play Role in Development of Obesity in Children (Boston, Mass.) — According to researchers from Boston University School of Medicine, children whose parents display certain eating behaviors are at a greater risk for developing obesity than children whose parents do not display these behaviors. The study appears in the September issue of International...
14th September, 2000
Boston Medical Center Receives Award from the National Association for Women's Health (Boston, Mass.) — The Women's Health Group at Boston Medical Center, under the direction of Dr. Karen Freund, has received the prestigious Award for Excellence in Outstanding Comprehensive Services in Ambulatory Services from the National Association for Women's Health (NAWH). The award was presented...
12th September, 2000
Congress 2000 to Explore the Impact of Religion on a Diverse Society (Boston, Mass.) — College professors of religious and theological studies from around the world are gathering at Boston University September 11-15 to discuss the future of their subject. This comes at a time when the academic study of religion is astir with controversy; there is greater interest...
1st September, 2000
Arthur Cohn Producer, "One Day in September" Bio Producer Arthur Cohn has won six Academy Awards. His latest project, "One Day in September," focuses on the tragic events of the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, where Palestinian terrorists invaded the Olympic Village and massacred 11 Israeli athletes. The film won this year's Academy...
1st September, 2000
Boston University Hosts Screening of Arthur Cohn's Academy Award-winning Documentary "One Day in September" Six-time Academy Award Winning Producer Arthur Cohn to Introduce Film (Boston, Mass.) — Boston University will host a special screening of producer Arthur Cohn’s "One Day in September," a documentary detailing the massacre at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, on Thursday, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. "One Day in September," the winner of the 2000 Oscar for...