Boston University News Releases


18th December, 2007
Significant Changes in Plastic Surgery Expected in 2008 Boston, MA--Disappointed with results from the last few years’ much ballyhooed “lunch hour” and “weekend” cosmetic surgery procedures, people interested in facial rejuvenation are expected to pursue more reliably effective approaches in 2008. According to Jeffrey Spiegel, MD, chief...
13th December, 2007
Boston University Athletes Present Local Elementary School Students with the Holiday Gift of Reading Boston - For the 10th consecutive year, Boston University student athletes are reaching out to area elementary schools to provide first and second-graders with the holiday gift of reading. Through this program, 285 student athletes are reading to 1,000 children in the Allston, Brighton, Chinatown...
10th December, 2007
Boston Medical Center Appoints New Cardiologist (Boston) – David Litvak, MD, has been appointed to the position of attending cardiologist in the Division of Cardiology at Boston Medical Center (BMC). Litvak received his medical degree from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, NY and completed a fellowship in cardiology...
7th December, 2007
Please Join Us For A Special Screening Of The Compelling Documentary: Mountains of Hope Monday, December 10, 2007 7:00 PM Coolidge Corner Theatre @ 290 Harvard Street in Brookline Tickets ($10) are available for purchase at the Coolidge Corner Theatre box office or website: www.coolidge.org/node/1407 Lesotho, a mountainous kingdom in Sub-Saharan...
3rd December, 2007
Opera News Editor and Acclaimed Biographer Brian Kellow To Speak at Boston University Boston – On December 5, the Friends of the Libraries at Boston University, together with the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, will host an evening featuring highly regarded biographer and Opera News editor Brian Kellow. He will discuss his life and career, as well as sign copies of his new...
3rd December, 2007
Boston University School of Public Health Receives $2.5 Million Grant to Improve Emergency Preparedness in Greater Boston (Boston) - Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) has received a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to coordinate an effort to improve emergency and disaster response among public health and medical care providers throughout Boston and the...