Boston University News Releases


29th January, 2010
Boston University College of Fine Arts presents Boston University Tanglewood Institute Benefit Concert: A Tribute to Doriot Anthony Dwyer (Boston) – The Boston University Tanglewood Institute, a program of the School of Music at the Boston University College of Fine Arts, will honor Doriot Anthony Dwyer in a concert on Tuesday, February 16 at 7:30pm in the CFA Concert Hall. Dwyer is the former principal flute of the Boston Symphony...
26th January, 2010
Boston University College of Fine Arts presents the BU Opera Institute and BU Chamber Orchestra in Mozart’s Così fan tutte (Boston) –The Boston University School of Music and School of Theatre will collaborate once again in a production of Mozart’s comic opera Cos꟦an tutte, February 18-21 on the mainstage of the Boston University Theatre. Loosely translated “that’s the way it is,” Cos꟦an tutte challenges...
26th January, 2010
Haitian Physician Recieves William A. Hinton Award (Boston) - Boston resident Michele David, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, an immigrant from Haiti, has received the 2010 William A. Hinton Award. David was selected by Public Health Commissioner Dr. John Auerbach to receive this award in recognition of her many years of activism, commitment to public health...
26th January, 2010
Study suggests when dealing with fungi, it’s best to attack from both sides (Boston) – Each year, 83,000 life-threatening fungal infections cost us $2.6 billion. And this number will only go up as HIV infection, cancer chemotherapy, and organ transplants bump up the immune-compromised population where these fungi thrive. Or maybe not.
26th January, 2010
The Boston University School of Theatre and Dance Program present Aurora Borealis 8: A Festival of Light and Dance (Boston)- The Boston University School of Theatre, in collaboration with the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, presents the eighth annual Aurora Borealis: A Festival of Light and Dance. Judith Chaffee and Micki Taylor-Pinney are once again co-directing the production that will...
26th January, 2010
Haitian Physician Recieves William A. Hinton Award (Boston) - Boston resident Michele David, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP, an immigrant from Haiti, has received the 2010 William A. Hinton Award. David was selected by Public Health Commissioner Dr. John Auerbach to receive this award in recognition of her many years of activism, commitment to public health...
25th January, 2010
Renowned Opera Singer Grace Bumbry to Speak at Boston University (Boston) – The Friends of the Libraries of Boston University will host an evening with renowned opera singer Grace Bumbry on Wednesday, January 27, 2010. Bumbry gained international recognition when she was cast in the German Bayreuth Festival in 1961, at age 24, and was the festival’s first ever...
25th January, 2010
Boston Medical Center's Chief And Chair Of Emergency Medicine Receives Above And Beyond Award (Boston) - Jonathan Olshaker, MD, chief and chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), has received the Above and Beyond Award, presented by the Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Department. The award...
25th January, 2010
Boston University School of Music announces Visiting Artist Residency: Grace Bumbry (Boston) – Renowned soprano and Boston University alumna Grace Bumbry will be in residence at the BU School of Music January 25-29. She will hold private master classes and individual coaching sessions with students throughout the week, and a free public master class, at which she will work with...
25th January, 2010
BUSM Researchers Discover Pathway Responsible For Epigenetic Memory During Breast Cancer Progression (Boston) - Researchers from the Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have determined how the TGFβ-Smad signaling pathway, which is over activated in late-stage cancers, is responsible for the “epigenetic memory” that maintains unique patterns of regulatory DNA hypermethylation causing...
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