Boston University News Releases


28th October, 2011
Naval War College President To Speak at 29TH Annual Boston University Joint-Service ROTC Pass-in-Review (Boston) — Cadets from Boston University’s Army, Navy and Air Force ROTC programs will present colors to Rear Adm. John N. Christenson, president of the U.S. Naval War College, at the 29th annual BU Joint-Service Presidential Pass-in-Review ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 starting...
20th October, 2011
Local Physician Honored for Medical Contributions in US and Armenia (Boston) –Richard Babayan, MD, was honored recently by the Armenian American Health Professional Organization (AAHPO) for his exceptional contributions to medicine in both the United States and in Armenia. The award was presented by Dr. Aram Chobanian, former dean of Boston University School of...
20th October, 2011
Robert Spangenberg Rejoins BU Law School Faculty (Boston) — Robert L. Spangenberg, a pioneering champion of legal rights for the poor and advisor to states and bar associations on the subject of legal aid for the indigent, is returning to the Boston University School of Law faculty after four successful decades of working to improve the...
19th October, 2011
BUSM RECEIVES $13.6M GRANT TO DEVELOP TOOLS FOR THE EARLY DETECTION OF LUNG CANCER (Boston) – Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) is the lead institution on a $13.6 million study aimed at developing novel technologies for the early detection of lung cancer. The five-year multi-site, multi-phase study that will focus on active military personnel and veterans is funded...
7th October, 2011
BUSM Study Finds More Rehospitalization, Emergency Visits in Patients with Substance Use Disorders (Boston) - According to a new study conducted by researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), people diagnosed with substance use disorders are more likely to be re-admitted to the hospital within 30 days of their discharge than patients who do not have a substance abuse disorder....
4th October, 2011
Study Finds Non-English Speaking Head and Neck Cancer Patients Have Significantly Worse Ooutcomes (Boston) - Researchers from Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that among advanced head and neck cancer (HNC) patients receiving radiation-based treatment (RT), being non-English speaking (NES) was a more significant predictor of treatment outcome...