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Juliann Althoff, M.D., an Ohio native, has returned to Dayton to continue assisting in research and to oversee operations for the Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton (NAMRU-D). The organization's mission is to optimize the readiness, performance, and survivability of operational forces through environmental health effects, toxicology, and aerospace medical research and development. 
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Education

 

Mortality and morbidity conferences, which are departmental reviews of cases with less-than-ideal outcomes, have long been a part of medical education in nearly every specialty. They serve as a natural stage for the examination of systematic inequities in health care. 
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Research

 

In April 2021, a 4-year-old underwent a novel brain surgery at Dayton Children’s Hospital. With four catheters inserted through the little boy’s skull, the surgeon injected into his brain a fluid containing over 37 trillion viral particles, each containing DNA for a human gene, a first-of-its-kind experimental gene therapy for Canavan disease.
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Announcements

The American Medical Association national conference, ChangeMedEd, accepted a poster by Wright State researchers discussing a virtual symposium.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Ngozi F. Anachebe, Pharm.D, M.D., FACOG, to the position of Vice Dean for Educational Affairs at Boonshoft School of Medicine, effective October 18, 2021.

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Monday, February 26 to Friday, March 1, 2024
Wednesday, February 28, 2024, Noon to 1 pm
Monday, March 11, 2024, Noon to 1 pm

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2024 Boonshoft School of Medicine Outstanding Alumnus

James Augustine, M.D., ’83
James Augustine is an emergency physician and a clinical professor in Wright State's Department of Emergency Medicine.

Boonshoft School of Medicine accepting applications for Horizons in Medicine through May 10

Offered by Wright State’s Boonshoft School of Medicine, the Horizons in Medicine program helps local high school students begin to prepare for careers in science and health care.

Wright State honors outstanding faculty at inaugural research awards event

Wright State faculty were honored with the Outstanding Scholarly and Creative Activities Awards and the Public Impact Recognition Awards.

Path to Health Professions Day to introduce students to health care careers

Premier Health executive, Miami Valley Hospital chief medical officer and Wright State Boonshoft School of Medicine alum to give keynote address
High school and college students can explore health care programs and careers on President’s Day during Wright State’s annual Path to Health Professions Day.