If you didn’t have a chance to read the November 2016 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.
Dissecting e-learning tools
Having the opportunity to dissect during her undergraduate training inspired award-winning PhD Candidate Sonya Van Nuland to analyze the more modern ways of teaching clinical anatomy.
A rising star in cancer research
In this Q&A, we talk with Aaron Ward, PhD, about his path to success in academia, the enjoyment he gets from working with trainees, and why campaigns like Movember actually make an impact.
Advancing medical physics, one page at a time
In a collaborative effort, faculty members, trainees and alumni worked on the series Advances in Medical Physics, designed to offer findings in medical radiation science and technology.
Click here for a complete list of the stories and news in November.