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BROWN UNIVERSITY'S vision for Rhode Island health care would put Women and Infants and Butler under Lifespan's management. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Brown University vision for R.I. health care would gather specialty hospitals...

PROVIDENCE — Brown University’s vision of health care in Rhode Island would concentrate all the state’s specialty hospitals under Lifespan Corp.’s management after their...
DR. KRISTEN A. MATTESON was recently named director of the Division of Research for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island. / COURTESY WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL

Five Questions With: Dr. Kristen A. Matteson

Dr. Kristen A. Matteson, of Barrington, recently named director of the Division of Research for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Warren Alpert Medical...
DR. ERICA HARDY has been named director of the Women’s Infectious Disease Consult Service at Women & Infants Hospital in Providence. / COURTESY WOMEN & INFANTS HOSPITAL

Hardy named director of Women’s Infectious Disease Consult Service at Women...

PROVIDENCE – Dr. Erica Hardy of Pawtucket has been named director of the Women’s Infectious Disease Consult Service at Women & Infants Hospital of...

Brown president urges R.I. to embrace Brown-Prospect CNE merger instead of...

PROVIDENCE — Brown University President Christina Paxson says Rhode Island should reject Boston-based Partners HealthCare’s proposed acquisition of Care New England in favor of the...
IMMUNOLOGY ENGINEERING BIOTECH firm EpiVax will use Small Business Innovation Research funding to develop a Tregitrope-biotherapeutic intended to restore immunological balance in Graves’ disease patients.

New EpiVax innovation could target Graves’ disease

PROVIDENCE — The first target of immunology engineering biotech firm EpiVax Inc.’s latest antigen-specific therapies? Graves’ disease, an auto-immune condition that results in hypothyroidism.Current...
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JWU, RIDOH lead state efforts in food sustainability, waste and recovery

Rhode Island chefs and food purveyors are well-known for working with local farmers to source sustainable ingredients. The next steps in this food evolution...

AARP Rhode Island honors Zarlengo for community service

PHIL ZARLENGO, CEO of MRM Inc., was recently honored by AARP Rhode Island with the 2017 AARP Rhode Island Andrus Award for Community Service,...
BROWN UNIVERSITY Thursday surpassed the halfway mark of its $3 billion BrownTogether fundraising goal. /PHOTO COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Brown passes halfway mark in $3B fundraising effort

PROVIDENCE - Brown University’s BrownTogether campaign, which aims to raise $3 billion toward multiple academic goals, has passed the midway mark, according to a...
THIS HOUSE ON Waterman Street in Providence is one of five historic buildings Brown University is looking to demolish or move to make room for a new performing arts center. The Providence City Plan Commission is expected to vote on the university's proposal Jan. 16. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE PRESERVATION SOCIETY

City Plan Commission to hear Brown proposal to demolish, move buildings

PROVIDENCE – A proposal by Brown University to demolish or relocate five historic buildings to make room for a new performing arts center between Angell and...
BROWN UNIVERSITY’S JONATHAN M. NELSON CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP will move into three floors of a new building on Thayer Street in Providence next year.

Brown entrepreneurship center readies for new home

PROVIDENCE – Brown University’s Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship is looking ahead to having a new home all its own, on Thayer Street...
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