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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Feinberg School of Medicine. Northwestern has tried to limit the impact of the deficit on its research functions.

Unwithered by budget deficit, research remains the flagship of Northwestern

November 25, 2018

Research is central to Northwestern’s mission. Nearly a third of the budget is dedicated to it, and since the Great Recession, the University has invested in new buildings, infrastructure and equipment...

Feinberg Prof. Brian Mustanski

Feinberg professor aims to fill gaps in LGBT research with new institute

March 30, 2016

Despite last year’s landmark Supreme Court decision on marriage equality, the LGBT community continues to face unique health-related and psychological issues, said Feinberg Prof. Brian Mustanski. And...

Edward Schaeffer

New Feinberg urology chair to focus on cancer research, education

February 1, 2016

A childhood interest in biology and a fascination with the human body drew urologist Edward Schaeffer to a career in medicine. Schaeffer, who took over as the new chair of the department of urology...

NU is building the Louis A. Simpson and Kimberly K. Querrey Biomedical Research Center in the Chicago Campus with the aim of creating more research spaces for faculty, said Eric Neilson, vice president for medical affairs at the Feinberg School of Medicine. Feinberg is set to receive about $400 million out of the $620 million of Northwestern’s sponsored research funding.

NU research funding reaches new high of $620 million

November 13, 2015

This year, Northwestern’s sponsored research funding reached an all-time total of $620 million, representing a 4 percent increase from last year and a 63 percent increase in the past nine years alone. Approximately...

Former Feinberg Prof. Alice Dreger speaks to a group of Northwestern students and Evanston residents about her resignation in August. Dreger resigned over allegations that Feinberg censored a magazine she guest edited over a story involving a nurse performing oral sex on a recently-paralyzed man.

Former professor calls for University to apologize for censorship

October 1, 2015

Former Feinberg Prof. Alice Dreger, who resigned from her position after she said the University censored a faculty magazine, is calling for an official apology from the administration. “They need...

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