ACP advocates for gender equity for physicians

Jack Ende Susan Thompson Hingle
NEW ORLEANS — ACP recently published a position paper in Annals of Internal Medicine offering recommendations on how to promote and achieve gender equity in compensation and career advancement within the medical profession.
In a press briefing at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting, ACP leaders, including Jack Ende, MD, president of ACP, Susan Thompson Hingle, MD, chair of ACP’s Board of Regents, Darilyn Moyer, MD, executive VP and CEO of ACP, and Sue S. Bornstein, MD, chair of ACP’s Health and Public Policy Committee, discussed (Read more...)

Amazing New Microscope Looks Deep Through Cells in Living Tissues

A team of researchers from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard, Stony Brook, Caltech, and UC Berkeley have developed a remarkable new microscope for looking at living cells in 3D still inside the body. The microscope relies on a technique dubbed as lattice light-sheet microscopy, which involves passing a plane of light through tissue repe (Read more...)

Amazing New Microscope Looks Deep Through Cells in Living Tissues

A team of researchers from Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard, Stony Brook, Caltech, and UC Berkeley have developed a remarkable new microscope for looking at living cells in 3D still inside the body. The microscope relies on a technique dubbed as lattice light-sheet microscopy, which involves passing a plane of light through tissue repe (Read more...)