Research News

The Department of Family Medicine at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University has a Division of Research, which is devoted

Brown Family Medicine Department News
ReisandNothnagle.jpgBrown Family Medicine Residency Welcomes International Authority in Medical Education Professor Shmuel Reis, an internationally known figure in medical education from the Technion University in Haifa , works collaboratively with the faculty and residents to create a new approach to training here at Brown. Originally on sabbatical to the Department in 2007-8, he now spends a few weeks a year in the Department of Family Medicine working on new programs for “advanced clinical mentoring”, residency curriculum redesign, and evaluations. Dr. Reis brings a wealth of experience and energy to the work . We look forward to his return in the spring.


Shoulder to Shoulder and the Brown Guachipilincito Partnership are excited about the construction of our brand new clinic in the village of Guachipilincito, (Guachi) Honduras.  This represents the first step in creating a facility for health care delivery in this impoverished community.

In an effort to raise funding, Shoulder to Shoulder will be holding its second annual fundraiser on November 2, 2009 from 6-9 pm at the Siena Cucina – Enoteca Restaurant, 5600 Post Road, East Greenwich, RI.  For more information, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

DrSalterFamily09final.jpgYou never know what will happen on your first day on the job – or your last days! Providence resident, Jason Salter, D.O., recently graduated on June 19th from the Family Medicine residency program at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island.


Eleven days prior Dr. Salter and his wife Karen welcomed their second son, Max Dale Salter, born at Memorial Hospital.

Amy McIntyre and Dave Anthony.jpgDr. David Anthony presented Amy McIntyre with two awards at the Annual Award Ceremony for the MD Class of 2009 also held on Friday May 22, 2009.

The first award Dr. Anthony presented to Amy was the John J. Cunningham Memorial Family Medicine Award. This award is given to the graduating medical student whose academic and clinical excellence, care, compassion and service to others best exemplifies the principles of family medicine.

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Alternative Medicine

Read about Brown Family Medicine's Center for Integrative Medicine
and the developing role of CAM - Complimentary and Alternative Medicine.


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