Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

Wake Forest School of Medicine - Bowman Gray Campus

Designed with the next generation of physician-leaders in mind, the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education provides the learning environments required by today’s diverse, technologically savvy students. From outpatient clinic to trauma center bay, this new building allows medical students to prepare for real-life experiences in the most modern of settings.

The Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education is located in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and is adjacent to 525@vine, home to Wake Forest Baptist’s Department of Physician Assistant Studies and its Nurse Anesthesia program.

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    Brain Volume Predicts Successful Weight Loss in the Elderly

    Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist believe they may have found a way to predict who will be successful in their weight-loss efforts with a quick, non-invasive brain scan.

    Brain Volume Predicts Successful Weight Loss in the Elderly
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    Wake Forest Baptist's AirCare Program Celebrates 30 Years

    AirCare, the air ambulance program of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is celebrating 30 years of treating and transporting critically ill and injured patients.

    From its first flight in 1986 to transport a child injured in an accident in Patrick County, VA, the men and women of AirCare have responded to around 20,000 calls from North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee and South Carolina.


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    Women Experience Marked Decline in Sexual Function in Months Immediately Before and After Onset of Menopause

    Women experience a notable decline in sexual function approximately 20 months before and one year after their last menstrual period, and that decrease continues, though at a somewhat slower rate, over the following five years, according to a study led by a researcher at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

    Women Experience Marked Decline in Sexual Function in Months Immediately Before and After Onset of Menopause
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    Brain Changes Seen in Youth Football Players Without Concussion

    Research conducted by Chris Whitlow, M.D., Ph.D., Radiology, and Joel Stitzel, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering, have found measurable brain changes in children after a single season of playing youth football, even without a concussion diagnosis, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology.

    Brain Changes Seen in Youth Football Players Without Concussion
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    Hot Flashes Making You Feel Like It’s Still Summer?

    Research conducted by Nancy Avis, Ph.D., Public Health Sciences, shows hot flashes can be reduced in frequency by almost half for about 50 percent of women over eight weeks of acupuncture treatment.

    Hot Flashes Making You Feel Like It’s Still Summer?
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