Inside the Gate
  Views from Campus
An Energizing Enterprise
Faculty of Medicine and Medical Center: Deep Roots, Endless Skies
  • A New Era of Medical Research at AUB
    MainGate meets ten core researchers whose work in areas ranging from neonatal health to osteoporosis is redefining some of the important health care issues in the Middle East.

  • A Healthier Health Care System
    The practice of intermarriage within families is common but dangerous. AUBís Abu-Haidar Neuroscience Institute is providing an unprecedented level of education and care for potentially devastating neurogenetic diseases.

  • Rx for Success
    If you canít be the first in fetal echocardiology and coil embolization, whatís the point? At AUB, the first medical school in Lebanon and Syria continues to set the bar for medical advances in the region.

  • In Our History
    The Story of AUHís Life-Saving Vaccine and the Cholera Epidemic of 1947. In late September 1947, a virulent strain of cholera caused an epidemic in Egypt that threatened to spread.† With an acute lack of vaccine in Lebanon, AUBís hospital quickly set about producing enough serum for all of Lebanon and Syria.
Waterbury Promotes Role of American Universities in Mid-East
Intel-sponsored telemedicine project launched between AUBMC and Nabatiyeh
Olayan School of Business launches its Strategic Leadership Executive Program
Elected to the AAP: Dr. Fuad Ziyadeh
Alumni Profiles: A Century of Changing Lives
  Yusuf Hitti was a prominent internist, teacher, and hospital administrator who served his country and his profession throughout a long life.
"AUB in 1948" - excerpts of President Stephen B. L. Penrose Jr.'s article for the Whitman Alumnus magazine
  My father, the late Stephen B. L. Penrose Jr., was the fourth president of AUB (1948-54).
Spring 2007 Vol. V, No. 3
Winter 2007 Vol. V, No.2
Alumni Profile
Maingate Connections
Alumni Happenings
Class Notes
AUB Reflections
WAAAUB Election Results
In Memoriam
From the Editors
Letters to the Editors
Campaign Update