In this issue:
- A fallen student’s endearing legacy
Mila Rainof’s embrace of others has inspired an enduring memorial at the medical school.
- A theory abandoned but still compelling
Paul MacLean’s triune brain theory. – By Peter Farley
- Mapping the future of medicine
With the largest grant ever, Yale is assembling resources to help clinical scientists focus on ideas—and leave the red tape to others. – By Jill Max
- Is the straight road too narrow?
Demands for cures and a flat NIH budget are putting pressure on scientists to produce findings that go right to the bedside. Still, there’s value in finding what you’re not looking for. – By Pat McCaffrey
- A life’s work on Indonesia
Even as a medical student, Kinari Webb knew where she wanted to practice medicine. Now, she and her ecologist husband are working to bring health care to Borneo—while preserving the rain forest. – By Jill Max