BWH Research Day was held on Nov. 21. Read about highlights from the day, including the winner of the BWH BRIght Futures Prize.
The Global Health Summit provided a thought-provoking inside look at the important work being done in the global health arena.
A new initiative called Patient Progression strives to make sure that patients can be discharged when they are ready, which will free up beds more quickly for other patients.
Researchers study rare lung disease in young women.
Clinical teams show progress to reduce medical spending and improve the quality of care.
As a young primary care internist, Joseph Frolkis, MD, PhD, routinely observed what he coined as the “Columbo phenomenon.”
Partners HealthCare and its founding hospitals will form the Boston-Biomedical Innovation Center.
Elmi Muller spoke about the risks and complexities of transplanting HIV-positive patients in South Africa during the seventh annual Joseph Murray Visiting Professorship in Transplantation.
Richard S. Blumberg, MD; Barry Paw, MD, PhD, with Gordon Hildick-Smith; Sharon Curhan, MD, ScM
Distinguished BWH physician and former Medical Residency Programs director, Wolf has shaped the careers of more than 2,000 physicians.
An international symposium assembled at BWH to discuss heart disease.
The Lone Star State welcomed BWH star faculty at this year’s AHA conference.
With the holiday season upon us, what are some holiday traditions you partake in with family or friends?
Steven Ringer, MD; Cedric Priebe, MD; Thomas Sequist, MD, MPH; Carolyn E. Kloek, MD
Watch the construction progress in action.
Harvard Medical School establishes the HMS Department of Neurosurgery.
Guests gather to celebrate BWH Department of Rheumatology’s Dr. Ronald Anderson.
Four principle investigators recently received grants from the BWH Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
After 27 years, Michael Lambert, MD, medical director of Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center (SJPHC), is transitioning out of that role to resume practicing full-time as an internist.
How can bats and whales help us better understand how humans age, and perhaps provide a glimpse of the fountain of youth?
John G. Byrne, MD and Lawrence H. Cohn, MD receive distinguished professorships at BWH and HMS.
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