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BWH aims to raise $1 billion.
The BWH Biomedical Research Institute will award one of three finalists a $100,000 philanthropic prize to support innovative research that is both compelling and promising.
The Center for Advanced Heart Disease at BWH is taking an innovative approach to caring for some of its sickest patients.
Since fostering a culture of patient safety requires the insight and effort of all BWHers, the Sept. 12 Quality Rounds, titled "Our Culture of Safety," took an interactive approach.
More than 60 multidisciplinary stakeholders develop recommendations to streamline the pathways for lung cancer care.
Novel, prize-winning solutions to health care delivery issues emerge from BWH iHub Hackathon.
BWH Women’s CARE Clinic offers tips on screening for intimate partner violence.
The Cardiovascular Inflammation Reduction Trial studies whether a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis can also reduce recurrent cardiovascular events.
OurGenes and PBMD are encouraging employees to help build bio-bank.
Partners HealthCare is one of 32 hospital systems and physician groups across the U.S. that participated in the ACO experiment, and first-year results were positive and promising.
In recognition of last month’s National Postdoc Appreciation Week, BWH Clinical & Research News sat down with three postdoc leaders to learn more about the life of a postdoc at BWH.
BRI PCERC holds workshop on patient engagement.
Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, Bruce Levy, MD, Ali Salim, MD, FACS, and Lynn Stofer.
Check out the construction on the Brigham Building for the Future.
Blumberg and BWH are named leaders in translational science publications.
Akila Viswanathan, MD, MPH, Margaret McLaughlin-Drubin, PhD, Karl Munger, PhD, and Francisco J. Quintana, PhD.
BWH's Biomedical Research Institute invited some of the hospital's many accomplished female physicians and scientists to share a glimpse of their work at a special Sept. 10 Innovation Grand Rounds.
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