Getting to the Root of Skin Stem Cells
Science and serendipity brought investigators together to form the Dermatopathology Stem Cell/Epigenomics Laboratory; now, they are pursuing a small group of cells that drive cancer and orchestrate tissue and organ formation
The Brigham’s Bioengineers: Forecasting Disease
Natalie Artzi, PhD, and her team are developing ways to monitor levels of certain molecules, or biomarkers, in real time, with the goal of creating a chip that could instantly sense a shift toward disease, alert a physician and release medicine as needed.
Under the Same Sun: Helping Others Locally and Globally
This month’s Next Generation column is written by Abraar Karan, MD, MPH, a second-year resident in the Department of Medicine and the Doris and Howard Hiatt Residency in Global Health Equity.
A Career in Devoted Mentorship: Howard Hiatt, MD
Howard Hiatt, MD, a physician, scientist, educator and mentor whose career spans seven decades, continues to heed the call to service.
Q&A with Daniela Lamas, MD: Author of You Can Stop Humming Now
Daniela Lamas, MD, who balances her passion for journalism and the written word with her medical career path, answers questions about her career and inspiration and offers advice for aspiring authors.
Look Who’s Talking: What Sparked Your “Love” for Your Field of Study?
This month, in honor of CRN publishing on Valentine’s Day, we ask members of the Brigham community to tell us what sparked their “love” for their field of study.
What’s New in Research – February 2019
Access to palliative care; hearing loss and cognitive decline; kidney fibrosis; defeating glioblastoma; therapeutic targets for kidney fibrosis
Comings, Goings & Promotions
Gregory named associate chief nursing officer; new leadership roles in Pediatric Newborn Medicine.
In Case You Missed It – February 2019
Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers