"What's New in Research" sheds light on new work by Aditi Hazra, PhD, MPH, Katarzyna Karwacz, PhD, and Francisco Marty, MD.
The NEJM article “Just a Cut” by Brandon Earp, MD, and her co-authors guides readers through an unusual case by alternating sections of clinical narrative and analysis from BWH clinicians.
"What's New in Research" shares new work by Mallika Mendu, MD, MBA, Giovanni Traverso, MB, BChir, PhD, and Chuan Wu, PhD.
Learn more about the exciting research, collaborations and mentorship happening in the Serhan Lab in a new video.
This month's edition of "What's New in Research" highlights exciting work by Charles N. Serhan, PhD, DSc, and Hadi Shafiee, PhD.
Francisco Quintana, PhD, of the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, and colleagues have…
Through her clinical work and research, Jessica Savage, MD, MHS, is trying to discover the causes of the dramatic rise in the number of people diagnosed with food allergy during the past 20 years.
Are hospitals being too cautious in preventing spread of Ebola?
A research team led by Francisco Quintana, PhD, BWH Department of Neurology, has identified…
A research team led by Francisco J. Quintana, PhD, Department of Neurology, has uncovered a mechanism behind which interleukin-27 influences dendritic cells’ control of T cell response in experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE).
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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