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In Memoriam: Barry Paw, MD, PhD, of the Division of Hematology

BWH and the Division of Hematology mourn the loss of Barry Paw, MD, PhD.

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Sean Lawler, Breaking Barriers for Treating Brain Cancer

Sean Lawler, PhD, is developing a strategy to cross the blood-brain barrier and deliver drugs to stop brain tumors.

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Brilliant Connections

Janine Benyus and Jeff Karp discuss looking to nature for design inspiration and the future of our relationship with the natural world

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Brigham Mobile Research Platform Offers Tools for the Digital Age

Suite of tools speed the process to initiate new research, recruit participants and simplify data collection.

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Strangers at the bedside: Importance of self-care in medicine

This month’s column is written by Junaid Nabi, MD, MPH, a senior project manager in the Division of Urology and the Center for Surgery and Public Health.

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In Photos: Sculpture Honors Legacy of Organ Donation

BWH was recently selected as one of five sites around the world to receive a candle monument commemorating organ donors and their families.

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What’s New in Research – January 2018

Topiramate and oral clefts; Removing cancer cell debris; federally regulated genetic tests; ADHD meds and birth defects; weight loss and risk of death

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#MyOneScienceTweet

If you could have the entire world know just one thing about your field of study, what would it be?

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Transitions

Comings, Goings and Promotions

Rose Sheehan; Andreas Gomoll; Antonia Chen; Andrew Simpson; Jonathan Santiago; Christina Smith; Michael Duggan

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BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review

This issue of BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review highlights a case in which a family member refused to let the care team administer adequate pain medication to a patient who lacked decision-making capacity.

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In Case You Missed It

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers.