Highlights from Brigham projects and researchers who received the largest research awards of 2019
Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, hoped that the results from the randomized clinical trial known as REDUCE-IT would be practice changing. With expanded FDA approval of the prescription drug icosapent ethyl, that hope is becoming a reality.
From undergraduate studies in electrical engineering to a career in cardiac electrophysiology, Usha Tedrow, MD, has found magic in the electrical.
Mara Feingold-Link, MD, worked with others to bring “My Life, My Story,” a Veterans Affairs (VA) program that adds a first-person account of a patient’s life to their chart, to the Brigham.
What big ‘breakthroughs’ in science or medicine do you anticipate in 2020?
The director of the Office of Mediation, Coaching, Ombuds and Support Services gives an overview of the offerings now available to Brigham faculty, staff and trainees to build and sustain trusting and respectful relationships
Antibody therapeutic for autoimmune diseases; helping patients with sepsis
Search to begin for Barbieri's successor; Tavakkoli appointed Chief of General and Gastrointestinal Surgery; new leaders announced
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