Neuroscience represents the biggest research area moving into the new Brigham building at 60 Fenwood Road this fall, and its clinicians and researchers plan to enhance communication and promote collaboration with many other departments.
More than 200 participants visited with various startups, engaged with their technology and learned about the role digital health plays in the current age of health care.
Elizabeth Richey, MD, who is starting her third year in BWH’s Internal Medicine Residency Program, reflects on her intern year and offers advice to incoming interns who recently began their training at BWH at the end of June.
Addiction to opioids is wreaking havoc on families and communities across the United States, with overdoses from prescription pain relievers and heroin causing a surge in hospital visits and fatalities.
When the Division of Rheumatology, Immunology and Allergy moves to the Brigham Building for the Future this fall, its clinicians and researchers will come together for the first time in the same facility.
A daring technique, introduced in 1977, has been successfully performed six times at Brigham and Women’s hospital.
Two projects awarded $50,000 grants from the BWH Health and Technology Innovation Fund during a ‘Shark Tank’-style competition to fund their respective projects.
Aspirin mobile app; nanoparticles and type 1 diabetes
What books are on your summer reading list?
Gerald M. Doherty; Hugh Flanagan; Barbara J. McNeil; Jim and Jenny Andrews
ERCP and EUS: A Case Based Approach; Oncology Informatics: Using Health Information Technology to Improve Processes and Outcomes in Cancer
This spring, BWH, BWPO and Brigham and Women’s Physician Council recognized medical staff for their service, leadership and innovation.