This year’s finalists are pursuing research to improve patient care. Each of the three finalists hopes to receive the $100,000 BRIght Futures Prize.
This year’s Stepping Strong Innovator Award finalists are addressing complex challenges related to trauma research.
Center for Neurologic Diseases postdoc Chantal Kuhn describes her introduction to life at BWH and how she became part of the Mentoring Circles Program.
Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness Research Center (PCERC) Hosts Second Annual Workshop and Poster Session
BWHers share what books they are currently reading, have recently finished or are planning to read this summer.
A multidisciplinary team, made up of diagnosticians and treatment specialists, examines the power of genomic technologies to inform clinical decisions for the treatment of patients with brain tumors.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital mourns the passing of Carolyn Mary Kaelin, MD, MPH, FACS
Rebecca Amariglio, PhD; Benjamin Ebert, MD, PhD; Guo-Ping Shi, DSc.; Francisco Quintana, PhD
The Brigham Building for the Future is scheduled to open in the fall of 2016.
$10,000 in seed funding and continued project management will support winning projects.
James D. Kang, MD; Prem Shekar, MBBS, MS, MCh, FRCSEd; Marshall Wolf, MD
Microsoft Idea Lab explores applications of machine learning in healthcare
DHIG supports researchers and clinicians in developing application to address hospital challenges
Inaugural class of the Master of Physician Assistant Studies program marked a rite of passage in Bornstein Auditorium
Miriam Erick, MS, RD; Barry Fogel, MD
CTO to help expedite industry-funded clinical trial agreements
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