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.
Paul Anderson, MD, PhD, outlines his vision for building collaborative relationships and strengthening innovative, state-of-the art research and education efforts at BWHC
Series of breakthroughs has led to a pivotal moment in understanding and treating diseases of the lung
NIH-ACS Symposium on Surgical Disparities Research draws surgeons and experts from around the country.
Most clinicians have ideas on how to improve health care. The iHub strives to help them bring those ideas to fruition.
$100,000 awards will fund innovative, collaborative research
Alexi Matousek, MD, MPH, an Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellow and Global Health Equity in Surgery resident, reflects on his experience taking part in the training program managed by BWH’s Center for Surgery and Public Health.
We’re asking BWHers to share with us the ways in which Partners eCare has or will improve day-to-day life.
Vinnie McDermott; Richard W. Fernandez, MBA; Allison P. Moriarty, MPH; Angela M. Vail
New Targets for Restoring Skeletal Health; A New Generation of siRNA Nanoparticles; ELIXA Trial Results; Viral History in a Drop of Blood; Benefit of Surgery for Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ (DCIS) Investigated
“Image-Guided Neurosurgery, 1st Edition”; “Pharmaphobia: How the Conflict of Interest Myth Undermines American Medical Innovation”
Construction on the Brigham Building for the Future is moving along, with an expected opening in late 2016.
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