When the Brigham Building for the Future opens this fall, clinicians and researchers will have access to advanced tools and opportunities to collaborate and push the boundaries of discovery in ways that have never been possible before.
Thomas Rogers, MD, PhD, is searching for a better diagnostic and potential treatment for an emerging epidemic
This issue of the BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review highlights a case in which a patient was reluctant to undergo life-saving therapies after developing complications from lung transplantation.
Workshop offers advice, practical tips and historical context for new NIH requirements for female subjects in both basic and clinical research
BWH website now offers U.S. and international patients direct access to BWH physicians for remote second opinion consult services.
This month, we bring you a column from our archives written by Claire Twark, MD, who was a third-year resident in the BWH Department of Psychiatry in 2016.
This month’s question is inspired by a Twitter hashtag that researchers have been using to share what inspired them to become a scientist.
BWH researcher studies aging and life span in naked mole rats, bats and more
Pathologists at the Brigham are leading the effort to bring liquid biopsies out of research labs and into clinical settings. These blood tests might enable more than half of lung cancer patients with a specific genetic mutation that indicates relapse to forego traditional, invasive surgical biopsies.
How the Microbiome in Early Life Shapes the Immune System From the time of your birth, your microbiome…
Anne Fitzgerald, vice president of Network Development at Brigham and Women’s Health Care, has decided to retire.