Next Generation is a BWH Clinical & Research News (CRN) column penned by students, residents, fellows and postdocs. This month’s column is written by Altaf Saadi, MD, a chief resident in the Department of Neurology.
Bold, new approach focuses on developing innovation through next generation clinical trials.
As visiting scholar and entrepreneur in residence at the Brigham, Eamonn Hobbs spends much of his time advising, training and mentoring physician-scientists and inventors.
Over the past 18 months, the Department of Radiation Oncology has found success in two parallel efforts aimed at increasing the number of novel clinical trials as well as providing opportunities for all Radiation Oncology patients to participate in research.
Bite sized news for busy clinicians and researchers.
Several new clinical tools in Partners eCare make it easier for providers to track a patient’s use of opioids, communicate the potential risks of taking them and remain in compliance with new legislation around opioid prescribing.
Alzheimer's and the immune system; in depth with an interleukin; Notch in a double bind; and a virus visualized
Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc, will become executive director of the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health on June 1. Colin MacLachlan, who has served as assistant director of Engineering at BWH for 18 years, was recently named director of Engineering.
This issue of the BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review highlights a case in which the parents of a terminally ill infant asked the care team to continue "doing everything" to keep their child alive.
BWHers share stories from their most memorable summers.