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New App Developed for Young Adults Coping with Cancer

Karen Fasciano, PsyD, wanted to develop a smartphone app to help young adult cancer patients improve their quality of life; here’s how she and her dedicated team brought that idea to life.

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BWHers Dive into the Shark Tank – And Emerge with Awards

More than $1 million has been awarded to BWH investigators over the last several years through “Shark Tank” events that engage donors in a lively evening of science and innovation.

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Paging Doctor Intern: Advice for New Physicians

Wilfredo Matias, MD, shares words of wisdom that have guided him through his first year as a physician. 

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William Lane: The Blood Typing Revolutionist

William Lane, MD, PhD, a Brigham pathologist, has developed a tool called bloodTyper to cost-effectively, comprehensively and accurately profile someone’s blood.

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Look Who’s Talking: Guiding the Next Generation

This month, with the arrival of new interns, fellows, postdocs and other trainees approaching, BWHers offer advice to the next generation of researchers and clinicians.

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Q&A: Emergency Medicine Physician Ziad Obermeyer

Ziad Obermyer, MD, MPhil, spoke with CRN about his research, goals and how he first got involved with artificial intelligence and emergency medicine.

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What’s New in Research – June 2018

Cost analysis of a cardiac pump; Ewing amputation restores proprioception; HIV's persistence; ADT and cardiovascular death; FOURIER analysis for lipoprotein(a)

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Comings, Goings & Promotions

Eappen Appointed Chief Medical Officer; Tarter joins Brigham; Gustafson steps down; Petrides promoted

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