Check out these tweets about the Brigham community's favorite mentors
In keeping with a recent trend on Twitter, we asked five scientists from around the Brigham to share three facts about themselves and tag five other scientists.
What big ‘breakthroughs’ in science or medicine do you anticipate in 2020?
Discover Brigham attendees share their favorite experiences and highlights from the event
Find out what's in BWHers' earbuds
BWHers share what they love about the work they do at the Brigham.
If you could have the entire world know just one thing about your field of study, what would it be?
BWHers share talks that have inspired them.
Since it’s movie award season, this month we are asking: “What is your favorite movie and why?”
This month, we asked: What do you wish you had known when you first started as a principal investigator at the Brigham?
BWHers share what they are most thankful for.
As 2015 draws to a close, we asked our community to share their resolutions for 2016
The BWH community and beyond came together on Oct. 7 for Discover Brigham, to celebrate and learn about research and clinical innovation. Find out what those in attendance “discovered” over the course of the day.
BWH has advanced three spots to rank sixth in the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll, and 13 of our specialties achieved rankings. We asked BWHers about what these rankings meant to them.
BWHers share what books they are currently reading, have recently finished or are planning to read this summer.
We’re asking BWHers to share with us the ways in which Partners eCare has or will improve day-to-day life.
What was one of your most rewarding moments of your career at Brigham and Women’s Hospital?
What event or person inspired you in 2014?
We asked the BWH clinical and research community to tell us more about their top picks for 2015 health care innovations and why they chose them.
This month, we asked those in the BWH community to tell us more about what motivated them to run in the 2015 Boston Marathon.
This month, inspired by the 50 Million Faces campaign, we asked BWHers who work with patients who have neurological diseases and on research related to the brain to tell us more about their work and inspiration.