First in a series about the Brigham Building for the Future, this story explores what the new building will mean for basic research, clinical care and outcomes research for orthopaedics.
Google Glass Meets Organs-On-Chips; Global Trends in Vaccine Discovery; Human Rights Failings in the Ebola Pandemic; A Promising Target for Glioblastoma Therapies
Investigators supported at critical funding junctures by the BRI’s Fund to Sustain Research Excellence have gone on to receive more than $200 million in NIH funding
Q&A with Shelley Tworoger, PhD, an epidemiologist in the BWH Channing Division of Network Medicine
BWH recently signed agreements with a province in Sweden and a prominent medical school in Israel to foster innovation and high-quality patient care.
This month, BWHers share their literal and figurative recollections of their Match Day moment.
Two second-year pharmacy residents explore how pharmacists can contribute to the multidisciplinary efforts aimed at bridging the gap between ambulatory and inpatient care.
Hanni Stoklosa, MD, MPH, is deeply committed to improving the detection and care of human trafficking victims through her clinical care, national advocacy and international research.
On March 1, BWH upgraded its current Employee Alert System to a new user-friendly system that will enhance the hospital’s communications about emergency situations.
Paula Johnson, MD, MPH; Jo Shapiro, MD; Karen Fogerty; Kathleen Hughes; Wendy Lennon
Distinguished Clinician title bestowed on 45 esteemed clinicians from across the hospital.