The Nutrition and Metabolic Research Core registered research dietitians (from left) include: Director of Nutrition and Metabolic Research Core Demsina Babazadeh; Research Dietician Kristina Metzler; Senior Research Dietician Karen Yee; and Research Dietician Kelly Fallon.

Nutrition Core for Clinical Research Dishes Up Discovery

Learn about the Center for Clinical Investigation Nutrition and Metabolic Research Core, an in-house operation that supports Brigham investigators across each stage of research activity.

Fully functioning hair cells (stained blue) produced by the researchers are capable of receiving signals through their hair-like stereocilia (stained pink) and transmitting signals to the brain.

The Brigham’s Bioengineers: Reversing Hearing Loss

Researchers are producing fully functional hair cells in the lab, with the goal of restoring hearing.


Look Who’s Talking: What’s Your Favorite Healthy Recipe?

In honor of Nutrition Month, this month we are asking: What is one of your favorite healthy recipes?

Anita Rao

Making Patients Feel at Home

Anita Rao, MD, shares her experiences helping patients through the Home Hospital program.

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What’s New in Research: March 2019

Phishing attacks; Sepsis deaths; COPD genetics; Food allergies & multiple sclerosis

Sylvia Kehlenbrink

Sylvia Kehlenbrink: Paving the Road Toward Global Equity in Diabetes Care

Thoughtful, humble and dedicated, Kehlenbrink is a pioneer of a new wave of health: global endocrinology.

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Comings, Goings & Promotions — March 2019

Klibanski Appointed Interim President, CEO of Partners HealthCare; Keaney Appointed New Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine

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Chordomas: Technologies, Techniques, and Treatment Strategies

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In Memoriam: Jean Valk, Department of Radiology

The Brigham and Department of Radiology mourn the loss of Jean Valk, director of Research Programs in Radiology, who passed away Feb. 16 following a sudden illness.


Brigham Clinical Ethics Case Review

This issue highlights a case in which the treatment team felt conflicted about discharging a patient with a history of injection drug use who needed ongoing intravenous antibiotic therapy.


In Case You Missed It: March 2019

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers