Mariano Viapiano, PhD, looks for insights into malignant brain tumors by studying the neural microenvironment.
Check out tweets and highlights from the inaugural World Medical Innovation Forum.
Dennis Selkoe, MD, a leader in Alzheimer’s disease research, shares insights on the scientific discoveries and research pursuits that have led to important progress and momentum in the field.
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.
Two Center for Surgery and Public Health fellows are changing the way medical students think about research.
Every month, amazing BWH research and innovation news appears in our internal publications, on social media and in the news. We’ve rounded up some of the highlights for this month.
What will my patients know about the launch of Partners eCare at BWHC?
Jacky Chung, PhD, and Barry Paw, MD, PhD; Thomas Kupper, MD; Phil De Jager, MD, PhD; Mehra Golshan, MD; Christopher Morris, PhD, and Frank Scheer, PhD
BWH and the Department of Surgery mourn the loss of surgeon Gordon C. Vineyard, MD, who died on May 5 from complications of Parkinson’s disease. He was 78.
On May 11, BWH neurologist Sashank Prasad, MD, will be awarded the 2015 Bernard Lown Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Leonardo V. Riella, MD, PhD, has launched an online book on kidney transplantation.
$50,000 grants awarded for three innovative projects.
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