Researchers are using AI to identify a mutation that confers longer survival and may influence treatment plans for patients with brain cancer
On the fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Fund, investigators reflect on accomplishments, innovation and the road ahead
This year, the Hip Society recognized not one but two Brigham investigators for research papers that have helped advance orthopaedics
This month’s column is written by David Chiang, MD, PhD, a research fellow in the lab of Calum MacRae, MD, PhD, at the Brigham and a current fellow in the Innovation Fellows Program at Boston Scientific.
This month we are asking Physician Recognition Award winners: What is your happiest career moment?
After 19 years as editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Jeffrey Drazen, MD, will step away from that role this summer. Here, he shares his view from the editor’s chair, offers advice to young researchers and reflects on what makes the Brigham unique.
HIV microbicide; Temperature-triggered gastrointestinal devices; MRI method to measure brain function faster; genetics in Cancer Therapy-Induced Cardiomyopathy
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Bitton Named Executive Director of Ariadne Labs; Paterson Named Interim Senior Director of Patient/Family Relations