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Multidisciplinary Team Brings Integrated, Genomics Approach to Brain Cancer

A multidisciplinary team, made up of diagnosticians and treatment specialists, examines the power of genomic technologies to inform clinical decisions for the treatment of patients with brain tumors.

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Feeding Regulatory T Cells

Francisco Quintana, PhD, of the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, and colleagues have…

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Memory Loss Concerns

Rebecca Amariglio, PhD, of the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment in BWH’s Department of…

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Demystifying Alzheimer’s Disease

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.

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The Past, Present and Future of Neuro-oncologist Mariano Viapiano

Mariano Viapiano, PhD, looks for insights into malignant brain tumors by studying the neural microenvironment.

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Highlights from the World Medical Innovation Forum

Check out tweets and highlights from the inaugural World Medical Innovation Forum.

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BWH Uses New Technology to Treat Brain Aneurysms

The WEB Aneurysm Embolization System offers a solution for some patients.

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Insights into Cerebral Aneurysms

Rose Du, MD, PhD, finds the beauty in both brain research and patient treatment.

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Neural Inflammation

A study led by Francisco J. Quintana, PhD, BWH Department of Neurology, found increased levels of the…

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Raynaud’s Disease Clinic Opens at BWH

Dedicated clinic delivers multidisciplinary care for patients with Raynaud’s phenomenon.

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A Connection Between Daily Activities and Brain Activity in Alzheimer’s Disease

A study led by Gad Marshall, MD, BWH Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment, found that decreased…

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Blood Changes With Natalizumab

A study led by Samia J. Khoury, MD, BWH Department of Neurology, discovered that the drug natalizumab…

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Tracking Alzheimer’s Molecules

A research team led by Dennis Selkoe, MD, Center for Neurologic Diseases, BWH Department of Neurology,…

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Alzheimer’s Researchers Employ Stem Cells to Understand Disease Processes, Study New Treatments

A study led by Tracy L. Young-Pearse, PhD, is the first of its kind to examine the effects of antibody therapy on human neurons derived directly from patients with familial AD.