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Q&A with Joji Suzuki, MD: Choreographing a Patient-Provider Dance

Joji Suzuki, MD, shares his passion for psychiatry and patient care, his perspective on the national opioid crisis and how motivational interviewing can be thought of as a patient-provider dance.

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Discover Brigham Celebrates Brigham Research

Highlights from Discover Brigham 2018

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Unravelling the Mysteries of Sex Differences and the Brain

The Women’s Brain Initiative supports research into women’s brain health and the science of sex differences

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Khalid Shah

Khalid Shah, Cultivating Ideas to Treat Brain Tumors

Khalid Shah, MS, PhD, is working to create the kind of lab where bold ideas can take root and advance the field of neuro-oncology

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Look Who’s Talking: What big ‘breakthroughs’ in science or medicine do you anticipate in 2019?

This month, we ask members of the Brigham community to tell us about a big ‘breakthrough’ in science or medicine that they anticipate for 2019.

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Building the House Staff Council

Douglas Jacobs, MD, MPH, a resident in the Department of Medicine, discusses the creation of the Brigham House Staff Council and the important work that members have accomplished since the council formed earlier this year.

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What’s New in Research – November/December 2018

Cellphone tech to detect HIV; Antiepileptic Drug Clearance During Pregnancy; New Transgenic Model of Parkinson’s Illuminates Disease Biology

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In Case You Missed It – Nov/Dec 2018

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers

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Comings, Goings & Promotions

Kircher Named Chief of Oncoradiology; Haider Appointed Dean of Aga Khan University; Ewing Named VP of Employee Diversity, Inclusion & Experience; Banks Departs for Beth Israel