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How do you give back to your community?

BWHers tell us how they support their local communities


From Aerospace to Plastic Surgery, Stephanie Caterson’s Career Lifts Off

Stephanie Caterson, MD, recipient of the Bernard Lown Teaching Award, shares thoughts on her career and education initiatives


Five Reasons to Get Your Flu Shot

Flu shot deadline for BWHers is Friday Dec. 1! In this timely post, Paul Sax, MD, shares top reasons to get yours.


Discover Brigham 2017

Tweets, recaps and detailed coverage of BWH’s landmark event to educate, inspire and share advancements in science and medicine with the community.


Next Generation: Three Worlds, One Vision

BWH research trainees are working on a project, “Triloka,” that uses virtual reality technologies to help people with depression


Histopathology Core Receives CLIA Certification

Specialized Histopathology Core-Longwood, which serves as the interface between research and the clinic, receives CLIA Certification to provide support to a wider range of clinical trials


Chris French, Champion for Rare Disease Research

Chris French, MD, is developing a strategy to identify chemical compounds that can stop NUT midline carcinoma.


Digital Pills Ready to Deploy

BWHers are exploring how a new technology can help track medication ingestion and prevent overdoses and other adverse events

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BWH Bookshelf

Volpe’s Neurology of the Newborn; Cardiac Surgery in the Adult

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In Case You Missed It

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians & researchers


Comings, Goings & Promotions

Samuels to Direct Program in Interdisciplinary Neuroscience


What’s New in Research – November 2017

Alzheimer's disease; crossing the blood-brain barrier; insulin and cardiac function; bivalent mast switch; genetic contributor to Parkinson's