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How do you give back to your community?

BWHers tell us how they support their local communities

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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

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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.

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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.

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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

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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

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Chris French, Champion for Rare Disease Research

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

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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

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Transitions

Comings, Goings & Promotions

Samuels to Direct Program in Interdisciplinary Neuroscience

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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