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WATCH: Which BWH Project Should Win $100,000? Cast Your Vote.

Polls are now open for BRIght Futures - vote today!

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Bringing Wellness Beyond the Brigham

Rich Joseph, MD, MBA, shares his experiences in helping launch an ongoing health and wellness series led by residents at Sportsmen’s Tennis and Enrichment Center in Dorchester

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Anna Krichevsky, Master of microRNA

Anna Krichevsky, PhD, is fascinated by RNA and sees the potential of microRNA for treating diseases such as glioblastoma and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Translational Glycobiologists Celebrate Sweet Success at the Brigham

Glycans (sugar molecules) play an important – but often underappreciated – role in a variety of diseases. BWHers have launched a program to bridge glycoscience and clinical medicine.

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Look Who’s Talking: What’s Your Favorite Podcast?

Find out what's in BWHers' earbuds

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Thomas Michel Sings the Praises of Inspirational, Improbably Wonderful Science

Michel, a cardiologist at the Brigham, finds ways to make science more accessible and engaging for the public – and to affirm the importance of science in society.

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What’s New in Research – October 2018

HIV remission research; "dark-matter" RNAs in dopamine-producing cells

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Comings, Goings & Promotions

Kachalia departs; BRI leadership updates; ORC director appointed; Davila joins Ambulatory Services; Fabello joins Westwood; Kehoe appointed to Fish and Osher Centers

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In Case You Missed It

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers