BWH team awarded Runner-Up, received more than $40,000 worth of supportive services for their innovative technology to screen and diagnose for peripheral artery disease
How do power dynamics affect patient and family communication with clinicians?
Joshua Jolissaint, MD, a first-year resident in the BWH General Surgery Residency program, discusses the balancing act of graduated autonomy, patient safety and escalation of care that interns face.
Public voting in two exciting competitions has begun.
Aaron Goldman, PhD, a bioengineer by day and muay thai practitioner by night, is developing a 2-in-1 punch for knocking out cancer
In addition to the major departments and divisions moving over to the new building, several labs will have a home at 60 Fenwood Road. A small sample of them share their hopes and expectations for the big move.
We asked BWHers to weigh in on what they're looking forward to seeing and experiencing at 60 Fenwood Road.
Scott Weiner, MD, MPH, FAAEM, FACEP, an Emergency Medicine physician, discusses how BWH is tackling the opioid epidemic.
Boland Named Chair of the Department of Radiology Somerville Steps Down as CNO, SVP of Patient Care…
Clinicians at BWH are among the first to use Magnetic Resonance-guided Focused Ultrasound (MRgFUS) to successfully treat prostate cancer, continuing a BWH tradition of using cutting-edge ultrasound techniques to provide advanced patient care.
Discover Brigham will reflect the themes of BWH’s newest clinical and research building at 60 Fenwood Road and feature expert panels covering news-making topics in biomedical research.
In a recent Big Round Table article, James P. Rathmell, MD, chair of the Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, explores whether a physician best known for his crusade to expose unethical medical experimentation in the early 1960s may have had some secrets of his own.
Parenting Matters: Supporting Parents of Children Ages 0-8 Author: Featured: MaryCatherine Arbour, MD,…