Find out what’s in store at this year’s Discover Brigham, which will be held Nov. 7.
Tuberculosis is a global health threat and an important area of focus and innovation for Brigham researchers
William Henry Sauer, MD, discusses his vision for the department and how an expert team of electrophysiologists are providing leading-edge care for abnormal heart rhythms that affect a variety of patients, particularly those with complex medical concerns.
Fichorova, whose career spans more than 24 years at the Brigham, studies how microbes in the female genital tract influence innate immunity and inflammation. She is devoted to finding ways to ensure that all women have equal opportunities to have healthy pregnancies and babies.
In keeping with a recent trend on Twitter, we asked five scientists from around the Brigham to share three facts about themselves and tag five other scientists.
A summer spent at the bench helped high school student Karly Hamilton learn about the true nature of science and collaboration.
Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers
Burden of head and neck cancer; Immunotherapy for breast cancer; Racial disparities and oral cancer screening; drug-resistant breast cancer; CABG and TRICARE
New Chiefs Named for the Division of Rheumatology, Inflammation and Immunity, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology; Resnick Appointed Senior Vice President, Chief Quality Officer; Carney Named Senior Vice President for Real Estate, Facilities, and Operations; Sato Joins Brigham Digital Innovation Hub