Bisola Ojikutu: An Infectious Disease Physician Dedicated to Remedying Disparities

Bisola Ojikutu, MD, has dedicated her career to studying and rectifying inequities in infectious disease health care access


An Ounce of Prevention: Davis Gift Opens Up New Avenues for Alzheimer’s Research

Reisa Sperling, MD, and Dennis Selkoe, MD, are working together on new ways to predict and ultimately prevent Alzheimer’s disease


Building My Improvement Mindset

Medical school student Katie Rowe shares her experience working for CareZooming

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Q&A with Lindsey Baden, MD

Lindsey Baden, MD, an infectious diseases specialist at the Brigham and an expert in vaccine development for viral diseases, answers questions from clinicians

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Brigham Bookshelf September 2020

Recently published books by Brigham authors


Look Who’s Talking: Stories Behind the Mask

Read excerpts from “Stories Behind the Mask,” which includes stories from the health care community in the battle against COVID-19 and racism

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Comings, Goings & Promotions: September 2020

Walls named MGB COO; Anderson to serve as Brigham COO; Nour appointed chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Boland to serve as president of the BWPO; Henderson appointed interim chief diversity & inclusion officer; Milliken named interim executive director of ethics service; Golden departs

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What’s New in Research: September 2020

Host T cells & GVHD; Fatigue & MS: Synthetic gut lining; Racial disparities in proton radiotherapy; Alzheimer's disease linked to its mimic; Defining pulmonary hypertension; Gender gaps in surgical specialties; Insights into the gut microbiome


In Case You Missed It: September 2020

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers