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Scientists Successfully Generate Human Platelets Using Next-Generation Bioreactor
Bioreactor-on-a-chip could help meet growing need for blood transfusions worldwide.
Broderick Honored as Brown Family Medicine Residency Program Consultant of the Year
Ryan Broderick, MD, of BWH's Cardiovascular Division, recently received the Consultant of the Year award from the Brown University Family Medicine Residency Program at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island.
When Good Gut Bacteria Get Sick
Sophisticated computational algorithms provide insight into how gut microbiota respond to infection over time.
Socioeconomic Status Associated with Peripheral Artery Disease Risk
In a new study led by Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), researchers have found that there are also higher rates of peripheral artery disease (PAD) in individuals with low income and lower attained education levels in the United States.
New ‘Undiagnosed Disease’ Center in Boston Funded by the NIH
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital will form the new Harvard Center for Integrated Approaches to Undiagnosed Diseases