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BIDMC 12h
Replying to @llupien32
Hi, we have forwarded this to our Chelsea team and will contact you if we need more information.
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Congratulations to BIDMC neurologist Al Galaburda, MD, for being named to 's List of 100 Inspiring Hispanic/Latinx Scientists in America! Read more:
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BIDMC Pathology Sep 17
In recognition of month, we would like to share photos of these amazing women who make up our team! 🔬👏
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BIDMC Sep 17
You've heard, "laughter is the best medicine," but did you know it's good for your heart? 's Brett Carroll, MD, Director of Vascular Medicine, shares how relieving stress through laughter can positively impact your cardiovascular health:
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BIDMC Sep 17
Thanks to for an inspiring lunchtime chat with BIDMC staff today.
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BIDMC Sep 17
BIDMC's BreastCare Center is conducting a survey to assess the prevalence of among breast surgeons in the U.S. during the pandemic. This confidential survey will provide info to evaluate possible preventive behaviors. Learn more:
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Human Rights Campaign Sep 17
To celebrate and , is hosting an Instagram Live with Youth Ambassador Nakiya Lynch to get their take on bisexual, queer, pansexual and fluid visibility in 2020. Check out the full event today at 6:00 p.m. EDT (@humanrightscampaign).
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BIDMC Sep 17
Next Tuesday, Sept. 22, is Opioid Screening and Awareness Day in Massachusetts. Join us online to hear from experts about misuse and treatment, and take a free, anonymous, online screening for yourself or a loved one. More details:
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BIDMC Radiology Sep 16
Leaders. Researchers. Innovators. Educators. Clinicians. We are honored to celebrate each one of our for . Please join us in recognizing these amazing MDs & all they do for our patients, their loved ones, & the field of !
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BIDMC Sep 16
Welcoming to Twitter! Follow along for residency news and updates.
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BIDMC Sep 16
Join for a series of virtual symposiums, co-hosted by and the Celiac Research Program . The first monthly webinar - focusing on the latest guidance of COVID-19 and celiac disease - is a week from today! Register here:
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BIDMC Sep 16
Aside from routine care, annual visits are a safe space to discuss sensitive and personal topics that often change from one decade to the next. Read more from BIDMC's and about the importance of the annual well woman exam:
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BIDMC Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention Sep 16
: Dr. Aparna Komarraju joined us as a staff in 2019 after fellowship , residency , & medical school at Kakatiya Medical College in India! She also holds an MHA from .
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BIDMC Sep 16
Minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery can repair common conditions like plantar fasciitis or bunions, often with a faster recovery. BIDMC orthopedic surgeon Christopher Miller, MD, has pioneered many of these advanced procedures. Learn more:
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Pew Health Sep 15
Replying to @BIDMChealth @Caltech
.’s Mark Andermann, Ph.D, and ’s Viviana Gradinaru, Ph.D., will map how the brain perceives signals from other organs. Their work could help uncover how the brain promotes well-being and survival.
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Pew Health Sep 15
.’s and ’s Shingo Kajimura, Ph.D., will use gene-editing tech to understand how mitochondria and other organelles communicate. This research can help us understand potential factors behind metabolic disorders like obesity and diabetes.
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BIDMC Sep 15
Congrats to 's Shingo Kajimura, PhD, and , PhD, who were selected as grant recipients of 's Innovation Fund, which supports collaboration across institutions in biomedical programs. Read about their projects:
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BIDMC Sep 15
"I was worried that if I let it go much longer, it may get bad enough that I would need open-heart surgery," says Tom Marchese, who underwent innovative heart repair surgery at in June. Learn how seeking timely care contributed to Tom's success:
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BIDMC Sep 15
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