Paul E. Sax, MD, clinical director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, walks through the history of HIV treatment and how COVID-19 research may help advance the cause of an HIV vaccine in the future.
JoAnn Manson, MD, MPH, DrPH, helps set the record straight about the safety and appropriate use of menopausal hormone therapy.
What is it like for young physicians training at the Brigham today? Current and past residents describe what makes the hospital a special place to learn the art and science of medicine.
George and Greg were each diagnosed with cancer—two different types. They credit the Dana-Farber Brigham Cancer Center for giving them highly individualized treatment when they needed it most.
After a stunning heart failure diagnosis, Michael Brennan trusted the Brigham’s cardiovascular experts with giving him a replacement heart and a second chance at life.
In her inspiring talk for TEDxBoston, sports medicine specialist Cheri Blauwet, MD, advocates for inclusion and accessibility across healthcare, athletics, and society.
After a lifetime of weight struggles and dieting, Maya found supportive, multidisciplinary care—and success—in the Center for Weight Management.
Janet Rich-Edwards, ScD, MPH, discusses best practices to find and replicate true sex and gender differences in health.
Brigham clinicians team up to create videos to teach Ukrainian civilians how to respond in the event of a traumatic injury.
Hear from young people in the Racial Recognition and Healing Project as they navigate structural racism, advantage, and social change.
Brigham leaders discuss how feelings of belonging can boost resiliency and well-being, especially in the workplace.
Chief Resident Anita Chary, MD, PhD, shares her perspective as an emerging medical leader.
Brigham experts discuss how incarceration affects the health of individuals and communities.
Enjoy this calming tour through the human brain, thanks to the Brigham’s advanced brain circuit imaging technology.
Marie E. McDonnell, MD, answers common questions about diabetes.
Marc Sabatine, MD, MPH, answers common questions about coronary artery disease.
Deborah Scott, MD, shares more insights from the Skin of Color Dermatology Program.
Watch CNBC’s interview with Robert Green, MD, MPH, about the Brigham’s Preventive Genomics Clinic.
How Brigham infectious diseases experts led research to prevent, diagnose, and treat COVID-19.
Brigham researchers explain why the measles vaccine is more important than we knew.
Brigham experts share tips for managing stress and anxiety while navigating COVID-19, social injustice, and other stressors.
World-ranked swimmer and Brigham patient Morgan Stickney plans to compete in the Tokyo Olympics.
Justra underwent weight loss surgery at the Brigham to get back to the activities she enjoys most.
How Brigham leaders and clinicians navigated the first surge of COVID-19.
Bob underwent a lung transplant at the Brigham that restored his health and hope for the future.
Student-athlete Alex White and Brigham experts discuss the importance of education in managing pain after injury to ensure the best outcomes.
To raise awareness for congenital heart disease, Brigham staff, nurses, and doctors made 500 red hats for their newborn patients.
Regan Bergmark, MD, discusses her distracted driving research in this Boston 25 News interview.
Is climate change making people sicker? Multi-disciplinary experts, convened by the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, explore this question together.
Brigham surgeons and scientists are expanding options for patients in need of an organ donation.
Featuring the latest science and advice from the Brigham's experts, this audio series explores buzzworthy topics for healthy living.
Get a closer look as the imaging team studies 16th-century mummies for historic health insights.
A podcast about the origins of the opioid crisis and the science of pain.
A podcast about what the medical community is doing to address the opioid epidemic.
Healthcare thought leaders Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, and Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA, discuss the path forward through the opioid crisis.
Watch as the newborn MRI system arrives by crane to be installed in its new home in the NICU.
Our nutrition experts explain how much of this popular dietary supplement is too much.
Christine King shares how her surgery at the Brigham to remove her brain tumor changed her life.
The Student Success Jobs Program marks its 18th year at the Brigham.
A special visitor made a heart transplant patient’s day.
How the Laham family counted on the Brigham’s NICU nurses.
Learn how Brigham neurosurgeon Alexandra Golby, MD creates maps of patients’ brains.
Hear how doctors like Robert Green, MD, MPH, help people understand results of home genetic testing.
Researchers have found a way to deliver HIV therapy with just one weekly pill.
Laurie Cox, PhD, shares connections researchers are discovering between the gut and the brain.
Keith Dreyer, DO, PhD, explains how artificial intelligence will transform healthcare.
Mom Sedina Amuzu describes her emotional journey with her daughter, Brianna, who received care in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit after weighing under two pounds at birth.
Scientists are discovering the disease-fighting benefits of cocoa.
Staying asleep can be harder as the years go by. Charles Czeisler, PhD, MD, and Elizabeth Klerman, MD, PhD, explain why.
When teenager Manuel Sanchez Paniagua’s lung cancer began to spread, his radiation oncologists worked quickly to find him the right treatment in time.
Learn how BWH is speeding critical information and treatments to patients at risk for inheriting cardiovascular disorders.
Elledge and his colleagues discuss his work and contributions to science.
Lauren Stetson discusses her participation in the BabySeq Project with primary investigator Robert Green, MD, MPH.
Learn more about the latest recommendations from JoAnn Manson, MD, DrPH.
David M. Levine, MD, describes his pilot project to safely bring hospital services to patients in their homes.
Meet researchers who are finding new avenues to precisely control inflammation.
Andreas Gomoll, MD, shares new advances in joint preservation.
War veteran Brandon Korona successfully undergoes a new experimental amputation.
Heart transplant recipient Brian Wade meets the family of his donor.
Learn more about how Will Lautzenheiser’s double arm transplant has changed his life.
Hear how BWH helped him overcome a severe drug allergy.
Hear some members of Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital’s Stroke Support Group talk about their worry-free weekend at the camp.
Meet three patients who are already benefiting from the innovation and collaboration housed in this state-of-the-art facility.
Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, moderates a panel with President Barack Obama and healthcare innovators at the Conference.
Jorge Plutzky, MD, director of preventive cardiology at BWH, shares stories.
The Brigham Baby Academy encourages parents to read to their babies early and often.
Charles Czeisler, MD, PhD, chief of the Division of Sleep and Circadian disorders, discusses the consequences of sleep deprivation
Meet Sharon Samuels and see the before and after of a newly-approved ultrasound therapy performed at BWH.
Calum MacRae, MD, chief of cardiovascular medicine, discusses his team’s winning idea to end coronary heart disease.
Reisa Sperling, MD, MMSc, director of the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment, discusses possible Alzheimer’s treatment.
Meet John Peck, a retired U.S. Marine sergeant with big dreams for his future after undergoing double arm transplant surgery.