Imaging can help patients understand their risk for developing plaque in their arteries, which contributes to heart disease.
Mummies scanned at the Brigham reveal clues about heart disease.
Get a closer look as the imaging team studies 16th-century mummies for historic health insights.
Image courtesy of the Psychiatry Neuroimaging Laboratory and the Laboratory of Mathematics in Imaging, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Healthcare thought leaders Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, and Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA, discuss the path forward through the opioid crisis.
Revolutionizing how doctors predict, find, treat, and prevent disease
Watch as the newborn MRI system arrives by crane to be installed in its new home in the NICU.
Learn how Brigham neurosurgeon Alexandra Golby, MD creates maps of patients’ brains.
The Brigham is home to the first MRI system designed for NICU patients.
What do technicians see on the screens during procedures in the Brigham's Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory?
Our experts separate science from myth.
Pursuing deeper insights into human health
Clinicians and scientists from Brigham and Women’s Hospital discuss paradigm-shifting technologies.
A scanning electron microscope image offers a surprising look at the nervous system.