Lea Hachigian

Lea Hachigian

    Lea is a PhD student at MIT studying molecular and cellular neuroscience. She is interested in translational disease research and is currently examining the role of neuronal identity in Huntington's Disease. Lea graduated from Harvard with an AB in neurobiology and has interned with biotech startups in neuropharmacology and biomedical engineering.

    5 Hot Neuroscience Innovations Changing Healthcare Right Now

    5 Hot Neuroscience Innovations Changing Healthcare Right Now »

    Ann Romney, Global Ambassador for the Ann Romney Center for Neurological Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Nancy Synderman, Chief Medical Editor, NBC News, speak at the 2015 World Medical Innovation Forum. All photos via WMIF.  Last week's Partners Health Care World Medical Innovation Forum (WMIF) brought together scientists and healthcare…
    Pager Brings Doctors On Demand

    Pager Brings Doctors On Demand »

    22 Sep, 2014
    CompaniesProducts
    Have you ever been sick and wished you could summon a doctor to your home with the tap of a button? Pager, a personal healthcare company, is making this dream a reality with the release of a new app. The Pager app premiered in New York City last May and the company is now eyeing expansion to Boston…
    LaBiotech Tour Explores Boston’s Unparalleled Biotech Ecosystem

    LaBiotech Tour Explores Boston’s Unparalleled Biotech Ecosystem »

    16 Sep, 2014
    EventsNews
    LaBiotech Tour, a project profiling international biotech communities, premiered its Boston-based documentary on September 11, 2014 at Boston University and LabCentral in Cambridge. The film explored Boston’s longstanding prominence in biomedical innovation through the eyes of 15 different biotech startups in the area. The LaBiotech Tour is an offshoot project of the LaBiotech websites, a centralized resource for…

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