New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing

New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing »

4 Sep, 2014
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Electrospinning is a complicated but useful method of tissue regeneration. Photo via electrospinning wiki. Over recent years, medicine has experienced a very exciting paradigm shift, evolving from a passive style of treating disease step by step to a more active and dynamic approach. Exciting new research published by a team at…
Unshackling the Physician: Karandeep Singh on Glass & Primary Care

Unshackling the Physician: Karandeep Singh on Glass & Primary Care »

20 Aug, 2014
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Karandeep Singh, MD gives a Google Glass Demo last April at Boston's Google headquarters. All photos provided by Jennifer Joe. On April 23, 2014, the Boston medical community came together at the Boston Google headquarters to learn about the possibilities of wearables and Google Glass. Everyone was buzzing - What is Google Glass? What's special about…
Google Glass in the NICU: Stephanie Shine’s Medical Mission

Google Glass in the NICU: Stephanie Shine’s Medical Mission »

18 Aug, 2014
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Google Glass could allow parents to track their NICU babies' progress from afar, lowering depression and anxiety. Photo via NICU Wiki. When Stephanie Shine, a Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) nurse, delivered her son Samuel 3.5 months before his intended due date, he weighed 1 pound, 2 ounces. She delivered him…
BWH Research Scientists, it’s a new economy. Break out your best Neal Caffrey!

BWH Research Scientists, it’s a new economy. Break out your best Neal Caffrey! »

4 Jun, 2014
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Kevin O'Leary, Neal Caffrey, Ben Humphreys Traditionally the American stronghold of National Institute of Health (NIH) funding, the economy for life science and biomedical research is changing in response to more competition for fewer resources, mostly because of the NIH budget cuts. Over the last year, we've seen the big academic…
ABC’s Kevin O’Leary brings a little Hollywood to Academic Innovation

ABC’s Kevin O’Leary brings a little Hollywood to Academic Innovation »

29 May, 2014
MedTech Features
ABC's Kevin O'Leary from Shark Tank The waters will be swirling as scientists compete for $200,000 at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Shark Tank on Wednesday, June 4, 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The event will be co-hosted by Boston’s Kevin O’Leary, venture capitalist and star of ABC’s Shark Tank. Brigham and…
More Photos from the MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge

More Photos from the MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge »

2 May, 2014
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Updated with even more photos!
Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Listen Up Medical Providers

Healthcare Social Media (#HCSM) Series: Listen Up Medical Providers »

28 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features
Austin Chiang, MD, Finalist of the Google Glass Challenge! This article originally appeared on the blog of Austin Chiang, MD, internal medicine resident at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. We're so excited he'll be moving to Boston this summer to start his Gastroenterology training at Brigham and Women's…
MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage

MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage »

26 Apr, 2014
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Challenges and Innovative Solutions in Medicine: Interview with Dr. Adam Landman, Officer for Health Information, Innovation, and Integration

Challenges and Innovative Solutions in Medicine: Interview with Dr. Adam Landman, Officer for Health Information, Innovation, and Integration »

15 Apr, 2014
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©Brighman&Womens Last week, we wrote about a panel that brought five doctors together to talk about harnessing the power of technology to bring back the “art of medicine”—namely, the ability of a doctor to spend more time focused on the patient. Innovation is being encouraged at many of Boston’s hospitals, including Brigham and…

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