SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge Winners Announced!

SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge Winners Announced! »

8 Mar, 2017
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The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) today named three teams hailing from universities in Israel and the United States as the winners of the SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge, which encouraged participants to explore and examine the potential of sharing clinical trial data.

Shaping the Future of Clinical Trial Data Sharing

Shaping the Future of Clinical Trial Data Sharing »

15 Nov, 2016
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Opening on November 15, the SPRINT Data Analysis Challenge explores the potential of clinical trial data sharing by challenging individuals and groups to identify a novel scientific or clinical finding using the SPRINT article data.

NEJM CareerCenter Launches Discussion Series with the American Physician Scientists Association

NEJM CareerCenter Launches Discussion Series with the American Physician Scientists Association »

The six-part online conversation series launches today on Medstro with “Physician-Scientists Shaping American Healthcare”

Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum

Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum »

12 Jun, 2015
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Written in partnership with Medstro Join the online discussion happening now at NEJM Group Open Forum on Medstro, where New England Journal of Medicine authors answer your questions and discuss their research. Happening Now "NEJM CareerCenter Conversations: Giving Back, Working with Underserved Communities" Working with the underserved presents its unique set of challenges and rewards but may not be an…
Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum

Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum »

5 Jun, 2015
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Written in partnership with Medstro Join the online discussion happening now at NEJM Group Open Forum on Medstro, where New England Journal of Medicine authors answer your questions and discuss their research. Happening Now "NEJM CareerCenter Conversations: Giving Back, Working with Underserved Communities" Working with the underserved presents its unique set of challenges and rewards but may not be an…
Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum

Happening Now on NEJM Group Open Forum »

29 May, 2015
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Written in partnership with Medstro Join the online discussion happening now at NEJM Group Open Forum on Medstro, where New England Journal of Medicine authors answer your questions and discuss their research. Happening Now @NEJM Ask the Author & Experts: ClinGen — The Clinical Genome Resource Dr. Heidi Rehm, Clinical Director, Clinical Research Sequencing Platform at…
Exclusive Interview: Dr. Sachin Jain Leaves Merck to Join CareMore

Exclusive Interview: Dr. Sachin Jain Leaves Merck to Join CareMore »

14 Jan, 2015
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Visit the NEJM Group Open Forum starting Thursday morning, January 15, to ask Dr. Jain questions about his new role at CareMore. Dr. Sachin Jain announced this week his decision to leave Boston-based pharmaceutical company Merck & Co. to become Chief Medical Officer at CareMore, an Anthem subsidiary and Los Angeles-based integrated care plan that combines…
#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News

#NowTrending: This Week’s MedTech News »

7 Nov, 2014
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Massachusetts Governor-elect Charlie Baker (R). Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. We bring you this week’s healthcare and medtech trends, in Boston and beyond: 1. Baker and Biotech After a long election season that culminated in Tuesday’s midterm elections (which you hopefully voted in), Republican Charlie Baker officially won the Massachusetts gubernatorial election.…
Welcome to the World’s Best Journal Club

Welcome to the World’s Best Journal Club »

6 Nov, 2014
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Have you ever found yourself reading an article in the New England Journal of Medicine and asked yourself, wouldn't it be great if I could discuss this article with the authors themselves? Well, now you can. NEJM Group has partnered with Medstro to bring you NEJM Group Open Forum, a brand new discussion platform that…

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