Dr. Suzuki speaking into microphone

Joji Suzuki speaks at a Discover Brigham panel.

On Nov. 7, members of the community interested in learning about the innovative research happening at the Brigham were invited to Discover Brigham for a full day of live demonstrations, speakers and scientific sessions. Attendees had the opportunity to hear from a Brigham researcher on a yet-to-be-identified plant that may be an eventual universal blood substitute for transfusions; immerse themselves in the future of Artificial Intelligence technology in medicine; and even get a look inside the medical bay on the International Space Station. We create breakthroughs. It's in our DNA logo.The event, hosted by the Brigham Research Institute, ended with an announcement that the $100,000 BRIght Futures Prize was awarded to Natalie Artzi, PhD, for her project aimed to fight childhood brain cancer.

Read more about Discover Brigham in the latest edition of Brigham Clinical & Research News.