A cardiovascular medicine specialist at the Brigham and former long-time chair of the Department of Medicine, Braunwald was instrumental in the creation of the Tower — a 16-story inpatient building for medical and surgical patients.
Although their work takes place behind the scenes, pathologists are on the front lines when it comes to diagnosing and, by extension, treating cancer. But in much of the world, experienced pathologists are in short supply.
While in many cases novel treatment strategies can prevent the worst consequences of a stroke, delays in seeking care can put these therapies out of reach.
Health care providers work tirelessly to care for patients, but sometimes it can be a challenge to find time in between their work to care for themselves.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff.