From Beethoven to Harry Potter, Art Inspires at ‘Medicine and the Muse’
Francisco Marty, MD, fondly remembers the first camera he ever received – a childhood gift from his father. It wasn’t until later in life that he returned to photography. After starting out with medical photography during medical school, he was soon drawn to photography as a creative outlet as well.
Study: Do Antipsychotics Taken During Pregnancy Raise Risk of Gestational Diabetes?
Women who are prescribed antipsychotic medications to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and other severe mental health disorders face several unknowns about potential side effects when deciding whether to remain on these therapies during pregnancy.
Heart & Vascular Center First in Region to Perform 1,000 TAVRs
Less than a decade after performing the first transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) at the Brigham, a multidisciplinary team in the BWH Heart & Vascular Center recently became the first in New England to have completed 1,000 TAVR procedures.
Campaign Calls on BWHers to ‘Stand for Our Brand’
Every BWHer has a responsibility to help build and protect the Brigham Health brand, and a new campaign, “Stand for Our Brand,” calls on all staff to do their part.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff