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From the Lab Bench is a monthly newsletter from the Office of the Scientific Director at the Mass General Research Institute.
Celebrating the important role of nurse researchers at Mass General.
Mass General at the March for Science, new MGH Research Scholars and more.
Celebrating the role of women in science, plus our response to the proposed NIH cuts.
What's the "problem" with your research, plus investigating traumatic brain injuries in domestic violence and a new strategy for treating acute myeloid leukemia.
A profile of Marcia Goldberg, MD, the new director of the Postdoctoral Division at Massachusetts General Hospital. Plus stories from our postdoc community and some more of our recent favorite science-themed podcasts and articles.
Looking ahead to 2017, plus stories about a new browser for rare disease genetics research, the role Mass General will play in the All of Us precision medicine initiative and how Mass General researchers can use the Partners Biobank at MGH.
The global reach of research at Massachusetts General Hospital, plus stories about extreme research, an Antarctic seal study and some of our favorite science podcasts.
Highlights from our Art of Talking Science event at HUBweek, tips on science communication, more.
A creative new approach to deep brain stimulation, racing cells for sepsis and predicting the impact of global HIV care.
Tips for talking about science, including videos, helpful links and a downloadable tip sheet.
Rethinking anesthesia, bacterial therapeutics and an MGH Research Scholar panel discussion.
Growing adult stem cells in vivo, refining proton beam therapy and our communicating science event.
An industry collaboration on Ig4 disease, using web-based quizzes to map the mind and a serious video game to help in decision-making for cancer patients.
Introducing our new newsletter, the research of Brad Bernstein, the Partners HealthCare biobank helps in search for calciphylaxis research and a video introduction to the Mass General Research Institute.
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