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Harvard Medical School

Graduate medical school of Harvard University

At Harvard Medical School, our mission is to create and nurture a diverse community of the best people committed to leadership in alleviating human suffering caused by disease. With our vast reservoir of talent, extensive network of affiliates and commitment to problem solving, Harvard Medical School is uniquely positioned to steer education and research in directions that will benefit local, national, and global communities.

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See also: Academia Harvard University - Private Ivy League research university in Massachusetts

Details last updated 13-Oct-2019

Harvard Medical School is also referenced in the following:

Aparna Nathan

Science writer and a lecturer for Biomedical Informatics at Harvard Medical School

Karen Costenbader

Rheumatologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Monica Kleinman

Associate Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School

Patrick Ellinor

Clinical cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School Creations

Harvard Personal Genome Project (PGP)

Research study that creates freely available scientific resources that bring together genomic, environmental and human trait data

Coronavirus Resource Center

Questions and answers covering symptoms, risks and treatment

Nurses' Health Study

Series of prospective cohort research studies

People at Harvard Medical School

Frank Qian

Clinical Fellow in Medicine at Harvard medical school

Alexander Tyshkovskiy

Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Hope Ricciotti

Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Harvard Medical School

Gregory Curfman

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Former Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Health Publishing

John H. Growdon

Professor of Neurology at the Harvard Medical School, Doctor and Author

Uma Naidoo

Harvard Nutritional Psychiatrist

Jason I. Comander

Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School

Richard Cheng

Ph.D Candidate of Biomedical Engineering at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Andrei Tarkhov

Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School

Anastasia Shindyapina

Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Shrike Zhang

Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and Associate Bioengineer at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Stefan G. Tullius

Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Joseph E. Murray MD, Distinguished Chair in Transplant Surgery

Raiany Romanni

Science and Technology Writer and Researcher in Bioethics at Harvard Medical School

Leon Peshkin

Lecturer on Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School

Charles Czeisler

Baldino Professor of Sleep Medicine and Director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Joseph C. Kvedar

Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School.

Bruce Yankner

Professor of Genetics and Neurology at Harvard Medical School

Stuart Orkin

Professor at Harvard Medical School.

Jeffrey Holt

Professor of Otolaryngology and Neurology at Harvard Medical School.

Arlene Sharpe

Professor of Comparative Pathology; Chair of Department of Immunology at Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School News

Mediterranean diet linked to lower mortality, especially in women

Live Forever Club - 07-Jun-2024

It improves biomarkers related to inflammation, metabolism, and heart health


Life's curveballs can fast-forward your biological clock and make you look older

National Institute on Aging (NIA) - 04-Jan-2024

These age-jumps, measured by DNA changes, can actually reverse once the stressor fades


New ultrasonic 3D printing tech mends broken hearts and bones without surgery

Singularity Hub - 10-Dec-2023

Sound waves and a special ink to print custom implants and deliver drugs directly to injured tissues


New study reveals ideal temperature for a good night's sleep

BBC Science Focus - 28-Aug-2023

Older adults are especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change on sleep


Chemical cocktail able to reprogram cells to reverse ageing, without the need for gene therapy

Live Forever Club - 13-Jul-2023

David Sinclair and team discovers potential new approach to treat age-related diseases and promote healthy aging


An apple a day: the role of flavonols in frailty prevention

Independent - 23-May-2023

Quercetin, a flavonoid found in apples and blackberries, may be particularly important for frailty prevention


Cancer in the young: A global trend raising alarms and spurring research

New Scientist - 29-Mar-2023

From diet to lifestyle, experts explore potential culprits behind this worrying trend


Men who have regular quality sleep live about 5 years longer, while women add on two more years

The Guardian - 23-Feb-2023

Not just the number of hours but also the quality of sleep is important to enhance your wellbeing


Use of rilmenidine drug showed lifespan and healthspan benefits in both young and old animals

Longevity Technology - 25-Jan-2023

With a global ageing population, the benefits of delaying ageing, even if slightly, are immense


Dissociation of longevity targeted cell reprogram and somatic identity loss: An exploration

Live Forever Club - 17-Jan-2023

Most genes regulating cellular rejuvenation were not related to the increased occurrence of cancer


Vitamin B group keeps your brain young and healthy

CNBC - 05-Aug-2022

Consuming vitamin B rich food helps prevent cognitive decline, depression and mental impairment


Scientists built a functional human tendon using 3D cryobioprinting

3D Printing Industry - 07-Feb-2022

A breakthrough technique to print complex tissues that can be stored for later use


Vitamin D and fish oil supplements can lower the chances of getting a autoimmune disease

Medical News Today - 02-Feb-2022

Disease risk reduced by 30% in older people but its best to consult a doctor before taking supplements


Embryos reset biological age back to zero in early stage of development

Science News - 25-Jun-2021

Rejuvenation process in germline cells may help find new therapies for age-related disorders


Right amount of lab-grown retinal cells can cure glaucoma

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) - 19-Apr-2021

For the first time, cultured retinal cells transplanted & survived in the eyes of mice for a year


A study on mice revealed fatty diets are no good for immunity

New Atlas - 09-Dec-2020

Consuming high fat diet may weaken the immunity and its ability against cancer


Vision loss due to age & glaucoma reversed in mice

Medical Xpress - 02-Dec-2020

David Sinclair says findings are 'transformative for the care of age-related vision diseases'


Discovery of the underlying cause of age-related hearing loss

EurekAlert! - 20-Jul-2020

It is now known it is due to damage in inner ear hair cells


Is it possible to predict biological age with gut microbiome? (LEAF) - 19-Jun-2020

Models and anti-ageing intervention design enables new ageing clock development


Is it really possible to train for that 100-year milestone?

BBC - 22-May-2020

New concept of 'Centenarian Olympics' allows humans to die young at an old age


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