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.
Visit website: https://hms.harvard.edu/
See also: Harvard University - Private Ivy League research university in Massachusetts
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Rheumatologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Associate Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School
Harvard Medical School Creations
Questions and answers covering symptoms, risks and treatment
Series of prospective cohort research studies
People at Harvard Medical School
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School
Ph.D Candidate of Biomedical Engineering at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School
Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and Associate Bioengineer at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Joseph E. Murray MD, Distinguished Chair in Transplant Surgery
Science and Technology Writer and Researcher in Bioethics at Harvard Medical School
Lecturer on Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School
Baldino Professor of Sleep Medicine and Director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School
Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School.
Professor of Genetics and Neurology at Harvard Medical School
Professor at Harvard Medical School.
Professor of Otolaryngology and Neurology at Harvard Medical School.
Professor of Comparative Pathology; Chair of Department of Immunology at Harvard Medical School
Professor of Health Policy at Harvard Medical School.
Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School.
Samuel A. Levine Professor at Harvard Medical School.
Biologist and engineer, research fellow in the Department of Systems Biology at HMS.
Lecturer at Harvard Medical School.
Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Harvard Medical School.
Harvard Medical School News
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 useRead more...
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 supplementsRead more...
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 disordersRead more...
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 yearRead more...
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 cancerRead more...
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'Read more...
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 cellsRead more...
Is it possible to predict biological age with gut microbiome?
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 19-Jun-2020
Models and anti-ageing intervention design enables new ageing clock developmentRead more...
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 ageRead more...
This enzyme helps reverse age-related neurodegeneration in mice
EurekAlert! - 18-May-2020
Sheds light to potential treatments for age-related cognitive decline, Alzheimer'sRead more...
Reduced risk of Parkinson's disease for coffee and tea drinkers
Independent - 18-May-2020
Lead study linking caffeine and its disease-slowing potentialRead more...
Parkinson's patient can swim again after stem cell transplant
Newsweek - 14-May-2020
Study and procedure represent a milestone in personalized medicine for Parkinson'sRead more...
The integral role of gut microbiome in precision medicine
AACC (American Association for Clinical Chemistry) - 01-May-2020
Huge potential in a more personalized diagnostics and diet-based disease interventionsRead more...
Inheritance of damaging mutations decides how long we get to live
GEN News - 10-Apr-2020
With whole exome and genome sequencing we could reveal so many secrets of lifeRead more...
Blood test as multi-cancer detection tool
BBC - 31-Mar-2020
More to look forward as it promises early cancer detection when fine-tunedRead more...
A big NO to nootropics - contain drugs that aren't approved by the FDA
VICE - 27-Nov-2019
Unacceptable move by the pharmaceutical industry - be cautious about their side effectsRead more...
Could you live longer with minimal brain activity?
Big Think - 25-Oct-2019
Gene regulation calmed high neural activity and prolonged life in mice & roundwormRead more...
The idea that drinking coffee before bed will keep you awake at night is a myth
Independent - 01-Oct-2019
Unlike alcohol and nicotine, pre-bed consumption of caffeine doesn't disrupt the sleepRead more...
Drinking tea could be good for your brain
Independent - 17-Sep-2019
People who drank tea at least 4 times a week for 25 years have better-connected brain regionsRead more...
Gut and oral human microbiome, mapped
Science Daily - 19-Aug-2019
Study reveals links between bacterial genes and disease risk, key to future protectionRead more...
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