COVID-19: Preparedness, Not Panic, Is Key
As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread across the globe, concerns are deepening with it—and rightfully so. Even experts don’t yet fully understand how the virus works.
The Realities of Artificial Intelligence-Driven Decision-Making
As artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly brought to bear in diagnosis, therapeutic intervention, and personalized medicine, some experts are expressing concern over its reliability and accuracy.
Disconnected Connections: The Risks of Social Media Addiction
Is social media, a ubiquitous platform in the digital age, the root of a modern paradox: causing widespread feelings of isolation even as it brings us (virtually) together? Gillian Galen, PsyD, a clinical psychologist at McLean Hospital, says there’s overwhelming evidence that it is.
GE Partnership Advances Artificial Intelligence’s Promise
Is all artificial intelligence (AI) created equal? A recent groundbreaking Partners HealthCare initiative with GE Healthcare points to no.
Promoting Pioneering Research: The Inaugural President’s Scholars
For many early-career investigators, the only limit to their high-potential research is the funding needed to support it. Imagine, then, what an unrestricted gift of $100,000 per year for three years could mean—to their laboratories, to medicine, and, potentially, to patient care.
Brigham Researchers Follow Genetic Trail to Target an Intractable Skin Disease
A new, genetic-level discovery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital offers a potential pathway toward better treatments for psoriasis, an often-debilitating condition impacting at least 100 million individuals worldwide.