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Dr. Gori in her lab

New Funding Supports Research in Bone Fragility, Healing and Regeneration

September 30, 2019

Dr. Francesca Gori, assistant professor of Oral Medicine, Infection and Immunity, has a longstanding interest in studying the cellular and molecular pathways underlying cell fate and differentiation. Her research focuses on the identification and characterization of genes that regulate bone development and homeostasis as potential therapeutic targets. Recently, she was awarded an R56 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Award, as well as the William F. Milton Fund Award from Harvard University’s Office of the Provost to fund two studies that may lead to insights in human diseases...

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2018 Oct 25

Worldwide Week at Harvard Panel

Registration Closed 4:45pm to 6:30pm

Location: 

REB Auditorium and Lobby

 

A Worldwide Week at Harvard Event
 
Strengthening Rwanda’s Research Ethics Review Capacity
 

Remarks by Jane Barrow, Associate Dean, Global and Community Health

Panelists:

Nir Eyal, MA, DPhil

Associate Professor of...

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Dean’s Innovation Fund Recipients Announced

Dean’s Innovation Fund Recipients Announced

March 4, 2016

The first four recipients of the inaugural HSDM Dean’s Innovation Challenge were recently announced. The Dean’s Innovation Fund awards up to $25,000 of grant funding to HSDM faculty who propose innovative projects aimed at enhancing research, education or patient care.

Projects in basic, clinical, translational or social sciences were considered and evaluated based on the following criteria: their ability to gather pilot data that may be used to support future grant applications; their likeliness not to be funded by other mechanisms...

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Combating Prescription Drug Misuse Through Education

Combating Prescription Drug Misuse Through Education

January 8, 2016

A distressed patient arrives at a dental clinic complaining of jaw pain and pleading for pain medication. The dentist suspects it might be temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), but closer examination reveals years of neglected dental disease, a history of substance abuse, and potentially a more serious condition that could be cancer.

The scenario is one that could happen in any dental clinic or doctor’s office, but this particular example is part of a detailed training module designed to educate health care professionals who have to make critical treatment decisions that often...

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HSDM and Northeastern University School of Nursing Collaborate on a $1.2 Million HRSA-Funded Program That Aims to Bring Primary Care Services Into a Dental Care Practice

HSDM and Northeastern University School of Nursing Collaborate on a $1.2 Million HRSA-Funded Program That Aims to Bring Primary Care Services Into a Dental Care Practice

October 19, 2015

A $1.2 million cooperative agreement from Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will fund an innovative new program and partnership between the two universities that focuses on serving the primary care and oral health care needs of Boston area patients and their families.

The three-year funded project supports the creation of an interprofessional collaborative practice model in which primary care services are integrated into a primary academic dental practice. The program will give Northeastern University nurse practitioner...

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