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BIDMC's world-renowned research program couples highly innovative scientific discoveries with a patient-centered mindset.
Barbara B. Kahn, MD, named recipient of the 2016 Banting Medal for Scientific Achievement from the American Diabetes Association.
The Institute for RNA Medicine in the BIDMC Cancer Center is providing key insights into this mysterious genetic material.
Richard Cummings, PhD, leads this NIH-funded Center focused on the rapidly growing field of glycoscience and its role in health and disease.
Funding initiative supports and encourages discovery through interdisciplinary investigations.
BIDMC’s Genomics and Proteomics Core now offers scientists state-of-the-art technology for enhanced biomarker identification.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) is home to a preeminent academic research program where scientific discoveries are helping to transform medical care.
Basic research to study fundamental life processes at the molecular level routinely informs clinic research. In turn, the findings gained through clinical research help to take laboratory investigations in new directions.
BIDMC's research program is truly translational.
Learn more about some of the researchers at BIDMC whose investigations are uncovering exciting new findings that influence our health and well-being: from diet and nutrition to leading-edge cancer treatments and more.
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