Selected November Publications from BIDMC Faculty

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DECEMBER 14, 2022

Building on our culture of collaboration and innovation, our researchers are helping to transform medicine and health care delivery. Below are selected academic publications issued in November.

Comparison of industry payments to physicians and advanced practice clinicians
JAMA / Research Letter / November 1, 2022
BIDMC Author: Timothy S. Anderson (Division of General Medicine)

Rating dyspnea and pain: “No” is not always “zero”
Clinical Nursing Research / Original Research / November 11, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Kathy M. Baker, Jennifer B. Reilly, Robert W. Lansing, Richard M. Schwartzstein, Robert B. Banzett (Nursing, Department of Medicine)

Early metabolomic, lipid and lipoprotein changes in response to medical and surgical therapeutic approaches to obesity
Metabolism / Original Research / November 11, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Angeliki M. Angelidi, Christos S. Mantzoros

PAHSAs reduce cellular senescence and protect pancreatic beta cells from metabolic stress through regulation of Mdm2/p53
PNAS / Original Research / November 14, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Maria F. Rubin de Celis, Ismail Syed, Jennifer Lee, Barbara B. Kahn (Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism)

Primary care physician supply by county-level characteristics, 2010-2019
JAMA / Research Letter / November 15, 2022
BIDMC Author: Rishi K. Wadhera (Smith Center for Outcomes Research)

Informing the debate about telemedicine reimbursement — What do we need to know?
New England Journal of Medicine / Perspective / November 17, 2022
BIDMC Author: Ateev Mehrotra

Dyspnea—When a sensation becomes a symptom
JAMA / Perspective / November 22, 2022
BIDMC Author: Richard M. Schwartzstein (Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine)

Effects of diet on 10-year atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease risk (from the DASH Trial)
American Journal of Cardiology / Original Research / November 29, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Sun Young Jeong, Christina C. Wee, Kenneth J. Mukamal, Stephen P. Juraschek (Department of Medicine)

Appraising the quality of development and reporting in surgical prediction models
JAMA Surgery / Research Letter / November 30, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Jayson S. Marwaha, Hao Wei Chen, Gabriel A. Brat (Department of Surgery)

Phosphofructokinase P fine-tunes T regulatory cell metabolism, function, and stability in systemic autoimmunity
Science Advances / Original Research / November 30, 2022
BIDMC Authors: Marc Scherlinger, Wenliang Pan, Ryo Hisada, Afroditi Boulougoura, Nobuya Yoshida, Milena Vukelic, Masataka Umeda, Suzanne Krishfield, Maria G. Tsokos, George C. Tsokos (Department of Medicine)

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