The University of Washington Harborview Burn Center has pioneered a number of advanced treatments, including early skin grafting. Immersive virtual reality pain distraction was originated here.
Cleveland Clinic is a multispecialty academic medical center, consistently ranked among the top hospitals in America. Its Las Vegas operations are located at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
The Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health offers patients and caregivers a complete continuum of care, infusing education and research into all that we do for those afflicted by neurocognitive disorders.
This project targets Black Women in Boston and will provide health and wellness activities aimed at improving their health and empowering them to advocate for their own and their families' wellness.
BWH's Division of Renal Medicine provides the most advanced quality care to patients with acute and chronic kidney diseases. Its educational program trains leaders in clinical medicine and research.
This inspiring program will propel the next generation of physician-leaders in women's cancers through unique fellowship programs in breast cancer, gynecology oncology, and surgical oncology.
The International Mesothelioma Program operates with this clearly defined purpose: quality of life extension leading to a cure, while addressing both the clinical and emotional needs of patients.
mHealth is short for mobile health, a growing field that takes advantage of mobile communications devices—mostly cell phones—to enhance access to health information and services.
SnowWorld, developed at the University of Washington HITLab in collaboration with Harborview Burn Center, was the first immersive virtual world designed for reducing pain.
The Salk Institute consistently ranks among the leading research institutions in the world for its faculty's contributions and the impact of their findings.