A 2-year interdisciplinary program serving as a platform for collaborative global health work with governmental, non-governmental and outside agencies to promote educational initiatives and research.
The Simulation, Training, Research and Technology Utilization System (STRATUS) Center for Medical Simulation provides training for medical and allied health practitioners at all levels of training.
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.
The U. S. has a serious nursing shortage. The Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science works to address this shortage, and provides innovative programs and education in Graduate Nursing.
Lung cancer accounts for more deaths than the next three most common cancers (colon, breast, prostate) combined. Brigham and Women's Hospital is poised to lead the charge against this disease.
International Medical Corps incorporates water and sanitation into its community-based programs so that public health is not only possible, but sustainable.
Our Center is engaged in field-based research and humanitarian projects to develop and implement emergency systems that meet the needs of underserved and vulnerable populations in crisis.
Since 1861, MIT has operated with the same purpose: to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world.
The principal goal of CNI is to advance drug testing to allow more treatments to reach patients faster--in particular, clinical trials and new therapy development for central nervous system diseases.
The Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice creates new knowledge and evaluates interventions, systems, education and public policy to reduce medical errors and improve patient safety.