Koch Institute, Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center announce launch of 'Bridge Project' to attack most-lethal forms of cancer
March 6, 2012Institutions, research teams, non-profit organizations join forces in novel approaches targeting pancreatic cancer, glioblastoma.
Haibo Wang, SDM ’12: Systems thinking makes surgeries safer
March 2, 2012
Measuring blood flow to monitor sickle cell disease
March 1, 2012New technology may help doctors predict when patients are at risk for serious complications.
MIT to launch Institute for Medical Engineering and Science
February 2, 2012Based in School of Engineering but spanning all of MIT, IMES will be led by Arup K. Chakraborty.
Two MIT scientists elected to the Institute of Medicine
October 18, 2011Sur, Tsai among the 65 new members
Sanofi Biomedical Innovation Award Program announces request for proposals
August 12, 2011Biomedical Innovation Funding Awards (BIFAs)- Application deadline: Sept. 6
International biomedical imaging consortium convenes fellowship finalists
May 6, 201124 vying for inaugural Madrid–MIT M+Visión Consortium Fellowship in Biomedical Imaging.
A new approach to bladder-disease treatment
December 27, 2010Implanted device can release slow, steady dose of medicine over extended period, removing the need for repeated procedures.
Sanofi-aventis establishes strategic alliance with MIT’s Center for Biomedical Innovation
May 26, 2010Alliance formed to advance cutting-edge research and foster collaboration between academia and industry
Building peace between border zones, one diagnosis at a time
March 30, 2010Moca Lab project wins 2010 Davis Projects for Peace Fellowship
"The Power of Basic Science Applied to Medical Progress"
November 16, 2009
3 Questions: Jeffrey Harris on why we still don't have an HIV vaccine
November 3, 2009The MIT economist blames inadequate incentives for the failure to develop a vaccine against the virus that causes AIDS. He argues governments should help industry create an HIV vaccine by sharing risk.