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Two CSB PIs - Ralph Weissleder and Bradley E. Bernstein - are included in the Clarivate Analytics 2017 Highly Cited Researchers list (formerly the Thompson Reuters list).


"Food Allergy Detection Device Could Remove Danger Of Dining Out" - CBS News report on the iEat device developed at CSB


Aaron Aguirre, MD, PhD has received a 2017 Physician/Scientist Development Award for “Morphology and Dynamic Functions of Pericytes in the Heart.” The project will use state-of-the-art microscopy techniques to better understand the role of pericytes—unique cells that line the outer walls of the smallest blood vessels in the heart.


CSB has been named as one of the NCI Innovative Research in Cancer Nanotechnology (IRCNs). The IRCNs engage in directed, product-focused research that aims to translate cutting-edge science and technology into the next generation of diagnostic and therapeutic tools. These platforms serve as the core technologies for a wide array of specific applications that will ultimately benefit cancer patients.


Ralph Weissleder, MD, PhD is in the top 100 of Highly Cited Researchers.


Sean Arlauckas of the Weissleder lab won the Tayyaba Hasan, PhD ORCD Poster of Prestige Award for top abstract at this year’s MGH Research Fellow Poster Celebration. The prize recognizes outstanding contributions to the MGH research enterprise.

2017-05-16 - "Current EMR’s in peril":

"It happens every day, in exam rooms across the country, something that would have been unthinkable 20 years ago: Doctors and nurses turn away from their patients and focus their attention elsewhere — on their computer screens......" - WBUR Commentary


Science features CSB research on macrophages in the heart - (pdf)


Ralph Weissleder, MD PhD is one of more than 100 scientists and leaders who signed the letter “Convergence: The future of health”. It was released in Science. (pdf)


Miles Miller, PhD and Kevin King, MD, PhD have been selected to serve as Associate Scientific Advisors (ASAs) for Science's sister journal, Science Translational Medicine, for 2017-2018.