Steven Brunelli, MD, MSCE, and colleagues from Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital were featured in the New York times for their latest research, published in the January 23rd, 2012 issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine. They investigated the link between iodide contrast agents, commonly used in CT scans, and an increased risk of thyroid disease.
Faculty Web Pages
- Joshua Gagne receives a research funding award from PCORI
- Niteesh Choudhry speaks with Medpage Today about the association between digoxin and increased risk of death in patients with newly diagnosed atrial fibrillation
- Aaron Kesselheim talks with Vector about the ethics behind giving Americans an experimental Ebola therapy
- Aaron Kesselheim discusses his finding that most mobile health applications are not approved by the FDA with Becker’s Hospital Review
- Aaron Kesselheim discusses his study on pill appearance and medication non-adherence with Boston Magazine’s Hub Health
- Aaron Kesselheim discusses his finding that patients who received a generic drug in a new color or shape were less likely to stay adherent