Harvard Medical School
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The goal of the I4C Collaboratory is to develop novel combined immunologic approaches to cure HIV-1 through a highly collaborative and multifaceted research program involving leading investigators in academia, government and industry.
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DR. NANCY RAPPAPORT is a part-time Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Her research, teaching, and clinical expertise focus on the collaboration between education and psychiatry.
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Their goal with their new website was to provide an easier way to learn about bone research-related events and the CSR core services. A new addition is videos of our Keynote speakers from the Annual Skeletal Research Symposium.
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A new tool from researchers at Harvard Medical School may allow investigators to predict cognitive decline in people with Parkinson’s disease (PD), which could help design clinical trials and test new therapies. The tool uses an algorithm combining varied personal details — age at onset, baseline score on the Mini Mental State Examination, years of education, motor exam score, sex, depression, and GBA mutation status.