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Southcoast Health announced that Dr. Iraklis Gerogiannis has been named chair of cardiothoracic surgery, a new position at Southcoast Health. more
Eliminating the stigma for those who live with mental illness was the focus of two Brain Week Rhode Island events last week. more
Anthony H. Cincotta, a neuroendocrinologist, is founder, president and chief science officer of VeroScience LLC, a privately-held company in Tiverton. more
The Providence-Warwick-Fall River metropolitan area ranked 70th among the 100 largest metro areas in the Milken Institute’s 2017 Best Cities for Successful Aging report and index, a collaboration of the Institute’s Center for the Future of Aging and Research Department, released earlier this week. more
Pilot projects led by two University of Rhode Island researchers have each been awarded federal grant funding through Advance Clinical and Translational Research, a statewide program that supports scientific research that will improve the health of Rhode Islanders. more
Hakon Heimer is a science editor and consultant on mental illness and neuroscience based in Providence. He is the founder of Schizophrenia Research Forum, an online knowledge environment for researchers, and program adviser on cognitive disorders to the Banbury Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York. more
Norman Brunette, 49, of West Warwick, was miserable; he'd suffered for years with severe and widespread psoriasis over much of his body. Eventually, he sought help from Thundermist Health Center, in West Warwick, which is piloting an … more
Kyrie Perry has been named director of communications, marketing and outreach for HealthSource RI. She previously worked at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and the executive office of former Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee. She holds a B.A. in media communications from Roger Williams University. more
The Massachusetts economy continues to perform well, given that total jobs, unemployment, wages and gross state product are close to or better than pre-recession levels. more
Lamya Karim, an assistant professor of bioengineering at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been awarded a $616,170 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how Type 2 diabetes weakens bones and results in patients being at much greater risk for fractures. more
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