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harvardmed's Media: Former NFL quarterback Matt Hasselbeck stopped by HMS to discuss the Football Players Health Study

Former NFL quarterback Matt Hasselbeck stopped by HMS to discuss the Football Players Health Study at Harvard University. The largest study to date of living former players, the Football Players Health Study is dedicated to understanding the causes of conditions NFL players face, with the goal of improving their health and wellbeing. #harvardmed #nflplayers

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harvardmed's Media: Petri dish or winter frost? Thanks to HMS research fellow @lisagoers for sharing this image! #Harva

Petri dish or winter frost? Thanks to HMS research fellow @lisagoers for sharing this image! #HarvardMed #microbiology

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harvardmed's Media: Changes in the expanse of Artic sea ice, shown in satellite images taken nearly three decades apart

Changes in the expanse of Artic sea ice, shown in satellite images taken nearly three decades apart, help scientists determine that Artic sea ice is decreasing by approximately 12% each decade. At this rate of loss, scientists say the Arctic’s summer ice will completely disappear within this century. The loss of glacier ice removes large regions that reflect the sun’s rays and help temper Earth’s current climate. To learn more about earthly events that are threatening human health throughout the world, watch our story. #HarvardMed #climatechange

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harvardmed's Media: Vanderbilt Hall stands above a snow-covered campus. #HarvardMed #HarvardinWinter

Vanderbilt Hall stands above a snow-covered campus. #HarvardMed #harvardinwinter

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harvardmed's Media: Zecai Liang is a PhD student in the interdepartmental Molecular Mechanistic Biology program, an int

Zecai Liang is a PhD student in the interdepartmental Molecular Mechanistic Biology program, an interdisciplinary initiative focused on understanding biological and biophysical mechanisms at the molecular level. She is exploring the role of orphan G protein-coupled receptors in the gut-to-brain sensory circuit. #HarvardMed #molecularbiology

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harvardmed's Media: Wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! #HarvardMed #happyholidays

Wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! #HarvardMed #happyholidays

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harvardmed's Media: Researchers at HMS and @wyssinstitute have leapfrogged their own technology by vastly improving the

Researchers at HMS and @wyssinstitute have leapfrogged their own technology by vastly improving the capabilities of DNA “bricks,” which are able to connect like interlocking Lego bricks and self-assemble into structures with prescribed shapes. These next-generation DNA bricks have the potential to serve as building components in numerous nanotechnological applications in medicine and engineering. #HarvardMed #technology

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harvardmed's Media: The HMS Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology has found a way to get 20 times more data from scarce ti

The HMS Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology has found a way to get 20 times more data from scarce tissue samples, such as cancer patient biopsies. This wealth of data is helping doctors and scientists understand why some patients respond to chemotherapy and others don’t. This image shows a pancreatic tissue sample. #HarvardMed #cancerresearch

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harvardmed's Media: To gain clinical experience, HMS students work closely with faculty and medical professionals at af

To gain clinical experience, HMS students work closely with faculty and medical professionals at affiliate hospitals. Here, Leigh Simmons (center), assistant professor of medicine at @massgeneral, observes as second-year MD student Laura Banashek performs a cardiovascular exam on a patient. #HarvardMed #clinicalskills

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harvardmed's Media: First snow of the season! Thanks to @dchristie130 for sharing this photo of the HMS Quad during the

First snow of the season! Thanks to @dchristie130 for sharing this photo of the HMS Quad during the flurries. ❄️⛄️ #HarvardMed #HarvardinWinter

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harvardmed's Media: The HMS campus on a clear December day. #HarvardMed #winter

The HMS campus on a clear December day. #HarvardMed #winter

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harvardmed's Media: Surface mining, including mountaintop removal, has been used in West Virginia for decades. Scientif

Surface mining, including mountaintop removal, has been used in West Virginia for decades. Scientific evidence indicates that the environmental disturbances this type of mining causes are pervasive and irreversible, and adversely affect the health of those who live near the mines. As rock and soil are removed from mountaintops, valleys are buried, streams become polluted, and residents lose their sources of safe water. These images show the increase in surface-mining sites in one part of West Virginia between 1987 (first image) and 2011 (second image). #HarvardMed #environment

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harvardmed's Media: The Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery–Dubai focuses on translating medical k

The Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery–Dubai focuses on translating medical knowledge into methods, tools and policies that improve health care delivery systems worldwide. Here, Salmaan Keshavjee, HMS professor and director of the Center, and Molla Adamjee, HMS lecturer and director of research and programs for the Center, speak with a young patient and his family in Dhaka, Bangladesh. #HarvardMed #globalhealth

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harvardmed's Media: Enjoying the last days of fall before winter sets in. 🍂❄️ Thanks to @nbcxeric for sharing this ima

Enjoying the last days of fall before winter sets in. 🍂❄️ Thanks to @nbcxeric for sharing this image. #HarvardMed #harvardinautumn

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harvardmed's Media: How big a role does the environment play in human health? In the Autumn Issue of Harvard Medicine,

How big a role does the environment play in human health? In the Autumn Issue of Harvard Medicine, we explore the health hazards of climate disruption. Read the full issue online at magazine.hms.harvard.edu. #HarvardMed #environment #climatechange

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harvardmed's Media: A dime-sized community of bacteria known as a biofilm, composed of millions of cells of the pathoge

A dime-sized community of bacteria known as a biofilm, composed of millions of cells of the pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This image was photographed by Scott Chimileski, a research fellow in the lab of professor Roberto Kolter, as part of a new book, Life at the Edge of Sight. By showing microbes artistically, the scientists hope to dispel deep-rooted fears of bacteria. 🔬 #HarvardMed #microbes

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harvardmed's Media: On Veterans Day, we honor all the members of the HMS community who have served in the military. Her

On Veterans Day, we honor all the members of the HMS community who have served in the military. Here, Oscar Tugo Circle, located in front of the HMS Quad, is dedicated to a 23-year-old Boston native who became the first enlisted man killed in World War I. Tugo joined the Harvard Medical Unit at Base Hospital No. 5 in Camiers, France when the United States entered WWI. His service ended tragically on September 4, 1917 when a German plane bombed the base hospital. #HarvardMed #veteransday

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harvardmed's Media: First-year HMS and HSDM student volunteers provide mentorship and tutoring to students at Mission G

First-year HMS and HSDM student volunteers provide mentorship and tutoring to students at Mission Grammar School in Boston. The medical and dental students lead group-learning sessions, engage the students in sports and other activities, and provide one-on-one tutoring. Here, Thomas Thompson (right) answers a question posed by DMD student Ryan Lisann. #HarvardMed #volunteers

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harvardmed's Media: MD-PhD student Dylan Neel (left) studies liver cancer in zebrafish in the lab of Professor Wolfram

MD-PhD student Dylan Neel (left) studies liver cancer in zebrafish in the lab of Professor Wolfram Goessling. The lab seeks to understand the signaling pathways that indicate organ injury and regulate organ growth and regeneration. They use zebrafish as the primary model to study the liver. #HarvardMed #zebrafish

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harvardmed's Media: Happy Halloween! 🎃👻 #HarvardMed #Halloween

Happy Halloween! 🎃👻 #HarvardMed #halloween

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harvardmed's Media: The fall leaves create a colorful canopy above the hustle and bustle of the HMS campus. #HarvardMed

The fall leaves create a colorful canopy above the hustle and bustle of the HMS campus. #HarvardMed #HarvardInAutumn

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harvardmed's Media: Meet Jeter, a 5-year-old chocolate lab who will be visiting Countway Library every other Friday for

Meet Jeter, a 5-year-old chocolate lab who will be visiting Countway Library every other Friday for wet nose therapy sessions. The companionship and calming presence of therapy dogs have been found to lower blood pressure and help relieve stress and anxiety. HMS is re-introducing therapy dogs as the first of several wellness-centered program. #HarvardMed #therapydog

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harvardmed's Media: How do experiences shape the development of memory? In this piece, titled Carriers, artist Nelson D

How do experiences shape the development of memory? In this piece, titled Carriers, artist Nelson Da Costa explores the topic. Nelson Da Costa was born in Kwanza, Norte Angola into a family of farmers. In 1984, pushed to leave by Angola’s socio-political situation, he received a scholarship to finish high school in Isla de la Juventud, Cuba. In 2002, Nelson immigrated to the United States and received an MFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of fine Arts in Boston. He now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work will be on display in the Transit Gallery until December 4, 2017. #HarvardMed

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harvardmed's Media: Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker joined HMS Dean George Q. Daley prior to taking the podium to

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker joined HMS Dean George Q. Daley prior to taking the podium to discuss the state of the opioid crisis. More than 2.5 million Americans are struggling with addiction to opioids, including prescription painkillers and heroin. At today’s event, HMS experts discussed ways to stem the tide of the epidemic, including public and professional education, student and clinician training, and recommendations for best practices. #HarvardMed #opioidepidemic

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harvardmed's Media: Waves of vertebrae-building signals pulse outward in cells mimicking a developing embryo. Scientist

Waves of vertebrae-building signals pulse outward in cells mimicking a developing embryo. Scientists have discovered that this ticking of the segmentation clock, which directs the development of the vertebral column, arises from a critical mass of cells and the interplay of two signals, Notch and Yap. Insights into vertebrae development could lead to improved understanding of spinal defects such as scoliosis. #HarvardMed #science

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harvardmed's Media: Morning medicine ☕️📚 #HarvardMed #nationalcoffeeday

Morning medicine ☕️📚 #HarvardMed #nationalcoffeeday

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harvardmed's Media: Architectural details on the HMS campus. The glass frame of the New Research Building stands in fro

Architectural details on the HMS campus. The glass frame of the New Research Building stands in front of the Harvard Institutes of Medicine. #HarvardMed #architecture

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harvardmed's Media: On this day in 1782, the Harvard Corporation adopted a detailed plan for medical study in Cambridge

On this day in 1782, the Harvard Corporation adopted a detailed plan for medical study in Cambridge. The plan, devised by Dr. John Warren, included the formation of a library, acquisition of medical apparatus, facilities, and anatomical preparations, and the establishment of professorships of anatomy and surgery, physic and chemistry. This plan became the basis for Harvard Medical School, which began formal medical instructions in the autumn of 1783. #HarvardMed #thisdayinhistory

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harvardmed's Media: To stay healthy, our lungs must maintain two key cell populations: bronchiolar epithelial cells, al

To stay healthy, our lungs must maintain two key cell populations: bronchiolar epithelial cells, also known as airway cells (first image), and alveolar epithelial cells, which make up the little sacs where gas exchange takes place (second image). Researchers at HMS and Boston Children’s Hospital are using a 3-D organoid culture system to study how these lung cells are formed. Understanding lung cell formation could help researchers develop new treatments for lung disorders such as asthma and emphysema. (📷: Joo-Hyeon Lee) #HarvardMed

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harvardmed's Media: HMS students, faculty and health care professionals gathered on the Quad for a demonstration follow

HMS students, faculty and health care professionals gathered on the Quad for a demonstration following the recent decision to end #DACA, which makes it possible for almost 800,000 undocumented individuals who entered the U.S. when they were children to stay, work and go to school. Several medical students spoke and held signs showing support for those affected by a repeal of DACA. #HarvardMed

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harvardmed's Media: With the dawn of a new academic year, students discuss the hope and promise of Harvard Medical Scho

With the dawn of a new academic year, students discuss the hope and promise of Harvard Medical School. #HarvardMed

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harvardmed's Media: Francis Glessner Lee, pictured here in 1948, is considered the “godmother of forensic science”. Beg

Francis Glessner Lee, pictured here in 1948, is considered the “godmother of forensic science”. Beginning in the early 1940s, Lee constructed the Nutshell Studies—a series of dollhouse-sized diorama composites of true crime scenes, used to teach investigators at HMS’ Department of Legal Medicine how to properly canvas a crime scene to effectively uncover and understand evidence. The Nutshell Studies, which are still used in forensic training today, helped revolutionize the emerging field of forensic science. The Nutshell Studies are currently on loan from HMS to the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and will be on display in the Renwick Gallery from October 20, 2017 to January 28, 2018 as part of the “Murder Is Her Hobby” exhibit. #HarvardMed #renwickgallery #medicalhistory

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harvardmed's Media: A view of Gordon Hall through the trees on the HMS Quad. #HarvardMed

A view of Gordon Hall through the trees on the HMS Quad. #HarvardMed

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