Ca2+-supplying black phosphorus-based scaffolds fabricated with microfluidic technology for osteogenesis
Effective osteogenesis remains a challenge in the treatment of bone defects. The emergence of artificial…
Five years ago, Gillian Reny was one of the many injured by the Boston Marathon bombings. The doctors at Brigham and Women’s Hospital saved her life, and her injured legs.
Her family, in turn, created The Stepping Strong Center at Brigham and Women’s, which supports research for innovative trauma care. They have awarded 20 grants totaling about $2 million in research since it was founded in 2014, and that research has already impacted several lives.