Elena Aikawa,MD, Ph.D is featured as a co-founder of the Society for Internationally Trained Women Faculty at BWH in BWH Bulletin story entitled “Society for Internationally Trained Women Faculty and Fellows Marks 10th Anniversary”.
Elena Aikawa,MD, Ph.D served as a Chair on "Matrix Vesicles, Exosomes and Microparticles in Cardiovascular Disease" Session and presented an invited talk at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, 2014, Chicago, USA.
Elena Aikawa,MD, Ph.D is featured as one of the organizers and moderators of the 3rd Women in Medicine and Science Symposium at BWH in BWH Bulletin Cover Story by Marjorie Montemayor-Quellenberg “BWH Celebrates Women in Medicine and Science”.
Maximillian Rogers,Ph.D has been invited as a guest speaker at BRI CVDM Research Seminar Series.
Masanori Aikawa MD, PhD was recognized as the Best Top 10 Reviewers 2014 from Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, the official journal of the American Heart Association. Congratulations, Masanori!
Elena Aikawa,MD, Ph.D was recognized as the Best Top 10 Reviewers 2014 from Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, the official journal of the American Heart Association. Congratulations, Elena!
Elena Aikawa,MD, Ph.D will be co-organizing and chairing the Women in Medicine and Science Symposium on September 29th from 2:30-6:00 to celebrate Women in Medicine and Science Month at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Symposium Website: www.brighamandwomens.org/WMSS
Claudia Goettsch, PhD received the 2014 Lerner Research Poster Award from Brigham and Women's Hospital Cardiovascular Division. "A Novel Mechanism for Cardiovascular Calcification: Sortilin Regulates the Calcification Potential of Matrix Vesicles". Congratulations, Claudia!
Masanori Aikawa MD, PhD received the Innovation Development Grant Award from Partners Innovation of Partners Healthcare to support his study on vein graft disease. Congratulations, Masanori
Claudia Goettsch, PhD Received the Trainee Travel Award from NABVO to attend the International Vascular Biology Meeting, Kyoto, Japan
Hiroshi Iwata was a finalist for the Young Investigator Award from the International Society for Applied Cardiovascular Biology. Congratulations, Hiroshi!
BWH Clinical & Research News. A story by Marjorie Montemayor-Quellenberg “Researches Identify Novel Marker and Possible Target for Cardiovascular Calcification” featured the article demonstrating how proteomics can identify new inducers of osteoclastogenesis by Elena Aikawa’s research group (ATVB, 2014, 34:626-34).
NEWS-Medical.Net. “Researchers discover certain proteins in osteoclasts that may be used to destroy cardiovascular calcification” featured online a new study by Elena Aikawa’s research team