How does including a clinician on your preclinical research team improve your study results? Dr. Christopher Jerome offers our answer.
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What if there was a simple and effective way to assess a patient’s risk of suffering a future cardiac event—and it could also save money? Now there is.
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Pappas Capital and Wake Forest Innovations today announced the first technologies to receive initial investment from the Catalyst Fund, the $15 million technology development program established by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in October 2015.
Local and national critical care experts will gather at the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education on January 9 for the Sepsis Summit, presented by the Critical Illness, Injury and Recovery Research Center (CIIRRC) of the Wake Forest School of Medicine.