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Julie K. Silver, MD, associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, has been a national leader in bringing to light inequities in clinical trials and advocating for change. This year alone, she has co-authored two notable papers on diversity among trial participants.
Spaulding Rehabilitation has again been recognized as one the top rehabilitation hospitals in the country, achieving a rank of #2 in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospitals” issue.
Julie Silver, MD, and colleagues found that despite the FDA's guidance regarding reporting requirements, researchers frequently fail to report complete demographics of blood donation and blood transfusion trial participants, and females, most racial/ethnic groups, and older adults are sometimes substantially underrepresented.
Spaulding Rehabilitation received an $180,000 award for a new elementary school initiative as one of 150 local nonprofits that will share $30 million through Cummings Foundation’s major annual grants program. Learn more.
For the seventh year in a row, Spaulding is honored as one of the 2023 “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion.”
Spaulding Rehabilitation recently received a milestone $6 million gift — the second largest in Spaulding’s history — from an anonymous donor, which will support Spaulding's commitment to improving the lives of patients with spinal cord injury (SCI).
A new tool by Mass General Brigham and Boston University scientists creates the first-ever playbook to prevent chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
After receiving treatment for hydrocephalus, a former professional athlete regained cognitive functioning, illustrating the importance of taking a comprehensive approach when addressing health concerns among athletes.
After a several-year journey, Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge is proud to announce it has achieved Magnet accreditation from The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program.
Yelena Bodien, PhD, Joseph Giacino, PhD, and colleagues helped create the Flexible Outcome Assessment Battery (FAB) for patients with traumatic brain injury, which proved feasible across the entire spectrum of severity and discerned different levels of function among traditionally "untestable" patients.