Recently, 13 rising stars in science, medicine and innovation at the Brigham were named on two separate “40 under 40” lists for their work to improve health care. The lists were compiled by Medtech Boston, an online publication highlighting medical innovation, and the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF), a research and educational organization that strives to prepare the U.S. health system to provide optimal care for a diverse society.
Ten health care innovators from the Brigham were highlighted on Medtech Boston’s “40 Under 40 Health Care Innovators” list, which is made up of physicians, entrepreneurs, policy makers, students and others. Honorees were chosen for their commitment and contributions to improving health care.
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