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A Blood Test for PTSD?: Doyle group’s work featured in Harvard Magazine
December 17, 2019 Read More →

A Blood Test for PTSD?: Doyle group’s work featured in Harvard Magazine

Harvard Magazine featured a piece on the group’s proposed technique to identify PTSD using blood biomarkers.   Read the full story here: https://www.harvardmagazine.com/2020/01/ptsd-blood-test

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Blood Test Could Help Identify Troops Suffering From PTSD
September 11, 2019 Read More →

Blood Test Could Help Identify Troops Suffering From PTSD

Work from the Doyle Group was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal.  Read the full story here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/blood-test-could-help-identify-troops-suffering-from-ptsd-11568119269 And the press release here: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-09/nlh-et090919.php And the story by the SEAS team: https://www.seas.harvard.edu/news/2019/09/experimental-blood-test-accurately-screens-for-ptsd

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The Doyle Group Cheers on the Red Sox
July 25, 2019 Read More →

The Doyle Group Cheers on the Red Sox

Current group members, alumni, and friends spent the evening in Fenway Park, rooting for the home team and introducing our visiting students to a classic Boston tradition.

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Science Dean, Soccer Judge
June 24, 2019 Read More →

Science Dean, Soccer Judge

Dean Frank Doyle was featured in a piece in Harvard Magazine, highlighting one of his passions outside the lab. Read the full article.

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The Doyle Group’s Newest PhD, Dr. Kelsey Dean!
April 2, 2019 Read More →

The Doyle Group’s Newest PhD, Dr. Kelsey Dean!

Congratulations to Dr. Kelsey Dean, who defended her dissertation on March 27th.  We will miss her leadership in the lab but are excited to see where her career leads!

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NIH funds closed loop in pregnancy studies at Harvard, Mt. Sinai, Mayo Clinic, and Sansum; three-year, $2.3 million grant
January 30, 2019 Read More →

NIH funds closed loop in pregnancy studies at Harvard, Mt. Sinai, Mayo Clinic, and Sansum; three-year, $2.3 million grant

The NIH has awarded our group an R01 grant for the study of closed loop control of diabetes in pregnant women. The NIH has awarded our group an R01 grant for the study of closed loop control of diabetes in pregnant women

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Artificial Pancreas Smartphone App Shows Positive Trial Results
January 30, 2019 Read More →

Artificial Pancreas Smartphone App Shows Positive Trial Results

  The results of our clinical trial are promising for the use of a phone app for diabetes management and have been featured in multiple news stories: Harvard Researchers Report Positive Trial Results with Artificial Pancreas Smartphone App “The results of a new clinical trial have shown the safety and efficacy of the interoperable Artificial […]

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Open Positions with the Biomedical Systems Engineering Research Group at Harvard SEAS
December 12, 2018 Read More →

Open Positions with the Biomedical Systems Engineering Research Group at Harvard SEAS

Multi-omic studies towards the identification of robust biomarkers for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post-doc Opening Harvard University in School of Engineering & Applied Sciences The aims of this Army-funded study are identifying, validating and characterizing blood-based diagnostic biomarkers for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Harvard is part of a collaborative consortium of researchers that includes NYU, […]

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July 17, 2018 Read More →

Jet Lag: Activating Neurons in the Brain Might be Key to Shifting Internal Clock, New Research Shows

  Interrante, Abbey (2018).  Newsweek.  https://www.newsweek.com/jet-lag-summer-travel-1023064   This recent article in Newsweek highlights the work of one of our collaborators.

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Celebrating our most recent PhD at Harvard’s 367th Commencement
May 25, 2018 Read More →

Celebrating our most recent PhD at Harvard’s 367th Commencement

Dr. John Abel celebrates his PhD after being hooded by Dean Frank Doyle at Harvard’s 367th annual commencement.  We are excited to see how his research continues to develop in his postdoctoral position working with Dr. Emory Brown at MIT.

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