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Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Second-year student Chelsea Messinger is packing as much as she can into her years at HMS. In addition to learning about" at Harvard Medical School - 1827675102059550927

Second-year student Chelsea Messinger is packing as much as she can into her years at HMS. In addition to learning about patient care in HMS-affiliated hospitals, Chelsea is part of the student-administered Crimson Care Collaborative, volunteers with the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, and mentors students in Harvard’s Women in STEM Program. As a student in the MD-PhD Program, Chelsea is researching the epidemiology of Zika-related birth defects as she works toward her doctorate at @harvardchansph. Watch our story to explore a week in her life.

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Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Seven days after trauma to the eye, monocytes (a type of white blood cell) accumulate around the optic nerve. The cells " at Harvard Medical School - 1826935955409694141

Seven days after trauma to the eye, monocytes (a type of white blood cell) accumulate around the optic nerve. The cells cause inflammation and subsequent degeneration of the optic nerve. This image shows the cells color-depth coded on the basis of their position within the retina. Blue indicates cells in the ganglion cell layer (GCL), red indicates cells in the outer plexiform layer (OPL), and intermediate colors indicate cells between the GCL and OPL. (📷: Eleftherios I. Paschalis)

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Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Mayor Marty Walsh stopped by the Family Van during today’s #MayorOnMain trolley tour. The mobile clinic provides free he" at The Family Van - 1820641659136135265
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Mayor Marty Walsh stopped by the Family Van during today’s trolley tour. The mobile clinic provides free health screenings for cholesterol, blood pressure, glucose, pregnancy and HIV counseling. A model of preventative care, the Family Van takes its services to where patients live, overcoming barriers to care for minority and non-English speaking clients in Boston’s most underserved communities.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Researchers in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology are seeking better ways to diagnose and treat human disease. One a" at Harvard Medical School - 1816885287735124052

Researchers in the Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology are seeking better ways to diagnose and treat human disease. One area of interest involves developing a molecular understanding of colon cancer. This image shows a tissue section of the human small intestine processed with cyclic immunofluorescence, a novel method developed at HMS. This processing technique allows scientists to characterize cellular markers in much greater detail than ever before by staining up to 80 biologically important markers on a single sample. The photo, awarded third place in the 2018 Quad Photo Contest, was submitted by Zoltan Maliga, who works in the laboratory of Peter Sorger. Maliga also collaborates with Clarence Yapp and Jeremy Muhlich in the LSP.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Students pose with a medical dummy during the HMS MEDscience summer program. HMS MEDscience is a STEM initiative that in" at Harvard Medical School - 1811901018830969840

Students pose with a medical dummy during the HMS MEDscience summer program. HMS MEDscience is a STEM initiative that inspires students to learn about science through hands-on experiences. During the week-long summer program, students participate in simulation cases, practice clinical skills, and tour local hospitals and labs. (📷: @hms_medscience)

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "This image shows the cerebellum, a region of the brain important for motor coordination and predictive coding. It was ta" at Harvard Medical School - 1809582550991276341

This image shows the cerebellum, a region of the brain important for motor coordination and predictive coding. It was taken by David Brann, who works in the laboratory of neurobiologist Sandeep Robert Datta. Brann’s image was awarded second place in the 2018 Quad Photo Contest. For Brann, the cerebellum is one of the most striking regions of the brain, containing the tree-like Purkinje cells (in red), a dense network of supportive cells (in green) and the small dense granule cells (in red in the inner layers).

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "It’s a beautiful summer day on the HMS Quad. 🌤 #HarvardMed #clouds" at Harvard Medical School - 1807395370923515379

It’s a beautiful summer day on the HMS Quad. 🌤

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "In 1916, as a member of the Harvard Surgical Unit during World War I, Paul Dudley White served at the British Army’s No." at Harvard Medical School - 1805953907681553978

In 1916, as a member of the Harvard Surgical Unit during World War I, Paul Dudley White served at the British Army’s No. 22 General Hospital, located in Camiers, France. He kept a diary throughout his days there and during the war years that followed. In the pages pictured here, he relates the stories of some young men who had been admitted to the hospital as “shell shock cases.” Records such as White’s help scholars trace how the traumas of war have psychologically affected those who experienced them, an understanding that helps inform current work on post-traumatic stress disorder.

Cryo-electron microscopy is allowing scientists to visualize, at near-atomic resolution, structures of molecules that were difficult or impossible to determine previously. Later this year, a new Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology will open at HMS, making the technology more broadly available to the Harvard research community. This time-lapse video shows the installation of the first microscope.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Congratulations to Brian Chow, the winner of the 2018 Quad Photo Contest! The photo depicts the blood-retinal barrier. T" at Harvard Medical School - 1799485274734445167

Congratulations to Brian Chow, the winner of the 2018 Quad Photo Contest! The photo depicts the blood-retinal barrier. This barrier serves to nourish and protect the retina, allowing for proper vision. Chow works in the laboratory of neurobiology professor Chenghua Gu.

Instagram Image by Harvard Medical School (@harvardmed) with caption : "Welcome back to campus, HMS alums! Just one week after we welcomed the Class of 2018 into the Harvard Medical Alumni Ass" at Harvard Medical School - 1791417914752480756

Welcome back to campus, HMS alums! Just one week after we welcomed the Class of 2018 into the Harvard Medical Alumni Association, alumni classes ending in 3 and 8 are returning to campus to reconnect at Reunion 2018.

With each day, the conflict in Afghanistan becomes an even longer long war in U.S. history. But, it has not been our deadliest. Although weaponry has become more lethal, and explosive injury more common, improvements in medical care and treatment have kept the wounded alive. The injuries sustained, however, are severe and life-altering. Explore the cost of conflict in the new issue of Harvard Medicine magazine, available online at magazine.hms.harvard.edu.