The creation of an early warning system for sepsis is part of a broader Mass General effort to educate caregivers about the potentially deadly disease and treat it more quickly.
The efforts of Chaitanya Mudgal, MD, to care for patients and better the field of hand surgery extend 12,000 miles across the world to Guangxi Province in China and the city of Hubballi in India.
Working with an engineering team, a trauma and acute care surgeon at Mass General has created a self-expanding trauma foam designed to stop badly injured people from bleeding out before they reach an operating room.
Of the 2018 graduates of the Mass General Youth Scholars Program, all 28 will attend college next year, making them the third class out of seven to attain such an accomplishment.
Mass General groups organized a rally then marched to Boston Common to help celebrate Boston as a place for scientists and scientific research.
Throughout the past 100 years – the span of a single continuing lifetime for Dr. Walter Guralnick – the field of oral surgery has grown by leaps and bounds.
The 2016 Run to Home Base raised $1.7 million to help post- 9/11 veterans, service members and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war.
Mass General doctors are helping to create a medical laser center to treat children in Armenia for vascular malformations and scars.
A Mass General veterans group, collaborating with the Home Base Program, gathered to create Valentine’s Day cards for veterans in area VA hospitals.
Rakesh Jain, PhD, of Mass General, recently won the National Medal of Science, the nation’s highest honor for achievement and leadership in advancing science and technology.