As the Ragon Institute enters its second decade, a transformative gift from philanthropists Phillip T. and Susan M. Ragon adds fresh momentum to its remarkable fight against HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.
One researcher’s development of a swallowable, diagnostic capsule underscores the progress and promise of the MGH Research Scholars program.
Timothy G. Ferris, MD, MPH, the new CEO of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization, says the intelligence, dedication and compassion of colleagues continue to make him a better person.
A pioneer in the field of population health management, Mass General is finding new ways to enhance healthcare quality while also reducing costs.
Thanks to immunotherapy at Mass General, Steve Harvey has bounced back from multiple bouts with cancer to take part in the Mass General Cancer Center’s Everyday Amazing Race.
Brian Sheehan and David Richter have personal reasons for co-chairing the first Everyday Amazing Race, which will benefit research and care at the Mass General Cancer Center.
Bob Forlenza, father of a long-time patient at the Lurie Center for Autism, gives back through his Annual Full Court Charity Challenge.
Mass General researchers are helping to shape the future with innovative technology that will make medicine more efficient and effective.
In her Mass General lab, Ghazaleh Sadri-Vakili, PhD, aims to identify the underlying molecular mechanisms of Huntington’s disease and ALS.
One Ugandan pediatrician’s battle against an often fatal neonatal breathing problem shows how hack-a-thons organized by the MGH-based Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) are generating new solutions for pressing global health challenges.