What Mass General researchers are learning about the brains and lifestyle of seniors who haven’t lost their youthful memory may someday help all of us become “superagers” too.
To tackle Maine’s alcohol-related health problems, the Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance in collaboration with Mass General hopes to make conversations about alcohol an integral part of primary care appointments.
Jonathan Rosand, MD, MSc, a pioneer in stroke genetics, wants to use genetics to identify and treat people at risk before a stroke happens.
Maria Troulis, DDS, MSc, FACS, chief of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Mass General, takes stock of her department’s research achievements, advances in care and future goals.
The director of the Lurie Center for Autism discusses how it employs patience, persistence and philanthropy to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder — and their families — lead fuller lives.
With an increasing threat of heart disease globally, Mass General’s Division of Cardiology, founded 100 years ago, is expanding to meet the need.
A research team that includes Mass General dermatologists is developing a product that can erase wrinkles temporarily and may also treat skin diseases like eczema.
Philanthropist and two-time cancer survivor Pamela Trefler funds community health programs so others can stay or get well.
A Mass General dermatology program offers tattoo removal for high-risk youth who want to leave their past behind and seek new opportunities.
A Mass General Cancer Center psychiatrist is leading an effort to improve cancer care for people who also have severe mental illnesses.