AmyBeth Bourgault is running the Boston Marathon in support of MGH emergency response efforts that helped her parents and other victims of the 2013 bombing.
The Jordan S. Ruboy, MD, Fund was established in 2014 to expand compassionate care programs at Mass General for physicians and health providers.
At Mass General, last summer’s Ice Bucket Challenge has generated fresh opportunities for ALS researchers to develop new treatments and search for a cure.
After Nick Cancelliere was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia, his Mass General team provided a new treatment targeting one very dangerous gene.
Renowned for the care they provide in Boston, MGH emergency medicine experts also aim to improve care for the critically ill and injured around the world.
Teaching computers to recognize patterns in data is helping physicians improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and further personalize patient care.
While providing compassionate care to Alzheimer’s disease patients and their families, Mass General is pursuing research to improve diagnosis and treatment.
Celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders were not the radar when Mass General’s Alessio Fasano, MD, began his groundbreaking research quest.
When a friend asked Patrick Flynn what he could do to help him cope with an ALS diagnosis, Mr. Flynn suggested supporting research that could help others.
Mass General’s Division of Global Psychiatry helps countries with few psychiatrists treat mental illness and better meet related needs of their citizens.