Susan A. Slaugenhaupt, PhD, is exploring how her research on familial dysautonomia, a rare disease, might provide important insights about other disorders.
Raul Mostoslavsky, MD, PhD, and his Mass General team have identified a protein that puts the brakes on cancer cell growth by regulating certain genes.
Sekar Kathiresan, MD, is determined to better understand the genes linked to heart attacks and how they contribute to the development of heart disease.
N. Stuart Harris, MD, MFA, an expert in wilderness medicine, offers commonsense ideas for maintaining winter safety and staying warm during snowstorms.
The new physician-in-chief of the MGH Department of Medicine has experience as a physician and as a researcher of medical decision-making and quality of care.
Blair Wylie, MD, MPH, is investigating the potential health hazards for expectant mothers of cooking with fires fueled by wood, hay and other biomass fuels.
Knowing when to return to competition after a sports concussion can be a difficult decision that benefits from expert advice.
Ari Cohen, MD, is chief of pediatric emergency medicine at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. In a recent interview, he shared his thoughts on the renovations that will improve care for patients and their families and discussed Mass General’s response to the 2013 Boston Marathon tragedy.
Jaymi Cohen, a Boston Marathon bombing victim, says MGH caregivers helped her and her family deal with the resulting physical and emotional wounds.
With the help of family and the Mass General Lurie Center for Autism, Colleen McFarland, who has an autism spectrum disorder, is pursuing new possibilities.