Running to train for a marathon cuts heart disease risk and boosts heart structure and function, according to a study led by cardiologist Aaron Baggish, MD.
As captain of the Mass General kids’ cancer Boston Marathon team, Howard Weinstein, MD, has personally raised $1.2 million for the MGHfC pediatric cancer clinic.
Patients at MassGeneral Hospital for Children now have a more fun place to play, thanks to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern New England.
Mass General’s sports medicine chief talks about great assets, comprehesive programs and building one of the top sports medicine programs in the country.
Mass General recently celebrated the establishment of two chairs in primary care recognizing Peter L. Gross, MD, for dedication to patients and students.
Richard and Lisa Witten’s generous support of an initiative of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard is advancing HIV vaccine research and giving women career and educational opportunities in South Africa.
Arthur and Sandra Irving, long-time Mass General donors, recognize the significance of cardiac care and research in combating heart disease. Out of deepest respect and gratitude to Arthur’s cardiologist of 23 years, Adolph Hutter, MD, the Arthur L. Irving Family Foundation established the Hutter Family Professorship in Medicine in the Field of Cardiology. The award recognizes both Dr. Hutter and the first recipient of the professorship, MGH cardiologist James Januzzi, MD.
And they’re off! The Mass General Marathon Program is ready to recruit runners for the 2015 Boston Marathon. Apply to join one of our two teams today!
With the investigational BrainGate system, a sensor implanted in the part of the brain that controls motion allows paralyzed patients to control a robot arm by thought.
Mass General’s Down Syndrome Program offers care, education and research designed to help people with Down syndrome of all ages realize their potential.