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.
Basic science and creative research benefit from the MGH Research Scholars Program, says Jack Szostak, PhD, a renowned MGH scientist and Nobel Laureate.
A new mural at the MGH Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Clinic tells the story of the Mass General Marathon Team dedicated to helping kids with cancer.
Mass General is using a new treatment called TMS to help regulate nerve cells involved in mood regulation that may be underactive in depression.
A young woman gets a medication-free kidney transplant after MGH doctors transplanted bone marrow to make her immune system think the new organ was her own.
Joe Kinan’s trailblazing hand transplant reflects Mass General’s determination to use such procedures to enhance the quality of life for amputees.
Victims of Typhoon Haiyan have lined up by the hundreds to seek care and medications from an MGH disaster response team dispatched to the island nation.
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Harry Orf, PhD, is determined to make it easier for internal and external audiences to fully grasp the breadth and impact of MGH research.