A Mass General dermatologist is testing an imaging device that will provide surgeons with a more accurate look at a tumor prior to surgery to remove skin cancers on the face.
A research team led by Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD, a d’Arbeloff MGH Research Scholar, recently published findings that could lead to new strategies for treating shigella and other infectious diseases.
To help address gender disparities in science and medicine, Mass General’s Claflin Distinguished Scholars Awards provide financial support to help women scientists maintain research productivity during child-rearing years.
Mass General researchers have teamed up with the federal All of Us Research Program to build one of the world’s largest and most diverse data sets, one that reflects the nation’s diverse population.
Scientists representing the Mass General Research Institute participated in the recent Cambridge Science Festival as part of an effort to make science more accessible, interactive and fun.
A study of smartphone use by a Mass General psychologist and Motorola found a few worrying trends, but also suggests that users still have time to regain “phone-life balance.”
Elsie Taveras, MD, MPH, uses clinical and community-based research to address the causes of childhood health problems and reduce health disparities.
Researchers at Mass General and MIT have harnessed the power of machine learning to develop a more accurate and less invasive screening method for high risk breast lesions.
Jennifer Gatchel MD, PhD, a Mass General researcher, is investigating the connections between mental illness and cognitive decline in aging populations.
Mass General researchers have developed a pocket-sized device that provides food allergy sufferers with lifesaving tableside lab results.