Herman Suit, MD, PhD, a pioneer who advanced proton beam therapy, and his wife Joan Suit, PhD, a former microbial geneticist at MIT, will leave a lasting legacy through their gifts.
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.
Ragon Institute researchers are studying HIV in women in South Africa through the FRESH study, which links its female participants to educational and career opportunities.
Donor Robert Weissman decided to support a Mass General program that encourages its scientists to conduct bold research.
Thanks to the support of a group of generous donors, the MGH Research Scholars program is funding the work of 36 promising scientists.
Mass General scientists are searching for a drug that can correct mutations in the dystrophin gene that lead to Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
After their son was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, Jeff and Elizabeth Harvey established a foundation that has generously supported Mass General’s Pediatric Neuromuscular Clinic.
Yi-Bin Chen, MD, grateful for critical funding from the Rogers Family Foundation, is working to improve outcomes for patients who undergo transplants.
To honor Cara Jean Rogers and her battle with leukemia, the Rogers Family Foundation has generously supported bone marrow transplant research at Mass General.
Keeping blood vessels healthy is the mission of the Fireman Vascular Center. Innovative technologies will allow MGH donors to train caregivers worldwide, improving patient access to expert vascular care.