The Survivor: Joe Kinan...

Joe Kinan was critically injured on February 20, 2003, in a fire at The Station nightclub in Rhode Island that killed 100 people. He remembers that night vividly: “I never lost consciousness during the fire. The sounds of yelling were loud at first, but then everything got quiet. Two firemen pulled me out from a pile of people.”

Randall T. Peterson, PhD, hopes his research with tiny, tropical fish and robots will improve the lives of people with Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, heart conditions and leukemia.

Decoding Diseases...

Working with tiny tropical fish, MGH Research Scholar Randall T. Peterson, PhD, is pursuing new treatments for Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia and other disease.

Stroke Screening

MGH Stroke Screening Saves Edie’s Life...

Edie Sinagra Constantine went from dedicated employee to grateful patient when a chance health screening for strokes saved her life. With charitable donations from the MGH Fund, the hospital offers stroke screenings to assess risk and save lives.