Clinicians at Mass General’s Infectious Diseases Division and its Center for Disaster Medicine are closely monitoring the outbreak of a new coronavirus.
Mass General researchers are part of a team that outlines new method to predict future risk for mental illness using baby teeth.
A Mass General physician is helping to lead an effort to establish a statewide obesity task force and a program to increase access to obesity treatment.
A Mass General study finds that those resolving cannabis problems do so at younger ages, and with less assistance than those resolving other substance-use problems.
Harald Ott, MD, hopes his team’s organ regeneration research will result in patients being able to get needed replacement tissues and organs on demand.
A New Hampshire woman’s kidney transplant reflects the advances Mass General has made in the field during the past five decades.
Performed by a team of more than 30, the landmark transplant at Mass General represents the culmination of years of research and collaboration.
With two of its doctors already treating Nepal earthquake victims, Mass General responds to a call for more highly skilled disaster volunteers.