Thanks to the efforts of Mass General imaging physicist Matt Rosen, PhD, low-cost portable MRI devices could soon transform global health care.
In the spring of 2020, Jim Bello was the first COVID-19 patient admitted to the Mass General Medical Intensive Care Unit. For more than month, doctors and nurses fought to keep him alive. This is the story of Bello’s unforgettable recovery.
Leadership gift from the Severino family, launches study on the effect of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients and families.
With a transformational gift of $18.5 million to the Department of Neurosurgery, philanthropist George “Doc” Lopez hopes to bring personalized cell therapy to patients living with Parkinson’s disease.
As COVID-19 swept through the city of Chelsea, Mass General launched a bold community health initiative to contain the virus, tackle disparities and save lives.
When the pandemic cost Delmis Urquiza her chance to run the Boston Marathon, her caregivers stepped in to run the race for her.
Before the COVID-19 wave broke over Boston, Mass General embarked on one of the largest readiness efforts in the hospital’s history.
Mass General’s Chief Nurse Debra Burke describes how the ongoing pandemic is affecting the way nurses deliver care.
MGH Research Scholar Katia Georgopolous, PhD, is harnessing a vital mechanism in the human immune system to fight leukemia and other diseases.
MassGeneral Hospital for Children specialists collaborate to solve a mysterious case of infantile vomiting and bring hope to a little boy’s family.