Mass General’s new Research Institute is designed to capitalize on a unique doctor-scientist partnership in ways that advance the practice of medicine.
Thomas J. Lynch, Jr., MD, says members of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization have a unique role and responsibility to really change the way medicine is practiced.
Bank of America has committed $5 million to Mass General and Brigham and Women’s to support specialty care programs and to improve patient access to them.
In an interview, Mass General’s director of translational research says MGH has the knowledge of human biology to help industry develop new medicines and treatments and get them to patients faster.
Mass General’s teams of emergency responders have returned home after bringing expert medical care to the victims of the devastating Nepal earthquakes.
“Ether Dome,” a drama being staged at Boston’s Huntington Theatre Company, focuses on the first demonstration of ether as a medical anesthetic.
A Mass General plastic surgery team’s trips to Colombia provide a brighter future to children scarred by horrible burns or born with congenital deformities.
To care for Boston Marathon bombing victims, Mass General activated a meticulous plan that put the entire hospital in disaster-response mode.
Aiming to address primary care and reproductive health issues arising from Typhoon Haiyan, a second team of MGH volunteers is bound for the Philippines.
At Home Base, veterans can now receive virtual reality exposure therapy, a well-established, evidence-based technique proven effective for treating PTSD.