Reversing one heart transplant patient’s decline required intensive therapy, precise collaboration and the innovative use of an organ infected with a potentially deadly disease.
Louise Ivers, MD, MPH, DTM&H, executive director of Mass General Global Health, says experience has taught her that effective global health partnerships involve listening to communities in need and trying to serve their priorities first.
Researchers from the MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases (MIND) detailed some of the latest advances in brain disease research at MIND’s 2018 Visiting Day.
Donor commitment allows rare disease research breakthrough, providing insights into Parkinson’s and other movement disorder diseases.
Hartley Neel, MD, the son of pioneering 20th century artist Alice Neel, is donating one of his mother’s paintings to the Mass General Division of Radiology.
A Mass General researcher who spent years studying how infectious diseases develop is using his expertise to develop a new approach to treating certain cancers.
A new therapy that can accelerate and improve wound healing showed early progress at Mass General’s Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center.
Mass General’s Transformative Scholars Program connects the Department of Medicine’s most talented young scientists with committed donors who want to make a difference.