Ina Garten and Ron Suskind came together to raise funds for Mass General’s Lurie Center for Autism at the A Seat at the Table event.
Michael Talkowski, PhD, recipient of the prestigious Martin Prize for Clinical Research, leads a laboratory within the Mass General Center for Human Genetic Research (CHGR).
Ron Suskind’s son, Owen, is 23. That would be unremarkable except that Owen has autism, says Mr. Suskind, the Cambridge-based Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. For young people with autism, age 22 and beyond is a time of uncertainty because they no […]
At Massachusetts General Hospital, Timothy M. Buie, MD, and the other staff members of the Lurie Center for Autism are working to treat the personalized needs and accompanying medical conditions of patients with autism.
Mass General researchers have created a new generation of brain mapping images that promises to open the door to understanding and treating brain disorders.
Mass General’s new TeleHealth initiative reflects a broader effort to provide world-class care in ways that are more convenient and less expensive.
With the help of family and the Mass General Lurie Center for Autism, Colleen McFarland, who has an autism spectrum disorder, is pursuing new possibilities.
Luke (Tug) Bailey can ride a swing or bounce a ball happily for hours. But when his parents or grandparents attempt to pull him into their world, conflict occurs. The 12-year-old has autism. He speaks a few words, but becomes so frustrated when people do […]
A quest for better treatments with the world-renowned expert on autism spectrum disorders, pediatric neurologist Margaret L. Bauman, MD, at MGH.
In October 2011, Christopher J. McDougle, MD, became director of the Lurie Center for Autism at Massachusetts General Hospital and Mass General Hospital for Children. Dr. McDougle is also the nominated incumbent Nancy Lurie Marks Professor in the Field of […]