In search of how children develop severe allergies and autoimmune disorders, Nitya Jain, PhD, at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, is studying how the immune system’s T cells communicate with bacteria in the gut.
Driven by gratitude to neurologist Elizabeth Thiele, MD, PhD, two moms whose sons have epilepsy have been fundraising for her the past six years.
A MassGeneral Hospital for Children physician and tobacco researcher warns that, while e-cigarettes contain fewer toxic chemicals than regular cigarettes, they still contain harmful compounds and are addictive.
Scientists representing the Mass General Research Institute participated in the recent Cambridge Science Festival as part of an effort to make science more accessible, interactive and fun.
Bridget Kearney is honoring her father’s legacy by running the 2018 Boston Marathon as part of Mass General’s Pediatric Cancer Marathon Team.
Treated at MassGeneral Hospital for Children for a rare brain tumor as a child, Callie McLaughlin, 24, is running the 2018 Boston Marathon as a member of Mass General’s Pediatric Cancer Team.
Personal passion fuels the transformation of technologies into therapeutic tools for children with autism.
Elsie Taveras, MD, MPH, uses clinical and community-based research to address the causes of childhood health problems and reduce health disparities.
A Mass General researcher finds that the earlier children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) receive treatment, the less likely they are to use marijuana or develop a substance use disorder.
Care and support from experts at Mass General have helped Grace Beecher and her family come to terms with her many food allergies.