Education plays a key role in the Psychiatry Center for Diversity’s efforts to build a more inclusive community.
A training program from Mass General’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion helps students from diverse backgrounds explore the world of medical research.
As a place of healing, Mass General leaders call on us all to combat hatred and xenophobia and discrimination of all kinds.
As COVID-19 cases climb, disadvantaged populations suffer the worst. Learn how Mass General is reducing disparities and expanding access to care.
Mass General brain imaging researcher Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD, identified a rare gene that may provide protection from Alzheimer’s disease.
Recently named vice president overseeing the hospital’s equity and inclusion efforts, Joseph Betancourt, MD, MPH, discusses plans to expedite changes over the next three years.
Philanthropy at Mass General is helping more women complete the training needed to become cardiothoracic surgeons.
Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH, who established the MGH Psychiatry Gender Identity Program, describes some of the challenges and solutions to improving psychiatric care for those who are gender and sexual minorities.
The changes one primary care physician has made to meet the health needs of the transgender community reflect a broader effort at Mass General.
To help address gender disparities in science and medicine, Mass General’s Claflin Distinguished Scholars Awards provide financial support to help women scientists maintain research productivity during child-rearing years.