Susanna Quinn is ovarian cancer-free because of innovative treatment at Mass General. Now, she and her community are giving back.
A summer internship, supported by the Biogen Foundation, inspires, equips and empowers students to pursue careers in neurology.
Jerry and Phyllis Rappaport, longtime supporters of Mass General, expand their commitment to mental illness and neurodegenerative disease research.
A mother overcomes a debilitating bout of depression with the help of deep brain stimulation technology.
In the spring of 2020, Jim Bello was the first COVID-19 patient admitted to the Mass General Medical Intensive Care Unit. For more than month, doctors and nurses fought to keep him alive. This is the story of Bello’s unforgettable recovery.
Leadership gift from the Severino family, launches study on the effect of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients and families.
A training program from Mass General’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion helps students from diverse backgrounds explore the world of medical research.
Many high school students found support from Mass General’s Youth Scholars Program during COVID-19.
With a transformational gift of $18.5 million to the Department of Neurosurgery, philanthropist George “Doc” Lopez hopes to bring personalized cell therapy to patients living with Parkinson’s disease.
Mass General’s Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine is applying the lessons of COVID-19 to improve patient care and prepare for future outbreaks.