Mass General’s Global Disaster Response and Humanitarian Action Program (GDRHA) has played a key role in responding to the COVID-19 crisis across the nation and around the world.
Chief Learning Officer James Gordon, MD, MPA, describes how Mass General shared its COVID-19 knowledge with the world and explains why a “digital library” could provide a foundation for broader educational efforts.
Congratulations to Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Chief of Infectious Diseases at Mass General, for being nominated by President-elect Joe Biden to serve as the next director of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
Bruce Walker, MD, director of the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard outlines key questions if a COVID-19 vaccine is approved.
Experts at Mass General’s Infectious Diseases Division discuss steps that can help make this COVID-19 holiday season joyful and safe.
Health equity in action: Harvard Medical student Ahmed Elnaiem teams up with Holyoke officials to improve tracking of COVID-19 cases.
Contact tracing is important for breaking the chain of COVID-19 transmission. A gift from Dan and Marjorie Sullivan and the Sullivan Family Foundation is supporting efforts to understand how to protect privacy and use technology to improve this public health strategy.
Before the COVID-19 wave broke over Boston, Mass General embarked on one of the largest readiness efforts in the hospital’s history.
Mass General’s Chief Nurse Debra Burke describes how the ongoing pandemic is affecting the way nurses deliver care.
A consortium of scientists, co-led by Mass General’s Bruce Walker, MD, is working to uncover the biological secrets of the coronavirus.