Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology (CAMTech) recently held its Gun-Violence Prevention: Hack-a-thon and Demo Day to generate innovative solutions in gun-violence prevention, mental health, community resilience and public policy.
Mass General Cancer Center faculty have helped to launch a fellowship exchange program that is training clinical oncology fellows from various countries in Africa.
Although work and study have made it tough for Maggie Sheehy, MD, to find adequate training time, the emergency physician can’t wait to run the 2018 Boston Marathon for Mass General.
Mass General’s Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) hopes a summit and hack-a-thon will produce innovative ideas for preventing gun violence.
Mass General’s response to the need for dialysis professionals on hurricane-battered Dominica reflects the versatility and readiness of its global disaster response program.
A Bank of America grant is enabling the Moms Helping Moms program to accelerate its work on quality assurance at the Mbarara Hospital in Uganda.
Mass General is a leader in the field of digital pathology, which increases the accuracy of diagnoses from biopsies and expands what they can tell us about patient health.
Working with tiny, magnetic nanoparticles, a Mass General doctor is creating a quick and accurate test for typhoid fever, a life-threatening disease that affects millions worldwide.
Opiate overdoses can have devastating consequences if they are not stopped in time. But help could be on the way thanks to an innovative new concept that emerged from a Mass General opioid hackathon event.
Steven Gardner, MD, writes about finding meaning in the struggle to save one life while he was part of Mass General’s Global Disaster Response Team in earthquake-ravaged Haiti.