Thanks to the Wyss Medical Foundation, Mass General and its partners are working to expand health care in rural Uganda.
A Weissman Family MGH Research Scholar is exploring whether beauty salons in South Africa can help to prevent unwanted pregnancies and stop the spread of HIV.
The efforts of Chaitanya Mudgal, MD, to care for patients and better the field of hand surgery extend 12,000 miles across the world to Guangxi Province in China and the city of Hubballi in India.
A globe-trotting pediatrician teaches others to use proven but inexpensive methods to save children’s lives in distressed areas of the world.
The Carmella R. and Steven C. Kletjian Endowed Chair in Global Surgery will further ensure that patients everywhere have access to safe, sustainable and high-quality surgical care.
Louise Ivers, MD, MPH, DTM&H, executive director of Mass General Global Health, says experience has taught her that effective global health partnerships involve listening to communities in need and trying to serve their priorities first.
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.