Clinicians at Mass General’s Infectious Diseases Division and its Center for Disaster Medicine are closely monitoring the outbreak of a new coronavirus.
It has been a whole decade since Mass General teams rushed to help the many thousands of victims of the Haiti earthquake.
A fellowship exchange program, run by the Mass General Cancer Center, is helping train clinical oncologists from sub-Saharan Africa.
Reflecting Mass General’s commitment to global health, CAMTech hosted a recent hack-a-thon focused on improving nursing and midwifery in Uganda.
Following four trips to Armenia, a team led by physicians from Mass General’s Wellman Center for Photomedicine has established two laser clinics there.
A pediatric cancer effort overseen by the Mass General Center for Global Health is making a difference in the lives of families and children.
Ragon Institute study identifies viral targets critical to natural HIV control, a major step toward the development of an HIV vaccine.
Mass General Global Nursing Fellow Jennifer Duran, RN, recently taught and trained with nurses, students, midwives and residents at the Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital neonatal intensive care unit in Uganda.
During the fall of 2018, Mass General deployed four global disaster response teams to respond to three natural disasters and an ongoing humanitarian crisis.
A London family is helping the Lurie Center for Autism make its expertise on autism spectrum disorder more widely available.