Mass General researchers are using models created from human cells to make bold breakthroughs in the understanding and treatment of brain disease.
With technology, teamwork and a visionary plan, Mass General is reinventing health care education to produce revolutionary results for the future.
By bringing together patients and innovators, Lecia Sequist, MD, MPH, is advancing the field of early detection to identify cancers earlier, when the chance of cure is greatest.
In labs across Mass General, researchers are guiding patient blood samples through the tiny channels of an innovative device that could open doors to faster, easier cancer detection.
Raina McMahan leads a team of Mass General recovery coaches who tap their personal experience with substance use disorder to guide others toward recovery.
Diagnosed with ALS, successful business executive Sean Healey has joined forces with Mass General to focus on finding a cure.
As the Ragon Institute enters its second decade, a transformative gift from philanthropists Phillip T. and Susan M. Ragon adds fresh momentum to its remarkable fight against HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.
More and more Mass General nurses are proposing solutions to problems they encounter on the frontlines of patient care.
At Mass General, many physicians, nurses, researchers and health workers believe protecting patients should involve more than treating illness and injury.
Reversing one heart transplant patient’s decline required intensive therapy, precise collaboration and the innovative use of an organ infected with a potentially deadly disease.