Mass General opens the Translational and Clinical Research Centers to enhance collaboration between industry and the hospital’s world-class clinical researchers.
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.
A Mass General researcher is developing an improved system for pain measurement that could aid in the battle against the over-prescription of opioid drugs.
Mass General researchers find that a healthy lifestyle can reduce the chances of a heart attack, even among those at high genetic risk for one.
What Mass General researchers are learning about the brains and lifestyle of seniors who haven’t lost their youthful memory may someday help all of us become “superagers” too.
Mass General researchers have developed tests designed to measure early indications of Alzheimer’s disease based on an individual’s ability to recognize, remember and distinguish among odors.
A better understanding of social support can help keep people’s brains healthy longer, says Dr. Joel Salinas, a Mass General behavioral neurologist.
In the early 1990s, Mass General researchers introduced functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, which showed the world how imaging could reveal how the brain functions.
Bradley Bernstein, MD, PhD, was named the inaugural incumbent of the Bernard and Mildred Kayden Endowed MGH Research Institute Chair.
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.