Developing more accessible patient education tools could improve health literacy and reduce disparities in breast cancer screening and care.
In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Martinos Center team created a cookbook to help their community stay connected.
Using chest X-rays, artificial intelligence more accurately predicts which patients are at risk of a lung cancer diagnosis.
Leadership gift from the Severino family, launches study on the effect of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients and families.
A training program from Mass General’s Center for Diversity and Inclusion helps students from diverse backgrounds explore the world of medical research.
While the number of women in the medical professions continues to increase, there are still numerous obstacles and gender disparities that women must navigate. In 1993, the Women in Academic Medicine Committee, originally chaired by Jane D. Claflin, honorary trustee, […]
With a transformational gift of $18.5 million to the Department of Neurosurgery, philanthropist George “Doc” Lopez hopes to bring personalized cell therapy to patients living with Parkinson’s disease.
Research by Marco Loggia, PhD, and his team, found evidence of widespread brain inflammation in veterans of the 1990-1991 Gulf War.
A promising new vaccine under development at Massachusetts General Hospital is raising hope in the urgent search for protection against COVID-19.
A concept known as “prehabilitation” is boosting fitness and overall health for patients preparing for cancer surgery and other demanding treatments.