A Mass General researcher is studying a rare, inherited form of ALS, aiming to diagnose the disease in its earliest stages and develop new treatments.
Mass General researchers have teamed up with the federal All of Us Research Program to build one of the world’s largest and most diverse data sets, one that reflects the nation’s diverse population.
A Mass General study finds that those resolving cannabis problems do so at younger ages, and with less assistance than those resolving other substance-use problems.
In search of how children develop severe allergies and autoimmune disorders, Nitya Jain, PhD, at MassGeneral Hospital for Children, is studying how the immune system’s T cells communicate with bacteria in the gut.
For the right patients, nerve decompression surgery eases the severe pain and disability of untreatable, worst-of-the-worst migraines and other headaches.
One researcher’s development of a swallowable, diagnostic capsule underscores the progress and promise of the MGH Research Scholars program.
Mass General President Peter L. Slavin, MD, says the hospital’s scientists and clinicians work together to ensure that research informs care and vice versa.
With key support from Colleen’s Dream Foundation, Mass General researcher Cheng Wang, PhD, aims to improve the chances of early detection and treatment of ovarian cancer.
A clinician-investigator from Mass General’s Multiple Sclerosis Clinic discusses treatment options for MS patients and how research could help in diagnosing and monitoring the disease.
Scientists representing the Mass General Research Institute participated in the recent Cambridge Science Festival as part of an effort to make science more accessible, interactive and fun.