Thanks to some dedicated donors, Mass General researchers are exploring innovative joint preservation techniques that revolve around the use of stem cells.
A recent study helps to confirm the theory that Tourette syndrome results from a complex series of genetic changes rather than a single mutated gene.
By creating Alzheimer’s in a dish, Mass General researchers have identified dozens of promising drugs that could help slow the disease’s progress.
Mass General researchers like Ghazaleh Sadri-Vakili, PhD, are pursuing new genetic advances that offer hope for Huntington’s disease treatments.
Mass General’s contributions to HUBweek 2017 will highlight the hospital’s missions of clinical care, research, teaching and service to the community.
Mass General researchers hope to create new treatments for shigellosis, a potentially fatal digestive disorder, by factoring in genetic changes that occur in Shigella bacteria in the human digestive system.
Lyme disease cases spike in the warmer months. Proto Magazine reports that research on the disease is inching forward, as the number of reported infections reaches new heights.
A Mass General researcher discusses a new study in which imaging techniques were able to detect ‘covert consciousness’ in patients with severe traumatic brain injuries.
A Mass General researcher discusses anesthesia and our new ability to understand the brain’s “music” by tracking brainwaves in the operating room.
Cancer immunotherapy researchers at Mass General are identifying powerful new targets by using the immune system to fight cancer — bringing new hope to patients and changing the future course of cancer treatment.