A team of Massachusetts General Hospital physicians recently became the first in New England to perform mitral valve replacement with a new, minimally-invasive method that doesn’t require patients to undergo a full open-heart procedure.
A research team led by Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD, a d’Arbeloff MGH Research Scholar, recently published findings that could lead to new strategies for treating shigella and other infectious diseases.
To help address gender disparities in science and medicine, Mass General’s Claflin Distinguished Scholars Awards provide financial support to help women scientists maintain research productivity during child-rearing years.
Working with an engineering team, a trauma and acute care surgeon at Mass General has created a self-expanding trauma foam designed to stop badly injured people from bleeding out before they reach an operating room.
Richa Saxena, PhD, and her team are making connections between sleep genes and illnesses like cardiovascular disease.
Researchers from the MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases (MIND) detailed some of the latest advances in brain disease research at MIND’s 2018 Visiting Day.
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.