Researchers have created math models that can predict how tumors may respond to immunotherapy and how adding other anti-cancer drugs could lead to improved treatment.
Addressing one of the greatest challenges of modern cancer treatment, Russell Jenkins, MD, PhD, is working to predict who will respond to immunotherapy treatment.
Using single-celled yeast, a trailblazing researcher at the Mass General Cancer Center has developed a way to lure dormant cancer cells out of hiding so cancer therapy can do its work.
A Mass General researcher is co-leading an effort to determine whether data gathered with smartphones can help provide a clearer picture of recovery after surgery.
New MRI images developed by scientists at Mass General are helping us see the structure of the human brain in extraordinary, three-dimensional detail.
Mass General researchers are part of a team that outlines new method to predict future risk for mental illness using baby teeth.
Eric Liao, MD, PhD, a Laurie and Mason Tenaglia MGH Research Scholar, is studying whether genetic research can identify cleft lip and palate early in pregnancy and prevent it.
Mass General researchers say a newly developed method to assess the health of hair follicles can be used as a biomarker for the treatment of baldness.
Simmie Foster, MD, PhD, is a staff psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Eve Valera, PhD, uses imaging to identify brain injuries caused by intimate partner violence and relates them to cognitive and psychological functioning.