A new groundbreaking study, led by Mass General scientists, identifies 13 gene mutations that can provide important clues for restoring communication in the brain.
Preventing mental illness may start before birth. Joshua Roffman, MD, MMSc, is leading a groundbreaking study to find ways to reduce risks before disease starts.
Darlene Sawicki, MSN, NP-BC, was recently named the incumbent of the new David Richards Endowed Nursing Chair in ALS.
A North Carolina teen used a fishing tournament to raise funds for the Healey Center at Mass General where his family’s friend, Chris Smith, is a patient.
A summer internship, supported by the Biogen Foundation, inspires, equips and empowers students to pursue careers in neurology.
A mother overcomes a debilitating bout of depression with the help of deep brain stimulation technology.
Support from Joe Meekins, Mass General ALS chaplain, helps patients, families and staff cope.
Leadership gift from the Severino family, launches study on the effect of COVID-19 on the brain health of patients and families.
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.
Mass General brain imaging researcher Yakeel T. Quiroz, PhD, identified a rare gene that may provide protection from Alzheimer’s disease.