Thoralf M. Sundt, MD, is director of the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center and chief of Cardiac Surgery. He sat down with the MGH Fund to discuss some exciting advances in Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery.
For many, the holidays are filled with pleasures — relaxing, enjoying good food and reconnecting with loved ones. But sometimes the holiday spirit can be overshadowed by packed schedules, pressure to find “perfect” gifts, houseguests and travel.
Bruce Walker, MD, is director of the Ragon Institute at MGH, MIT and Harvard. Founded in 2009 with a $100 million commitment from Phillip (Terry) and Susan Ragon, the institute seeks to accelerate the development of an HIV/AIDS vaccine. Dr. Walker has spearheaded the creation of advanced HIV/AIDS research and treatment facilities in South Africa. Much of his research has focused on HIV patients whose immunity systems allow them to control their infections spontaneously and without medication.
James H. Thrall, MD, has led Mass General’s efforts to track, mitigate and reduce radiation exposure for patients.
Employees of Massachusetts General Hospital were asked if they wished to become patients of a new clinic called the Ambulatory Practice of the Future (APF), a pilot project that aims to solve some of the challenges facing primary care. The […]
At Mass General, chaplains work alongside healthcare providers striving to create, sustain and renew a compassionate and caring environment. Reverend Angelika Zollfrank, the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) supervisor, talks to about how healthcare chaplains influence patient care and the Mass […]
An Interview with Timothy G. Ferris, MD, MPH
As co-chiefs of MassGeneral Hospital for Children, Ronald E. Kleinman, MD, and Joseph P. Vacanti, MD, together run a hospital-within-a-hospital that serves 170,000 children every year at the Boston campus and in 15 community locations throughout the area. Its 375 clinical staff work […]