With an increasing threat of heart disease globally, Mass General’s Division of Cardiology, founded 100 years ago, is expanding to meet the need.
Internist Britain W. Nicholson, MD, sees his new development role as an opportunity to continue to help donors feel good about supporting Mass General.
Thomas J. Lynch, Jr., MD, says members of the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization have a unique role and responsibility to really change the way medicine is practiced.
Mass General’s sports medicine chief talks about great assets, comprehesive programs and building one of the top sports medicine programs in the country.
Transforming treatment for people who are susceptible to relapse is the goal of research underway at the Mass General Center for Addiction Medicine.
Dorothy Terrell, a longtime MGH Fund donor, is creating a legacy at Mass General through her involvement as a Board of Trustees member.
In the face of a growing heroin epidemic, MGH psychologist John Kelly, PhD, strives to provide easy access to science-based information about recovery.
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.