Massachusetts General Hospital’s talented and dedicated researchers are working to push the boundaries of science and medicine every day. In this series we highlight a few individuals who have recently received awards or honors for their achievements
We put together a few resources for those of you who may be working on publishing a paper, polishing your science communication skills or just looking to learn more.
In the early years of alcoholism research, most studies were conducted using samples that involved men only, because women were thought to add complexity to research studies. That’s why researchers at the Martinos Center decided to take a closer look at the different ways that men and women with alcohol use disorder (AUD) respond to emotional cues.
Researchers at the Center for Genomic Medicine (CGM) at Massachusetts General Hospital have become pivotal players in the emergence of precision medicine due to their various roles as local and international leaders in genomics.
As the role of genomics in biomedical research continues to evolve, so too will the role of the National Health Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), Director Eric Green, PhD, told local genomics researchers at Mass General earlier this month.
Partners Healthcare created the Partners Biobank to build a library of diverse genetic information that researchers could use to learn and develop more effective treatments to some of life’s most challenging diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease and depression.
Massachusetts General Hospital’s talented and dedicated researchers are working to push the boundaries of science and medicine every day. In this series we highlight a few individuals who have recently received awards or honors for their achievements.
Illuminating Hidden Trauma: The Prevalence of Traumatic Brain Injury in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence
Eve Valera, PhD, uses neuroimaging to illuminate the hidden trauma of TBI while studying the impact of TBI on female IPV survivors.
Could there be a genetic component that explains why some people skip breakfast? Does missing the so-called “most important meal of the day” impact overall health?