Research Roundup for September: Lab on a Chip for Liver Disease, New Insights in Diabetes and Cystic Fibrosis
Research Roundup is a monthly column summarizing recent research advances from investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Science Saturdays are an occasional series of helpful articles and resources for the academic research community and anyone else who loves science, curated by your friends at the Mass General Research Institute.
Mass General researchers have created a new zebrafish model that could vastly improve our ability to model cancer growth and test new treatments.
This year six scientists were named as Claflin Distinguished Scholars, and in honor of their achievements and Women in Medicine Month, we celebrate them.
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: Michael G. Sullivan, DPT, MBA Michael G. Sullivan, DPT, MBA, director of Physical and Occupational Therapy, has been […]
Sitting around a backyard fire pit may seem like an ideal way to relax on a summer or fall evening. But parents may not want to get too comfortable if there are young children around. A research study led by Massachusetts General Hospital investigators Michael Flaherty, DO, and Robert Sheridan, MD, has confirmed an increase […]
Gene Beresin, MD, executive director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds at Massachusetts General Hospital, recently wrote an article about gaming disorder. For those who may not be aware of gaming disorder, or parents who are worried about their child’s gaming patterns, here are five things to know.
The Wellman Center is a pioneer in light-based biomedical research and has been the source of many clinical innovations that many may not know about, so we decided to share a few fun facts. Here are five things to know.
Weekend Links is a collection of science stories from across the web, curated by your science-loving friends at the Mass General Research Institute.
Learn how Mass General researcher Sylvie Breton turned a surprise finding in her lab into a potential treatment for a disease known as “the silent killer.”