Mass General’s new HOPE Clinic integrates care to help mothers recovering from substance use disorder stay healthy and care for their infants through the second year of life.
The 2018 Summer Jobs Program recognition event honored 255 high school and college students who committed 40,000 hours to Mass General and its community health centers.
J. Stuart Ablon, PhD, was named the inaugural incumbent of the Thomas G. Stemberg Endowed Chair in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
By managing pain and symptoms, many people with osteoarthritis can continue to exercise and enjoy sports. Seeking treatment early can help.
Louise Ivers, MD, MPH, DTM&H, executive director of Mass General Global Health, says experience has taught her that effective global health partnerships involve listening to communities in need and trying to serve their priorities first.
An intrepid team of Mass General employees won the annual My Giving Helps employee picnic fundraising competition with their creative use of old-fashioned fundraising techniques to support the MGH Fund.
MGH Research Scholar Jennifer Temel, MD, says early palliative care can provide seriously ill patients with a better quality of life and help them live longer.
A team of Massachusetts General Hospital physicians recently became the first in New England to perform mitral valve replacement with a new, minimally-invasive method that doesn’t require patients to undergo a full open-heart procedure.
A research team led by Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD, a d’Arbeloff MGH Research Scholar, recently published findings that could lead to new strategies for treating shigella and other infectious diseases.
To help address gender disparities in science and medicine, Mass General’s Claflin Distinguished Scholars Awards provide financial support to help women scientists maintain research productivity during child-rearing years.