Fellowships, Residencies & CME

Massachusetts General Hospital offers specialized residencies and fellowships in each of our multidisciplinary care centers and clinical departments. Search below to find out more about educational opportunities at Mass General.

Gastroenterology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital provides a rigorous foundation in patient care, research, and teaching for talented individuals committed to careers in academic gastroenterology.

Abdominal Imaging & Intervention Fellowship (2 Year) CAQ Certified

This two-year fellowship involves both abdominal imaging and interventional radiology.

Abdominal Imaging Fellowship (1 Year)

The one-year abdominal imaging fellowship provides a comprehensive multi-modal focus on abdominal and pelvis imaging and intervention.

Abdominal Transplant Surgery Fellowship

The Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School Abdominal Organ Transplant Fellowship is an American Society of Transplant Surgery-accredited, two-year fellowship for surgeons seeking advanced training in the field of transplant surgery.

Acute Pain Management and Regional Anesthesia Fellowship

Massachusetts General Hospital's Acute Pain Management and Regional Anesthesia Fellowship is a 12-month training program that prepares individuals to be highly skilled in regional and acute pain management, from the basic to the most challenging interventions.

Acute Stroke Research Fellowship

This one-year stroke research fellowship is centered around the Specialized Program of Translational Research in Acute Stroke, or SPOTRIAS

Addiction Psychiatry

One-year Addiction Fellowships affiliated with Harvard Medical School offer exposure to a wide range of clinical opportunities.

Administrative Fellowship Program

The Administrative Fellowship Program is a two-year program designed to provide health care professionals with essential hospital management and administration training in ambulatory care and inpatient settings.

Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesia Fellowship

The Adult Cardiothoracic Anesthesia Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a 12-month training program that prepares individuals to become highly skilled in the anesthetic care of cardiothoracic patients.

Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Surgery provides a broad-based clinically oriented experience with emphasis on diagnostic, surgical, and patient management skills for total hip and total knee replacement.

Adult Reconstructive/Aesthetic Craniomaxillofacial Fellowship

The Adult Reconstructive/Aesthetic Craniomaxillofacial Fellowship offers experience in all areas of reconstructive and aesthetic craniomaxillofacial surgery.

Advanced Fellowship in Gastrointestinal Motility and Functional GI Disease

The goal of the fellowship is to provide clinical and research training for the gastroenterologist to evaluate and manage complex motility and functional GI disorders.

Advanced General Neurology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Advanced General Neurology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers advanced, in-depth clinical training, preparing graduates to treat complex neurological problems and teach clinical neurology.

Advanced Hepatology Fellowship

The goal of advanced training in liver disease is to create hepatologists competent to manage the full spectrum of hepatological problems including patients undergoing liver transplantation and to fulfill the requirements of the ABIM Certificate of Added Qualifications in Transplant Hepatology.

Advanced IBD Fellowship

The Advanced IBD Fellowship has a tradition of excellence in patient care, clinical research and basic research of inflammatory bowel diseases

Allergy and Immunology Fellowship

An ACGME Certified Fellowship with a focus on academic careers in Allergy and Immunology, as physician-scientists or clinician-educators.

Anne B. Young, MD, PhD, Neuroscience Translational Medicine Fellowship

Academia and industry collaborate through this early-career fellowship, training clinician-scientists to rapidly and efficiently translate advances in neuroscience into treatments for people with neurological disorders.

Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship Program

The Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship Program at MGH within the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology will help train the next generations of outstanding neuropsychiatrists and behavioral neurologists.

Breast Imaging Fellowship

A comprehensive breast imaging fellowship offering world-class staff, varied clinical cases, and in-depth exposure to all aspects of screening, diagnostic, interventional and research breast imaging experiences.

Cardiac CT Mini Fellowship

This mini fellowship allows physicians to visit our facilities and shadow our cardiac CT imaging team.

Cardiac MR PET-CT Fellowship

The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cardiac MR PET CT Program, a joint cardiology-radiology effort, seeks post-doctoral research fellows willing to commit two years to research in several cardiac imaging projects.

Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center, cardiology's core fellowship program, is a three year ACGME training program consisting of two clinical years and one research year. Additional years in research are available and encouraged.

Cardiovascular Imaging (Noninvasive) Fellowship

The Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School Cardiovascular Imaging Fellowship prepares radiologists to independently run or develop a state-of-the-art clinical noninvasive cardiac and vascular imaging service and to conduct cardiovascular imaging research.

Clinical Fellowship in Laryngeal Surgery

The Clinical Fellowship in Laryngeal Surgery provides an otolaryngologist - head- and-neck surgeon with state-of-the-art subspecialty training in all aspects of laryngeal surgery, voice disorders, and management of the professional voice.

Clinical Neurophysiology

This two-year fellowship provides a strong foundation in clinical epileptology and the technical, interpretive and clinical aspects of electroencephalography and evoked potentials.

Clinical Vascular Medicine Fellowship

The Clinical Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year non-ACGME training program in the discipline of clinical vascular medicine.

Combined BIDMC-MGH Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship

The Interventional Pulmonary (IP) fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center started in 2000 and the IP fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital started in 2011. In August 2012 the two programs agreed to merge to create the Combined BIDMC-MGH Interventional Pulmonary Program.

Combined Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship Program

The Combined Orthopaedic Trauma Program at the Massachusetts General & Brigham and Women's Hospitals is a one-year orthopaedic trauma fellowship with emphasis on the management of adult musculoskeletal trauma and post-traumatic reconstruction.

Critical Care Anesthesia Fellowship

The Critical Care Anesthesia Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a 12-month ACGME-accredited training program that prepares individuals for a career in the care of critically ill patients and management of an intensive care unit.

CT Radiation Visiting Fellowships: Understanding Safe Practices and Protocols

The Webster Center for Advanced Research and Education in Radiation offers national and international visiting fellowships for radiologists and technologists interested in CT radiation dose as it pertains to daily clinical practice.

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology Fellowship Programs

Combining the strengths of a world-class faculty, a history of innovation in basic science and translational research, and multidisciplinary partnerships across Massachusetts General Hospital and throughout the Boston healthcare community, the Mass General Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology fellowship programs help enrich an already well-respected service.

Echocardiography Fellowship

The Echocardiography Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a two year non-ACGME training program.

Electives/Observerships

The Office for Visitor Education Programs coordinates observerships at Massachusetts General Hospital for clinicians, researchers and other health care professionals.

Electrophysiology Fellowship

The Electrophysiology Fellowship provides training in managing patients with complex cardiac arrhythmias and performing a wide range of invasive and noninvasive cardiac electrophysiologic and pacing procedures.

Emergency Radiology Fellowship

The one-year emergency radiology fellowship provides exposure to imaging in both traumatic and non-traumatic emergency situations in a level-1 trauma center.

Endocrine Surgery Fellowship

The Endocrine Surgery Fellowship provides intensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine diseases, experience in a multidisciplinary approach to treatment planning and opportunities for collaborative clinical and basic research.

Endocrinology Fellowship Program

The ACGME accredited fellowship program in Endocrinology at Massachusetts General Hospital prepares physicians for careers in academic medicine and endocrinology.

Epilepsy and Neurobiology Fellowship

The Fellowship offers advanced training in clinical epileptology and neurobiology, with emphasis on research in epilepsy and disorders of neuronal excitability.

Epilepsy Postdoctoral Fellow Research Associate

This fellow or research associate will study neuronal injury and neuroprotection in epilepsy using anatomic, biochemical and molecular techniques.

Externship in OMS for Undergraduate Dental Candidates

Mass General Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offers an exciting 2-3 week externship opportunity for pre-doctoral dental candidates to gain exposure to the full scope of our discipline at Mass General Hospital.

Fellowship in Medical Simulation

The Fellowship in Medical Simulation, offered by the MGH Department of Emergency Medicine, is designed to provide advanced training in the emerging field of simulation-based medical education.

Fellowship in Urologic Oncology

Designed for the candidate with a goal of a career in academic Urology, our fellowship offers a comprehensive training in advanced urologic surgery and multi-disciplinary care of the cancer patient.

Fellowship in Wilderness Medicine

Wilderness Medicine is defined as the practice of resource-limited medicine in austere environments. The skills taught by our Fellowship have broad and unique application: in wilderness areas, pre-hospital care, disaster medicine, international and developing-world projects, and environmental/medical policy.

Fellowship Program in Emergency Ultrasound

The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital began in 2007. The fellowship is designed to provide graduates of emergency medicine residency programs here in the United States with advanced training in ultrasound image acquisition and interpretation, training in how to build and develop an emergency ultrasound program, and opportunities for research in emergency ultrasound applications.

Fellowship Program In Genitourinary Oncology In Underserved Countries

The Fellowship Program in Genitourinary Oncology provides physicians from underserved countries with a unique opportunity to observe clinical activities and conduct research with a multidisciplinary team of specialists within the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center.

Fellowships in Hematology and Medical Oncology

Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center offers comprehensive fellowship training in hematology and medical oncology that combines cutting-edge research with clinical care.

Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS)

The fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) at the Massachusetts General Hospital will train physicians to become leaders and experts in this sub-specialty clinical discipline while pursuing a rigorous academic career. The program also emphasizes the development of clinician scientists who will develop and implement relevant and important basic science, translational, and clinical research in the field of FPMRS.

Foot and Ankle Fellowship Program

The Foot & Ankle Fellowship Program is a new fellowship offered at Mass General and will offer a comprehensive education in the care of orthopaedic foot and ankle conditions.

Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship

The Harvard Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship is a one-year, full-time ACGME-approved training program based at the Massachusetts General Hospital. The fellowship is designed to provide comprehensive training in forensic psychiatry, drawing on multiple clinical sites, a large-multi-disciplinary teaching faculty; and a vast array of academic opportunities within the Harvard system.

Geriatrics: Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year ACGME approved Fellowship focusing on the care of patients ages 65 and older across the continuum of health care settings.

Global Psychiatric Clinical Research Training Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Global Psychiatric Clinical Research Training Program is a three-year program designed to develop independent and productive clinical scientists committed to addressing the rising burden of mental illness, including schizophrenia, in global settings.

Hand Surgery Fellowship

The Hand Surgery Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides a broad exposure to many aspects of problems in the hand and upper limbs, and provides a substantial amount of responsibility, while still emphasizing the academic aspects of the subspecialty.

Harvard Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship Program

The Harvard Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General & Brigham and Women's Hospitals was established in 1999 and has trained fellows from around the world.

Harvard Training Program In Nutrition And Metabolism

The Harvard Training Program in Nutrition and Metabolism offers NIH-funded training slots for MDs or PhDs interested in nutrition-related research.

Harvard-Wide Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship

Optimizing the well-being of children is essential to assure health and economic productivity in adulthood. The goal of the Harvard-wide Pediatric Health Services Research (HSR) Fellowship is to train outstanding researchers who can address critical gaps in primary care for children and fundamentally improve the capacity of the US health care system to meet the needs of children and families, including socioeconomically disadvantaged and minority populations.

Heart Failure and Transplant Fellowship

The Heart Failure and Transplant Fellowship provides inpatient and outpatient training in evaluating and treating patients with advanced heart disease, and follow-up of patients after cardiac transplant.

Infectious Disease Fellowship (ACGME-Certified)

The Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women's Hospitals have integrated their Infectious Disease Fellowship Training Programs to offer unparalleled opportunities for clinical and research training in Infectious Diseases at Harvard Medical School.

International and National Observer Fellowships

The International and National Observer Fellowships provide comprehensive, individualized exposure to state-of-the-art imaging and intervention in an academic setting.

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship provides training in clinical interventional cardiology where fellows master the skills of percutaneous coronary interventional procedures and gain exposure to a wide variety of structural heart disease percutaneous procedures.

Interventional Neuroradiology | Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship

The Interventional Neuroradiology | Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship provides two years of graduated training, focusing on the use of clinical evaluation and diagnostic imaging to develop therapeutic decision-making, post-procedure care and research.

Intraoperative Neurophysiology Monitoring Fellowship

The IONM Fellowship is designed to create experts in the field of clinical intraoperative neurophysiology and prepare them to become leaders in the field.

MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease

The MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease offers Fellowship opportunities in Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease research.

Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship

The goal of the fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is to train subspecialists in obstetrics and gynecology. Graduates will be able to manage complex problems related to pregnancy, as well as to investigate relevant basic science and clinical research questions. We expect our graduates to become busy and valued clinicians who will be leaders in our field.

MGH/BWH Nephrology Joint Fellowship Program

The objective of the MGH/BWH Nephrology joint fellowship program is to provide vigorous, comprehensive clinical and research training for physicians to become productive leaders in academic nephrology.

MGPO Finance Fellowship

The MGPO Finance Fellowship contributes to the growth and development of health care leaders in financial operations and strategic planning and is dedicated to the physician organization financial cycle and clinical practice.

Minimally Invasive Bariatric and Advanced GI Surgery Fellowship

The Minimally Invasive Bariatric and Advanced GI Surgery fellow will seek to develop technical proficiency in advanced laparoscopic surgery and advanced gastrointestinal procedures through direct patient care and literature review.

Movement Disorders Fellowship - Neurology

The Neurology Movement Disorders Fellowship is a two-year program offering flexibility in both clinical and research opportunities.

Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention Fellowship

The Musculoskeletal Imaging & Intervention Fellowship is one of the most comprehensive fellowship programs available in the country, providing exposure to all aspects of both diagnostic and interventional bone radiology.

Musculoskeletal Oncology Fellowship Program

The Musculoskeletal Oncology Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides exposure to the many facets of orthopaedic oncology through our multidisciplinary group of physicians and clinicians.

Neurocritical Care

The Neurocritical Care fellowship is a two-year UCNS-accredited program for general and neurologic critical care training.

Neurology Core and Advanced Clerkships at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Harvard Medical School Neurology Core and Advanced Clerkships at Massachusetts General Hospital instruct medical students in the core competencies of clinical neurology.

Neuromuscular Medicine

The Neuromuscular Medicine fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited training program in Electromyography (EMG) and neuromuscular medicine.

Neuro-Oncology Fellowship

The Massachusetts General Hospital offers a comprehensive training program in Neuro-Oncology that is designed to prepare physicians for an academic career in this discipline.

Neuroradiology Fellowship

The Neuroradiology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a rigorous program of clinical teaching and exposure to research designed to train first rate neuroradiologists and leaders in our rapidly evolving subspecialty.

Nuclear Cardiology Fellowship

The Nuclear Cardiology Fellowship Program provides training in all aspects of nuclear cardiology practice, including cardiac PET, stress performance and interpretation and image analysis and interpretation.

Nuclear Radiology Fellowship

The Nuclear Radiology Fellowship offers training in nuclear medicine techniques, the physics involved in the emission and detection of radiation, the chemistry of radiopharmaceuticals, the biological effects of radiation, and the instrumentation used in nuclear radiology.

Obstetric Anesthesia Fellowship

The Obstetric Anesthesia Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a 12-month training program devoted to the comprehensive anesthetic management, perioperative care and pain management of women during pregnancy and the puerperium.

OMFS Pediatric Research Fellowship / Junior Faculty Position

A unique one-year fellowship that combines laboratory and clinical research in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital with a junior faculty position at the Instructor rank

OMS Fellowship in Clinical Investigation

The OMS Fellowship in Clinical Investigation is a 1-2 year curriculum during which the fellow pursues didactic coursework while conducting original, independent clinical research in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Pain Medicine Fellowship

Massachusetts General Hospital's Pain Medicine Fellowship is a 12-month ACGME-accredited training program that provides individuals with a full spectrum of expertise in pain medicine through exposure to a wide variety of patient cases, management strategies and research opportunities.

Palliative Care Fellowship Program

The MGH Palliative Care Fellowship Program aims to establish a standard of excellence in the field of palliative care training with specific emphasis placed on comprehensive, interdisciplinary end-of-life care.

Partners HealthCare Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The Partners HealthCare Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship is an ACGME accredited fellowship which fulfills the specialized post-residency training requirement necessary for ABPN certification in the subspecialty of Geriatric Psychiatry.

Partners HealthCare Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship

The Partners HealthCare Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship is an ACGME accredited fellowship which fulfills the specialized post-residency training requirement necessary for ABPN certification in the subspecialty of Geriatric Psychiatry.

Pathology - Cytopathology Fellowship

The Cytopathology Fellowship at MGH, a one-year, ACGME-approved program, provides advanced training in diagnostic cytopathology under the supervision of nine staff cytopathologists.

Pathology - Dermatopathology Fellowship

The Harvard Dermatopathology Program, ACGME accredited to train residents and fellows in dermatopathology, draws on these facilities: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, MGH.

Pathology - Fellowships Overview

Fellowship opportunities are available in Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Hematopathology, Medical Microbiology, Molecular Genetic Pathology, Neuropathology, Pathology Informatics, Subspecialty Surgical Pathology, and Transfusion Medicine.

Pathology - Hematopathology Fellowship

The Hematopathology program at the Massachusetts General Hospital seeks to train individuals who will become leaders in the field of hematopathology.

Pathology - Informatics Fellowship

The Partners Integrated Program in Pathology Informatics seeks to train pathologists to become leaders in Informatics, Bioinformatics and Imaging.

Pathology - Medical Microbiology Fellowship

The Medical Microbiology Fellowship at MGH provides advance training to prepare pathologists and infectious disease specialists as future directors of clinical microbiology laboratories.

Pathology - Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship

The Harvard Medical School Molecular Genetic Pathology Training Program represents a collaboration of the major Harvard teaching hospitals to provide extensive training in broad areas of molecular diagnostics and molecular genetics.

Pathology - Neuropathology Fellowship

The Neuropathology Program at the MGH seeks to train individuals who will become leaders in Neuropathology through combinations of basic or clinical research, teaching and the provision of high-quality, state-of-the-art patient care. Image: Dr. Hedley-Whyte (L), Dr. Camelo-Piragu (R)

Pathology - Subspecialty Surgical Pathology Fellowship

The Pathology Service at the Massachusetts General Hospital offers a one-year fellowship program in subspecialty surgical pathology. The goal is to combine in-depth training with opportunities for conducting related research and to provide a basis for a future career in academic pathology.

Pathology - Transfusion Medicine Fellowship

The Harvard Medical School Fellowship Program in Transfusion Medicine is an ACGME accredited program which draws on the facilities of the MGH, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Peabody Pediatric Orthopaedics Fellowship Program

The MassGeneral Hospital for Children Peabody Pediatric Orthopaedics Fellowship provides postgraduate training in all aspects of pediatric orthopaedics.

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine fellowship at MassGeneral Hospital for Children/Harvard Medical School provides fellows with a learning environment that will enable them to become expert practitioners and leaders in the field of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.

Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship

The Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program at MassGeneral Hospital for Children spans three years of training and prepares our fellows for careers as leaders in academic medicine and also clinical practice.

Pediatric Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

The Pediatric Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship occurs in conjunction with the Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, which encompasses Electroencephalography, Intraoperative monitoring, Epilepsy, and Electromyography.

Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition Fellowship

The fellowship program in Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition endeavors to fully train pediatricians to become expert, board-certified consultants in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition in an academic setting and to have the capacity to become independent basic scientists or clinical investigators.

Pediatric Proton Fellowship

This is a one-year fellowship program designed to familiarize the trainee with the indications for, techniques of, and results from proton radiation therapy treatment. Trainees will spend approximately 6 months of the year on clinical radiation oncology services which use proton radiation therapy. Six months of the year will be spent on clinical, physics, or biology research projects related to proton radiation therapy and its use in the pediatric population.

Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship

The Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital is an ACGME-approved program designed to provide trainees with the clinical abilities, knowledge base and research skills required for successful academic careers in the field of pediatric pulmonary medicine.

Pediatric Radiology Fellowship

The Pediatric Radiology Fellowship is a comprehensive educational experience emphasizing all aspects of pediatric imaging, emergency room, intensive care, CT, MR and ultrasound, including invasive and interventional procedures and sedation.

Perioperative Administration Fellowship

The Perioperative Administrative Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital is a 12-month training program that prepares individuals for perioperative administration in a large health care system.

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program

Postdoctoral Fellows in the Division of Nephrology are appointed by the MGH Department of Medicine and at Harvard Medical School on an annual basis.

Proton Fellowship

This is a one-year fellowship program designed to familiarize the trainee with the indications for, techniques of, and results from proton radiation therapy treatment. Trainees will spend 9 - 12 months of the year on clinical radiation oncology services which use proton radiation therapy. Three months of the year may be spent on clinical, physics, or biology research projects related to proton radiation therapy.

Psychosomatic Medicine/Consultation Psychiatry

Now in its fourth decade, Massachusetts General Hospital's Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine/Consultation Psychiatry is a one-year program open to board-eligible psychiatrists and internists.

Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship

The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School offers a fellowship program designed to train leaders in academic pulmonary and critical care medicine.

Reconstructive/Aesthetic Breast Surgery Fellowship

The Mass General/Harvard Reconstructive/Aesthetic Breast Surgery Fellowship offers a high volume of experience in all areas of aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery.

Reproductive and Developmental Biology Training Program

The Reproductive and Developmental Biology Training Program at Massachusetts General Hospital provides its trainees with an intensive research experience in basic and/or clinical investigation.

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

The goal of the Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility is to train subspecialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology to manage complex clinical problems relating to Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, as well as an emphasis to investigate important relevant basic science, translational, and clinical research questions in this area.

Research Fellowship in Laryngeal Surgery

The Research Fellowship in Laryngeal Surgery provides an otolaryngologist - head-and-neck surgeon with state-of-the-art research opportunities in the field of laryngology.

Research Training in Alimentary Tract Surgery – T32 Fellowship

This NIH-supported Research Fellowship is sponsored jointly by the Departments of Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School.

Rheumatology Fellowship

An ACGME Certified Fellowship with a focus on academic careers in Rheumatology, as physician-scientists or clinician-educators.

Schizophrenia Fellowship

The fellowship is a unique opportunity to learn state-of-the-art schizophrenia treatment as an apprentice to renowned experts working in a world-class academic program.

Spine Surgery Fellowship Program

The Spine Surgery Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women's Hospital is a comprehensive education in the science of spine surgery, clinical as well as research, basic science, teaching and education.

Sports Medicine Fellowship Program

The Sports Medicine Fellowship at MGH provides an invaluable experience and a deep and broad exposure to the field of orthopaedic sports medicine and related conditions.

Stroke and Neuro-ICU Observership

This observership program is highly specialized and designed for individuals who are interested in developing stroke/neuro-ICU programs or pursuing stroke in their home institution.

Structural Heart Disease Fellowship

The Structural Heart Disease Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center is a one-year program that provides training in structural heart disease procedures for fellows with a completed cardiac catheterization and coronary interventional fellowship.

Surgical Critical Care/Acute Surgery Fellowship

The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is designed to allow fellows to develop advanced proficiency in the care of critically ill patients and to develop the qualifications to supervise surgical critical care units. This critical care education has now been supplemented with an additional year of comprehensive surgical training to create the Acute Care Surgery Fellowship Program.

Surgical Oncology Breast Fellowship

The Massachusetts General Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Breast Surgery Fellowship seeks to prepare a trainee in surgery for an academic career devoted to the diagnosis, treatment and study of patients with breast cancer and benign breast disease.

Surgical Oncology Fellowship

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital/Dana-Faber Cancer Institute’s Surgical Oncology Fellowship seeks to prepare a trainee for a career devoted to the study of patients with benign and malignant tumors.

The Clinical Unit for Research Trials in Skin (CURTIS) Clinical Fellowship

The Clinical Unit for Research Trials in Skin (CURTIS) offers a 1-2 year Clinical Fellowship in Clinical Trials.

The Fellowship Program in Gynecologic Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital

The Massachusetts General Hospital offers a three-year gynecologic oncology fellowship program that provides physicians interested in specializing in clinical and surgical gynecologic oncology with a robust learning experience. One fellow is chosen annually for this program.

Thoracic & Cardiac Imaging Fellowship

The Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School provides a cutting-edge clinical and research experience in thoracic and cardiac diagnosis and thoracic intervention.

Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Program

This one-year program is seeking accreditation by the American Transplant Society and the American Society of Nephrology. Upon completion of their training, the individual will be knowledgeable to serve as a UNOS certified Transplant Nephrologist for a transplant program.

Trauma Research Fellowship

The Division of Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care (TESSCC) offers a research fellowship program providing physicians interested in research an opportunity to accumulate a solid experience in an outstanding training program.

Vascular Diagnostic and Intervention Fellowship

The Vascular Diagnostic and Intervention Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year, non-ACGME training program.

Vascular Imaging & Interventional Fellowship

The Vascular Imaging & Intervention Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-approved program that provides 10 months of training in all aspects of cardiovascular intervention, with two months of non-vascular interventions.

Vascular Neurology Fellowship

The Vascular Neurology one-year fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital offers clinical, neuro-imaging, and rehabilitation training, and opportunities for vascular research projects.

Anesthesia Residency Program

Massachusetts General Hospital's Anesthesia Residency Program provides residents with comprehensive education, training and research opportunities in anesthesia, critical care and pain medicine under the mentorship of world-class faculty and clinicians.

Department of Radiology Residency

Dedicated to producing the next generation of top-notch clinical radiologists, the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology residency program provides intensive training in all subspecialty areas and modalities of imaging, including a comprehensive experience with interventional techniques.

Dermatology Residency Training Program

The Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency Program offers a three-year program that leads to eligibility for certification by the American Board of Dermatology.

General Practice Residency in Dentistry

The Brigham and Women's Hospital/Mass General Hospital Harvard General Practice Residency in Dentistry is a one-year program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. It is based at Brigham and Women's Hospital and affiliated with Mass General.

Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program

The Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program (HAEMR) is a dynamic and rewarding experience for pursuing advanced medical training. With the combined resources of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the entire Harvard Medical School teaching hospital network, we’re able to provide an exceptionally comprehensive and diverse learning experience that prepares individuals to advance in the field of Emergency Medicine.

Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program

The Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program provides education and training for residents at four major metropolitan hospitals: The Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, The Children’s Hospital and the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program

The Harvard Medical Physics Residency Program is a three year, CAMPEP-accredited program among the Harvard teaching hospitals to train qualified candidates to learn all the didactic and practical aspects of medical physics and prepare them for the ABR board exams

Harvard Radiation Oncology Residency Program

The Harvard Radiation Oncology Residency faculty are guided by the belief that we must simultaneously provide both outstanding training experiences and superior patient care. Our goal is to educate the next generation of world-class clinicians, physician-scientists and leaders.

Integrated Residency Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Our program is an accredited four-year postgraduate training program integrated between the Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Massachusetts General Hospital, and affiliated with Harvard Medical School.

Internal Medicine Residency Program

For more than 75 years, the Department of Medicine Residency Training Program has brought experience, commitment, and a rigorous and balanced approach to the training of internal medicine residents.

Interventional Radiology Residency Program

The Interventional Radiology Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is dedicated to training physicians in the performance of minimally invasive, image-guided techniques to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system, while providing high-quality clinical patient care.

Massachusetts General Hospital Child Neurology Residency Program

A three-year child neurology residency program with clinical and research training in common and rare neurologic disorders at Massachusetts General Hospital and affiliated institutions.

Massachusetts General Hospital Neurosurgery Residency Program

Massachusetts General Hospital Neurosurgery Residents are exposed to clinical volume and complex cases ranging the breadth of Neurosurgery in preparation for the North Attending position.

Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program

The Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program is a four-year training program in general internal medicine and pediatrics.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

The residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery is a six-year program leading to qualification for certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, completion of the MD degree at Harvard Medical School, and a total of 16 months as a Mass General resident in general surgery.

Orofacial Pain Residency

A two-year Orofacial Pain residency program. This program will offer advanced training in orofacial pain, headache disorders, and dental sleep medicine.

Partners Neurology Residency Program

The joint Partners Neurology Residency Program of the Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s hospitals provides a uniquely rich residency training experience. Subspecialty divisions provide sophisticated Neurology services to large numbers of individuals with a broad range of neurologic disorders from the most common to the rarest.

Pathology Residency Program

The discipline of Pathology is devoted to the definitive diagnosis and the understanding of the pathogenesis of human disease. The Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residency program at the MGH seeks to train physicians who will become leaders in this field.

Pediatric Residency Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital Pediatric Residency Program aims to train the next generation of pediatricians to practice innovative, evidence-based, multidisciplinary medicine.

Podiatry Residency Program

The MGH Podiatry Residency is a three year training program with a comprehensive and diverse curriculum.

Residency Test

Surgical Residency Program offers extensive clinical training and research opportunities.

Surgical Residency Program

Massachusetts General Hospital’s Surgical Residency Program offers extensive clinical training and research opportunities.

The Harvard program in Urologic Surgery

The Harvard program in Urologic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital provides exposure to all aspects of adult, pediatric, and investigative urology.

Thoracic Surgery Residency

The goal of the residency in Thoracic Surgery is to produce residents who are versed in all contemporary aspects of both cardiac and thoracic surgery.

05/30/2015: Intensive Review in Diagnostic Neuroradiology: 2015

Neuroimaging is a rapidly advancing field with frequent new developments in scanning modalities, protocols, clinical indications, patient management and post-processing techniques. Each of these can result in a lag in knowledge, competence and performance among practitioners. The educational objective of this intensive two-day course is to provide a comprehensive, focused review of the major basic and advanced principles of clinical diagnostic neuroradiology. Specifically, we will emphasize the management, acquisition, and interpretation of structural and functional imaging studies of the brain, spine, and extracranial head and neck, with a goal towards appropriate application of clinical imaging algorithms, implementation of relevant recent technical advances, and formulation of differential diagnoses. The educational methods used in this course will include didactic lectures, review of evidence-based diagnostic and treatment algorithms, Q&A discussions and interactive case based conferences.

05/21/2015: General Thoracic Surgery

Our annual post-graduate course in general thoracic surgery--the first such course offered in the United States--continues to fulfill its mission for the 43rd year. The objective of this course, which will be held May 21, 2015, is to provide an in-depth review of selected topics in general thoracic surgery. Emphasis will be on current principles of management and surgical technique.

04/07/2015: Radiology Update: 2015

This course is designed to provide a comprehensive and practical review of contemporary diagnostic imaging. Optimal imaging and image interpretation of usually encountered conditions are reviewed. Pitfalls in image interpretation, including MRI artifacts, are explained and methods to avoid them are presented. In addition to lectures, multiple case presentation sessions are provided that show examples of "must-know" and "advanced" cases. An audience response system will be utilized to facilitate participation. Self-assessment modules (SAMs) will be provided and tailored to the course material.

03/25/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Scott Solomon MD and the topic is TBA.

03/18/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds - Cancelled

This week's Grand Rounds is cancelled for ACC.

03/11/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is John Webb, MD and the topic is TBA.

02/04/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Ahmed Tawakol, MD and the topic is TBA.

01/14/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Chris O'Donnell, MD and the topic is TBA.

01/07/2015: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Laura Mauri, MD and the topic is TBA.

12/31/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds - Cancelled

This week's Grand Rounds is cancelled for New Year's.

12/24/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds - Cancelled

This week's Grand Rounds is cancelled for Christmas.

12/17/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speakers are Sanjeev Francis, MD; Marielle Sherrer-Crosby, MD; Tom Neilan, MD and the topic is TBA.

11/26/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds - Cancelled

This week's Grand Rounds is cancelled for Thanksgiving

11/19/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds - Cancelled

This week's Grand Rounds is cancelled for AHA.

11/12/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Luigi Biasucci, MD, PhD and the topic is TBA.

11/03/2014: Chest Imaging: 2014

The rapidly expanding subspecialty of Thoracic Radiology creates a challenge for physicians to stay current. The three-day chest course will include symposia dedicated to the multidisciplinary assessment and management of lung cancer, lung cancer screening, the approach to HRCT and interstitial lung diseases and acute cardiothoracic imaging. New modalities including PET-CT, MRI, dual-energy CT and dose reduction strategies will be presented.

11/02/2014: Trauma and Critical Care Symposium

The symposium, which will take place Nov. 2-4, 2014, aims to give clear guidelines to practicing clinicians who manage injured and critically ill patients. It explores issues related to resuscitation, surgical techniques, bleeding control, inflammation and infection, respiratory care, nutrition, prehospital care, rehabilitation and ethics.

10/15/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Vasken Dilsizian, MD and the topic is TBA.

10/01/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is James Udelson, MD and the topic is TBA.

09/17/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH, FACC, FAHA, FASE and the topic is TBA.

09/15/2014: Neuroradiology Post Graduate Course: 2014

The educational objective of this intensive five-day course is to provide a comprehensive review of basic and advanced principles in the management, acquisition and interpretation of structural and functional imaging studies of the brain, spine, and extra-cranial head and neck. Interactive learning formats such as Q&A sessions and group case discussions will be incorporated into the course to enable the participants to develop new strategies they can use in their practice setting.

09/11/2014: Frontiers in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition 2014

The topics on day 1 will include pediatric aerodigestive disorders, H. pylori infection: consensus, H. pylori infection: controversies, culinary medicine, IBD (inflammatory bowel disease). The topics on day 2 will include celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), functional GI disorders, diagnosis and treatment of cholestatic liver diseases, current and future treatment options for hepatitis B & C, medical and surgical management of intestinal failure, management of acute and chronic pancreatitis, comparison of the diagnostic accuracy of ERCP, EUS and MRCP.

09/10/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Santi Trimarchi, MD and the topic is Update on Aortic Dissection.

08/19/2014: August Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing & Discussion

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic

08/05/2014: August Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

"Update on Melanoma Genetics" by Hensin Tsao, MD, PhD, Professor of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School

07/18/2014: Midlife Women’s Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Care

Optimizing women's health at midlife requires an understanding of a wide range of medical specialties. In this course, a multidisciplinary group of experts from the Midlife Women's Health Center at Massachusetts General Hospital will present on cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, obesity, breast cancer, menopausal symptoms, urinary incontinence, skin aging, sleep and stress management.

07/01/2014: July Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Lynn A. Drake, MD presents: Making an Impact in an Ever Changing World.

06/26/2014: Sports Medicine: 2014

06/20/2014: Fourth Annual Harvard Orthopedic Trauma Research Day

On June 20, 2014 from 3:00 - 7:00 pm at Massachusetts General Hospital in the historic Ether Dome, the Harvard Orthopedic Trauma (HOT) Service will host the Fourth Annual Harvard Orthopedic Trauma Research Day. Research Day provides an opportunity for us to present some of the clinical and basic science work from our HOT Research group of faculty, fellows, residents and staff.

All are welcome to attend and are encouraged to be active participants in this forum.

Interested in presenting at Research Day? Send an abstract of your work to Jordan Morgan at jhmorgan@mgh.harvard.edu.

06/17/2014: June Dermatology Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

06/05/2014: Treating Obesity 2014

06/03/2014: June Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Martin C. Mihm, Jr. MD. Topic: Vascular Lesions

05/28/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Serguei Melnitchouk, MD and the topic is Mitral Valve Repair with Lepzig Loops in minimally invasive approach.

05/21/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Doreen Defaria-Yeh, MD and the topic is Congenital Right Heart Disease.

05/20/2014: Dermatology Grand Rounds May Special Lecture

William Eaglstein, MD presents " Biases in medical and surgical decision making in dermatology"

05/14/2014: CRP Spotlight Series: Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA)

Joining a professional organization can bring many benefits to clinical research staff. Learn what these are during our May seminar as we are joined by Alyssa Gateman from the Society of Clinical Research Associates (SoCRA). Ms. Gateman will highlight the benefits of membership in a professional clinical research organization, outline the process for obtaining clinical research certification and discuss the career options for those who become certified. Question and answer period to follow.

05/14/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Linda Hemphill, MD and the topic is Autosomal Dominant Hypercholesterolemia (Familial Hypercholesterolemia): Progress and Challenges.

05/07/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Don Lloyd-Jones, MD and the topic is Risky Business: How should we employ risk assesment in CVD prevention?

05/06/2014: May Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Bruce Strober, MD, PhD, guest lecturer. Topic Palmoplantar Psoriasis.

05/05/2014: Primary Care Orthopaedics

Location: Harvard Club, Main Club House, 374 Common Wealth Ave, Boston, MA 02115

05/05/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

04/30/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Paul Michael Grossman, MD and the topic is TBA.

04/27/2014: Human Teratogens: Environmental Factors Which Cause Birth Defects

There is now widespread concern about the teratogenic effects of drugs, maternal diseases, chemicals in the environment, infectious agents and exposure to radiation. Faculty includes clinicians, epidemiologists, basic scientists, obstetricians, and pediatricians with first hand experience. The teaching method to be used is didactic lectures with question and answer sessions at the end. Offered by the Medical Genetics Unit, MassGeneral Hospital for Children,under the direction of Lewis B. Holmes, MD, and associates.

04/23/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Peter Tilkemeier, MD and the topic is Cardiac Imaging in a New Valve Paradigm.

04/16/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

04/15/2014: April Live Patient Viewing Dermatology Grand Rounds

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

04/09/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Marcelo DiCarli, MD and the topic is TBA.

04/02/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker isTBA and the topic is TBA.

04/01/2014: April Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Cosmetic Update 2014: Optimizing Patient Selection and Outcomes presented by Sandy S. Tsao, MD

03/18/2014: Annual Khosrow Momtaz Lecture

Annual Khosrow Momtaz Lecture; Guest Speaker: Salvador Gonzalez, MD, PhD "Confocal Microscopy:Clinical Applications in Cutaneous Oncology"

03/05/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is Joseph Rogers, MS and the topic is TBA.

03/04/2014: March Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Global Health Dermatology: A Focus on Kaposi's Sarcoma presented by Esther E. Freeman, MD, PhD

02/19/2014: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is David Sosnovik, MD, FACC and the topic is TBA.

02/18/2014: February Dermatology Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

01/25/2014: Helping the Moth Stay Out of the Flame

Dept. of Psychiatry annual Psychotherapy Case Conference -- Helping the Moth Stay Out of the Flame: Challenges in working with a victim of repeated traumas.

01/21/2014: January Grand Rounds Live Patient Viewing

Live patient viewings begin at 7:45am and are held at 50 Staniford Street, Suite 200. Due to patient privacy guidelines, only approved staff may attend patient viewing portion in the dermatology clinic.

01/07/2014: January Dermatology Grand Rounds Lecture

Mary E. Maloney, MD is the invited guest lecturer. Topic: A SCC Mimic: Erosive Pustular Dermatosis of the Scalp

12/13/2013: Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics

The continuing emergence of new clinical data and treatment approaches for pediatric emergencies and procedures makes it difficult for practitioners caring for infants, children, and adolescents to stay current on these advances. This intensive, three-day course offers a comprehensive curriculum on a variety of pediatric emergencies through lectures and small breakout groups. Intensive, hands-on skill stations will provide one-on-one instructor to participant opportunities to practice the skills necessary to manage pediatric patients in various emergencies.

12/12/2013: Improving Quality & Safety for Diverse Populations: An Innovative Interprofessional Curriculum

Please join us for a webinar by Alexander Green, MD, MPH, Associate Director of the Disparities Solutions Center and Gail Gall, PhD, APRN, BC, Clinical Assistant Professor at the MGH Institute of Health Professions School of Nursing. This presentation will highlight the development and implementation of an innovative, interprofessional curriculum for medical and nursing students.

12/04/2013: Primary Care Pediatrics

During some sessions, the course breaks into small seminars to explore areas of particular interest. The practice of general pediatrics requires a large knowledge base covering many areas of practice. Keeping up to date is a challenge. Using the yearly course evaluations, we determine the topic areas most needed by pediatricians. These generally include disciplines that are not well-taught during training. The course attempts to present state of-the-art information that pediatricians can incorporate into their daily practices.

11/27/2013: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

11/20/2013: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

11/13/2013: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

11/08/2013: Frontiers in Pediatrics Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition 2013

Our second annual Frontiers in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition is a two-day program designed for academic and community pediatric gastroenterologists, pediatric GI fellows, pediatric GI nurse practitioners, PAs, and primary care physicians. This year, we have added breakout sessions that will be beneficial for healthcare professionals as well as patient support groups. The topics on day 1 will include IBD (inflammatory bowel disease), constipation, intestinal dysmotility, functional abdominal pain, and pediatric liver diseases. The topics on day 2 will include GI issues in ASD (autism spectrum disorder), food allergies, celiac disease, and others. This symposium is intended to address several important clinical gaps in practice by providing a comprehensive review as well as information on new advances in diagnosis and treatment options in these areas. The symposium will consist of lectures, breakout sessions, Q&A sessions and panel discussions during lunch to include both formal and interactive learning formats.

11/02/2013: GI Motility and Functional GI Disease in Adults and Pediatrics: A Practical and Advanced Approach

This intense one day course is comprised of two parts. It will consist of three morning didactic sessions: Esophageal, Gastroduodenal, and Colonic. There will also be a separate pediatric workshop as well in the morning. The information will be presented in a case based format with an expert team approach and active audience participation. The morning sessions will emphasize controversies and evidence-based management for adults and children. The afternoon sessions will consist of practical sessions reviewing diagnostic testing with the opportunity for basic and advanced interpretation. There will be a final section on clinical "pearls" offered by the faculty. A comprehensive syllabus will be provided.

10/30/2013: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker is TBA and the topic is TBA.

10/16/2013: Cardiology Grand Rounds

This week's Grand Rounds Speaker isTBA and the topic is TBA.

10/11/2013: REACH Symposium- Research, Education, and Awareness for Children with Hirschsprung's disease

The REACH Symposium (Research, Education, and Awareness for Children with Hirschsprung's disease) is a multidisciplinary conference highlighting important and up-to-date clinical and scientific topics in Hirschsprung's disease.

10/10/2013: Common Pediatric Hurdles: Advice and Updates from the Experts

This course will focus on needs of the office base practitioner. Subject matter presented will increase awareness of evolving and commonly encountered issues in daily practice improving diagnostic skills and patient care. Experts will update attendees with new approaches to diagnosis treatment of a number of problems routinely in the office.

10/08/2013: Child Health Symposium: Transforming Child Health Through Genome Biology

All members of the Harvard community are cordially invited to attend Harvard Catalyst's inaugural Child Health Symposium, entitled Transforming Child Health Through Genome Biology, which will be held on October 8, 2013 from 2:00-5:30pm at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston.

Speakers:

Alan E. Guttmacher, MD
Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NIH
Pediatric Genomics: Now in its Infancy, What Will Adulthood Look Like?

Diana W. Bianchi, MD
Executive Director, Mother Infant Research Institute, Tufts Medical Center
Prenatal Pediatrics: How is Genomics Changing Prenatal Diagnosis and Fetal Therapy?

Joshua Boger, PhD
Founder and former CEO, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
The Deceptive Simplicity of a Monogenic Recessive Disease: A Comprehensive Approach to Cystic Fibrosis

09/30/2013: Child Neurology 2013

07/27/2013: Ovarian Cancer Survivors Course

The Foundation for Women's Cancer is pleased to sponsor the 2013 Ovarian Cancer Survivors Course - A FREE full-day course for all cancer survivors, family members, friends and others.

05/31/2013: Maternal and Child Global Health: What You Need to Know Before You Go

The presentation and management of patients in resource-limited settings will be taught with didactic lectures, small group interactive sessions, and hands-on simulation scenarios of common delivery and newborn complications. Dr. Joia Mukherjee, Chief Medical Officer from Partners in Health, will be giving the Keynote Address.

05/14/2013: Annual Common Pediatric Hurdles: Advice and Updates from the Experts

This live, half-day symposium will focus on the unique challenges facing the office based pediatric practitioner such as pediatric sports Injuries and common GI issues seen in the primary care setting. Subject matter presented will increase awareness of evolving and commonly encountered issues in daily practice, improving diagnostic skills and patient care. Experts will update attendees with new approaches to diagnosis and treatment of a number of problems encountered routinely in the office. There will be six presentations discussing current topics in the areas of:

  • Office Management & Triage of the Acute Sports Injury
  • Youth Sport Concussion
  • Advocacy of Child Injury Prevention Laws
  • Thyroid Disorders
  • Adolescent Eating Disorders
  • Chronic Abdominal Pain

Accreditation:

Partners HealthCare System is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Partners HealthCare System designates this live activity for a maximum of 6 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

03/19/2013: 5th Annual MassGeneral Hospital for Children Research Day

Join us for the Fifth Annual MassGeneral Hospital for Children Research Day on March 19th, 2013. Presented by the MGHfC Research Council, Research Day highlights recent accomplishments and advances from Mass General researchers, as well as from the broader pediatric research community.

12/14/2012: Emergencies & Procedures in Pediatrics

The continuing emergence of new clinical data and treatment approaches for pediatric emergencies and procedures makes it difficult for practitioners caring for infants, children and adolescents to stay current on these advances. Through didactic lectures and interactive sessions, the presentation and management of pediatric patients with medical and surgical emergencies will be taught in this intensive three-day course.

12/06/2012: The Use of Evidence-Based Traditional Chinese Medicine

Seminar entitled "The Use of Evidence-Based Traditional Chinese Medicine", Thursday, December 6, 2012 from 6:00-9:30PM, presented by MGH CSSA (The MGH Chinese Scientist and Staff Association) as part of its ongoing series of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment of human diseases and health conditions. Click on the link above to view the full agenda.

12/05/2012: Primary Care Pediatrics

The practice of general pediatrics requires a large knowledge base covering many areas of practice. Keeping up to date is a challenge. Using the yearly course evaluations, we determine the topic areas most needed by pediatricians. These generally include disciplines that are not well-taught during training. The course attempts to present state of-the-art information that pediatricians can incorporate into their daily practices.

11/09/2012: 4th Annual Office Management of Common Pediatrics Issues: Improve Care and Reduce Risk

A half-day CME seminar for pediatric professionals. This course has been approved for the following credits: 6 AMA credits, 1.25 hours of Risk Management education, 1.25 hours of End-of-Life Care education.

10/22/2012: Pediatric Transplant Seminar

The MGHfC Pediatric Transplant Seminar is a half-day educational program designed to increase the dissemination of knowledge about pediatric solid organ transplant and related issues.

10/09/2012: Grand Rounds: Down Syndrome

Keeping Children and Adolescents with Down Syndrome Healthy
Medical Updates for Physicians
Brian Skotko, MD, MPP
Co-Director, Down Syndrome Program

09/21/2012: 4th Annual Evidence-Based Implant Dentistry: Improving Quality and Outcomes of Your Implant Practice Sept 21-23, 2012

New dates for 2012!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques

07/09/2012: Dartmouth Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice

The 6th annual Summer Institute for Informed Patient Choice will be held July 9-11, 2012 in Hanover, NH. Co-Directed by Dr. Dale Vidal and Dr. Karen Sepucha, this year's Institute "Measuring Shared Decision Making in Practice" will highlight the work of Glyn Elwyn, Margie Godfrey, Susan Edgman-Levitan, Elliott Fisher, Gene Nelson and others. Please visit (http://tdi.dartmouth.edu/centers/informed-choice/siipc/) for more information and registration details. Follow us on Twitter @InformUrChoice and check out our YouTube Channel InformedChoiceTDI for segments from our 2011 Summer Institute speakers.

06/11/2012: MGH Nephrology Update - 2012 CME Course

Reserve before March 30, 2012 to get a discounted hotel room rate.

06/04/2012: 4th Annual Common Pediatric Hurdles: Advice and Updates from the Experts

This course will focus on the needs of the office based practitioner. Subject matter presented will increase awareness of evolving and commonly encountered issues in daily practice improving diagnostic skills and patient care. Experts will update attendees with new approaches to diagnosis and treatment of a number of problems encountered routinely in the office. There will be seven presentation discussion current topics in the areas of: child abuse and neglect; food allergies; pediatric pulmonary; pediatric orthopaedics; autism spectrum disorders; eating disorders; pediatric GERD.

04/17/2012: Grand Rounds: Cases from the Wards: Drs. Jessica Rosenthal & Diana Lemly

Jessica Rosenthal, MD, & Diana Lemly, MD
Cases from the Wards

03/31/2012: Clinical Endocrinology: 2012

This course, which runs from March 31 to April 4, 2012 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston is appropriate for clinicians in the areas of endocrinology, diabetes, reproductive endocrinology, family practice, general practice, and pediatric endocrinology.

03/27/2012: 4th Annual MassGeneral Hospital for Children Research Day

Join us for the Fourth Annual MassGeneral Hospital for Children Research Day on March 27th, 2012. Presented by the MGHfC Research Council, Research Day highlights recent accomplishments and advances from Mass General researchers, as well as from the broader pediatric research community.

03/06/2012: Grand Rounds: Checklists and Lunchtrays: Unexpected Solutions to Complex Problems in Global Maternal-Newborn Health

Jonathan Spector, MD, MPH
Pediatric Newborn Services,
MassGeneral Hospital for Children
Instructor, Harvard Medical School

01/31/2012: Grand Rounds: Medical Education: A Practical Approach to Trainee Feedback and Evaluation

Mary Ellen Goldhamer, MD, MPH
Education Specialist, Partners GME

01/28/2012: Sins and Sensibility: A Psychotherapeutic Journey Toward Self-Acceptance

1) Department of Psychiatry's Annual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Case Conference Please join us for the Department of Psychiatry's Annual Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Case Conference: Sins and Sensibility: A Psychotherapeutic Journey Toward Self-Acceptance Saturday, Jan. 28 9 am to 12:30 pm MGH O'Keefe Auditorium Co-sponsored by the MGH Center for Psychodynamic Therapy and Research and the MGH Endowment for the Advancement of Psychotherapy. We are continuing the tradition started over 30 years ago by our beloved mentors and teachers, Drs. Anne Alonso, Joe Schwartz, and Aaron Lazare. Faculty and trainees came together on Saturday mornings and, together, they would learn about what it means to become a therapist with all of its challenges, dilemmas and rewards while discussing the case from various theoretical frameworks. The case conference has always been a source of pride and a highlight in the department and residency training experience. Presenter: Hannah Brown, MD – Dr. Brown will describe her work with a man who strives to overcome feelings of shame in therapy. Themes of desire and faith, connection and alienation, and fulfillment and disappointment challenge the therapist as she tries to help the patient find his place in the world. Discussants: Judith Arons, LICSW, Joseph Cambray, PhD, James Frosch, MD This event is free of charge to all attendees. ***Please pre-register and RSVP to the MGH Center for Psychodynamic Therapy and Research: MGHPsychodynamics@partners.org***

01/01/2012: Continuing Medical Education in Neurology

The Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

12/09/2011: Emergencies and Procedures in Pediatrics

Who should attend: emergency medicine, pediatricians, pediatric emergency medicine, family physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants Course #: 03114030 Location: Marriott - Long Wharf, 296 State Street, Boston, MA Director(s): Sonia Lewin, MD

12/01/2011: Evidence-Based TCM Educational Series on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Inflammation-Related Disease

On Thursday, December 1, 2011 from 6:30-9:00 PM, The MGH Chinese Scientist and Staff Association (MGH CSSA) will host an HMS-CME-credited education seminar on Traditional Chinese Medicine and Inflammation-Related Disease as part of its ongoing series of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the treatment of diseases and health conditions. This seminar features two sessions followed by an interactive Question/Answer period and will offer 1.75 CME credits sponsored by Harvard Medical School Department of Continuous Education. All are welcome to attend. Registration is required for CME credit. Seats are limited. A light dinner will be available. The aim of this course is to: Understand and learn skills in some of the clinical and basic research perspective and methodological consideration when reading about research in some of the TCM modalities To have an overview of up-to-date of TCM modalities in medicine focusing in inflammation To spark interest of the audience in getting involved with basic science and clinical TCM research

11/30/2011: Primary Care Pediatrics Conference

Who should attend: pediatricians, family physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, residents, fellows in training Course #: 00311300 Marriott - Long Wharf, 296 State Street, Boston, MA Director(s): Peter T. Greenspan, MD

11/03/2011: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

In this age of information overload, it is vital that patients receive accurate and understandable information about healthcare. Dr. Robb-Nicholson and Dr. Simon have extensive experience in the field of medical writing as editors of the Harvard Women's Health Watch and the Harvard Men's Health Watch respectively. They will be discussing how physicians can communicate with patients about medical issues, how to interpret medical research in a way patients understand, and how to successfully balance medical writing with a clinical career.

09/23/2011: Evidence-based implant dentisty: Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice, Sept 23-25, 2011

New dates for 2011!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques

09/23/2011: Evidence-based Implant Dentistry: Improving quality and outcomes of your implant practice Sept 23-25, 2011

New dates for 2011!!! Scheduled topics to include: Management of implant patients on oral bisphosphonates; Use of advanced CT imaging in the management of implant cases; Management of dental implant complications; Review of treatment planning concepts in dental implants; Restoration considerations in implant dentistry; Indications and outcomes associated with use of ultra-short dental implants; Prognostic factors associated with implant survival; implant surgery in medically compromised patients; Aesthetics in implant dentistry; Role of site preservation and other dento-alveolar reconstruction techniques.

09/20/2011: Vascular Disease, Diabetes and Foot Ulcerations

The Spectrum of Vascular Disease, Diabetes and Foot Ulcerations: What You Need to Know will present expert insights and opinions on methods for providing comprehensive diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic interventions to patients with foot and ankle complications stemming from diabetes mellitus and peripheral artery disease. Physicians and physician extenders will be educated on the signs and symptoms of peripheral artery disease in patients with diabetes and analyze the indications for revascularization, foot reconstruction and preventive strategies for patients with diabetes and foot disorders. The faculty will demonstrate the benefits of working in a collaborative multispecialty program.

06/24/2011: Stoeckle Center Seminar

David Judge, Medical Director of MGH's Ambulatory Practice of the Future discusses the progress of the primary care practice after its first year.

04/28/2011: Contemporary Concepts and Techniques in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery 2011

The course is designed to offer an objective review of contemporary care of patients with cerebrovascular disease, lower extremity ischemia, aortic aneurysmal and occlusive disease, venous disease and other challenging vascular conditions. Topics related to appropriate indications for intervention and the most efficient and effective methods of diagnosis and treatment will be stressed, with emphasis on the impact of recent prospective trials, cost-benefit considerations and emerging technology. A series of "Great Debates" will compare newer diagnostic techniques to accepted conventional methods of evaluation and less invasive therapies measured against standard surgical treatment. Each topic-related didactic session will be augmented with a panel discussion and ample time for audience questions and participation. This year the annual Robert R. Linton Lecture will be presented by Dr. Anton Sidawy, Immediate Past President of the Society for Vascular Surgery.

03/25/2011: Pediatric Psychopharmacology Conferences

Conferences presented by the Pediatric Psychopharmacology Clinical & Research Program

06/25/2010: Stoeckle Center Seminar

NOTE earlier start time: 7:30am

03/14/2010: Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology

This outstanding course faculty is drawn from our Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and leading clinical researchers well recognized for expertise as teachers in their fields. Up-to-date research findings relevant to clinical practice will also be presented. This course intends to educate physicians, pediatricians, general and family practioners, psychologists, nurses, social workers, and interested school-based clinicians in the presentation, diagnosis, and current treatment options available in pediatric psychopharmacology. This program is produced by the Massachusetts General Hospital Academy.

03/13/2010: Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology

This outstanding course faculty is drawn from our Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and leading clinical researchers well recognized for expertise as teachers in their fields. Up-to-date research findings relevant to clinical practice will also be presented. This course intends to educate physicians, pediatricians, general and family practioners, psychologists, nurses, social workers, and interested school-based clinicians in the presentation, diagnosis, and current treatment options available in pediatric psychopharmacology. This program is produced by the Massachusetts General Hospital Academy.

03/12/2010: Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology

This outstanding course faculty is drawn from our Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and leading clinical researchers well recognized for expertise as teachers in their fields. Up-to-date research findings relevant to clinical practice will also be presented. This course intends to educate physicians, pediatricians, general and family practioners, psychologists, nurses, social workers, and interested school-based clinicians in the presentation, diagnosis, and current treatment options available in pediatric psychopharmacology. This program is produced by the Massachusetts General Hospital Academy.

01/09/2010: Difficult Conversations in Healthcare: Pedagogy and Practice

The course is also offered as a pre-course for two Harvard Macy Institute Programs: the Program for Educators in Health Professions and the Program for Leading Innovations in Healthcare & Education. For more information: http://cme.hms.harvard.edu/cmeups/pdf/03024265.pdf

11/20/2009: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Speakers: Monera B. Wong, MB BS, MPH; MGH Senior Health Primary Care and Laura Carr, PharmD, RPh; MGH Senior Health Clinical Pharmacist

10/28/2009: Schwartz Center Rounds

Speakers: Sheila Arvikar, MD and Natalia Berry, MD. Preceptor: Sherry Haydock, MD. Chair: Katharine K. Treadway, MD, Internal Medicine Associates. Facilitated by: Barbara Moscowitz, MSW, LICSW, Senior Health.

10/22/2009: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

Speaker: David Stevens, MD; Director, The Quality Center at the National Association of Jefferson Community Health Centers; Research Professor, Department of Health Policy, George Washington University School of Public Health. Introduction by: William Kormos, MD; Director of Education for the Stoeckle Center

10/21/2009: First Episode and Early Schizophrenia: Detection and Management

For most patients, schizophrenia is a life long disorder that requires maintenance treatment with antipsychotics and psychosocial support to avoid inpatient hospitalizations. However, the administration of antipsychotics comes at a cost with respect to medical comorbidity for most patients. In addition, recent large controlled trials that compare second generation antipsychotics with first generation antipsychotics have called into question the superiority of second generation antipsychotics (other than clozapine) over first generation antipsychotics with regards to efficacy. In reality, many patients remain symptomatic and may be at risk for hospitalization, chronic disability and suicide. A systematic approach to the selection and dosing of antipsychotic agents must take place after patients fail to respond to initial treatment interventions. For most patients, consenting to the use of an antipsychotic medication is an individualized choice that balances sufficient efficacy with acceptable side effects, a process that must be negotiated with patients. Clozapine remains an underused option for patients who have only had a partial response to first line antipsychotics, despite good evidence for its superior efficacy. This program is produced by the Massachusetts General Hospital Academy.

10/21/2009: Transplant Center Grand Rounds

Listen to Rutger J. Ploeg, MD, PhD, Professor and Head, Abdominal & Transplant Surgery, University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands, Secretary of the European Society of Transplantation, present "Successful Transplantation Begins in the Donor."

10/21/2009: Approaches to the Treatment Resistant Patient & Managing Medical Comorbidity

For most patients, schizophrenia is a life long disorder that requires maintenance treatment with antipsychotics and psychosocial support to avoid inpatient hospitalizations. However, the administration of antipsychotics comes at a cost with respect to medical comorbidity for most patients. In addition, recent large controlled trials that compare second generation antipsychotics with first generation antipsychotics have called into question the superiority of second generation antipsychotics (other than clozapine) over first generation antipsychotics with regards to efficacy. In reality, many patients remain symptomatic and may be at risk for hospitalization, chronic disability and suicide. A systematic approach to the selection and dosing of antipsychotic agents must take place after patients fail to respond to initial treatment interventions. For most patients, consenting to the use of an antipsychotic medication is an individualized choice that balances sufficient efficacy with acceptable side effects, a process that must be negotiated with patients. Clozapine remains an underused option for patients who have only had a partial response to first line antipsychotics, despite good evidence for its superior efficacy. This program is produced by the Massachusetts General Hospital Academy.

10/15/2009: On-Demand CME Program

Earn CME credit and learn from Mass General's digestive health experts about the latest advances in screening for and treating Barrett's Esophagus, GERD and other precursors to esophageal cancer.

09/25/2009: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Margaret Bauman, MD; Associate Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School; Associate Pediatrician; and Assistant Neurologist, Massachusetts General Hospital; Director of LADDERS

09/24/2009: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

Don Berwick, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, Boston, MA // Helen Burstin, MD, MPH; Senior Vice President for Performance Measures, National Quality Forum, Washington, DC // Tom Lee, MD, Network President and CEO, Partners Community HealthCare, Inc. (PCHI), Partners HealthCare Introduction by: William Kormos, MD, Director of Education, Stoeckle Center

05/27/2009: Schwartz Center Rounds

Speaker: Diane Fingold, MD, Internal Medicine Associates; Chair: Katharine K. Treadway, MD, Internal Medicine Associates; Facilitated by: Barbara Moscowitz, MSW, LICSW

04/22/2009: Schwartz Center Rounds

Speakers: Michael Bierer, MD, Internal Medicine Associates, Elizabeth McDonald, RN, Internal Medicine Associates, Diane Ford, Internal Medicine Associates Chair: Katharine K. Treadway, MD, Internal Medicine Associates Facilitated by: Barbara Moscowitz, MSW, LICSW, Senior Health

04/16/2009: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

Suzanne Koven, MD

03/27/2009: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Speaker: John Abramson, MD

03/26/2009: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

John Abramson, MD; speaker

02/27/2009: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Richard G. Roberts, MD, JD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

02/12/2009: Medical Grand Rounds | The Diagnosis of Early Pancreatic Cancer

Medical Grand Rounds emphasize clinical medicine, the scientific basis of medical practice and the social and economic aspects of providing medical care.

01/30/2009: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Susan Dentzer. Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs; Former Health Care Correspondent, The News Hour with Jim Lehrer

01/29/2009: The Cabot Primary Care Lecture Series

Susan Dentzer, Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs; former Health Correspondent for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS

01/21/2009: Schwartz Center Rounds

Speakers: Katharine K. Treadway, MD; Blair W. Fosburgh, MD; Yi-Bin Chen, MD. Facilitated by: Barbara Moscowitz, MSW, LICSW

09/26/2008: Stoeckle Center Seminar

Shannon Brownlee, author

Administrative Internships

The Massachusetts General Hospital provides an excellent learning environment for healthcare management students interested in careers in hospital leadership. Each summer, the MGH accepts a limited number of master’s degree students for administrative internship opportunities.

Biomedical Research Career Award Program (BMRCA)

Appropriate for college students, recent graduates, or medical students interested in biomedical research careers, the Biomedical Research Career Award Program (BMRCA) offers students a combined mentored research experience and educational program in clinical investigation within a group of world-class clinical researchers in human reproduction.

Clerkship Program

Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology supports these core and elective clerkship programs offered through Harvard Medical School.

Clinical Clerkships in Dermatology for Medical Students.

All Dematology Clinical Clerkships are coordinated through the Exchange Clerk Program at Harvard Medical School for qualified medical students.

Clinical Rotations in Dermatology by Visiting U.S. Medical Residents and Nurse Practitioners

Clinical Rotations in Dermatology for visiting U.S. Medical Residents or Nurse Practitioners requires a minimum of four months advance notice.

Department of Radiation Oncology Observership Program

In support of its education mission, the Department of Radiation Oncology at MGH offers visitors the opportunity to gain exposure to the wide variety of topics in radiation oncology and to observe our professional staff in practice through its Observership Program.

Dermatology Research Electives

Research Electives include basic science and clinical research in dermatology.

Division of Thoracic Surgery Summer Scholars Program

Learn more about the General Thoracic Surgery Service Summer Scholars Program.

Full-Time Faculty Position: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

The Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard School of Dental Medicine is seeking a board-certified or eligible oral and maxillofacial surgeon to augment the department’s clinical, educational, and research programs.

Harvard Orthopedic Trauma Undergraduate Summer Research Internship Program

Our Program is intended for undergraduates interested in healthcare careers. Our interns are introduced to the hospital experience through orthopedic research and observation.

Internship in Clinical Psychology

A predoctoral internship in Clinical Psychology to matriculated doctoral students enrolled in clinical or counseling psychology programs.

Medical Student Poster Awards: For medical students presenting posters in conjunction with Mass General Dermatology faculty.

Information and applications for awards for medical students who present in conjunction with Mass General Dermatology faculty.

Observerships in Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital

Observerships for up to 3 months can be arranged through the Massachusetts General Hospital Visitor Education Program

Palliative Care Nurse Practicum/Observership

The Palliative Care Nurse Practitioners serve as preceptors in collaboration with the Knight Center for Clinical and Professional Development.

Pathology - Advanced Study in Neuropathology

A Pathology clerkship introducing students to diagnostic surgical and autopsy neuropathology. Neurologic diseases include tumors, inflammatory/infectious processes, neurodegenerative diseases, vascular disease and neuromuscular diseases.

Pathology - Clinical Clerkship in Anatomic Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

This course is designed for the student who is seeking an introduction to both the practice and the academic aspects of pathology and laboratory medicine, and is directed toward understanding pathophysiology and molecular pathology.

Pathology - Clinical Clerkship in Pathology Informatics

This course will introduce students to the challenges and accomplishments in Pathology Informatics, while simultaneously providing integrated exposure to several subspecialty areas within the pathology department.

Pathology Clerkships Overview

The Clerkships in Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital include the Advanced Study in Neuropathology, Anatomical Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, and Pathology Informatics.

Pediatric Medical Student Education

MassGeneral Hospital for Children provides an important resource for the education of medical students. Students come for their core clerkship in pediatrics, sub-internship in pediatrics and electives in pediatric subspecialties. All education experiences are coordinated under the guidance of Harvard Medical School.

Radiation Therapy Technology

The Radiation Oncology Department at Massachusetts General Hospital offers an extensive Radiation Therapy training program. At Mass General students interact directly with pioneers in the field of cancer research and care.

Radiologic Technology Education

The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology hosts students from several diagnostic imaging training programs for their clinical rotations.

Radiology Simulation & Training Platform

Developed by the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital, RadIQ is an online education and training tool that simulates a clinical environment for residents by providing access to multimodality complete data sets (MR, CT) with PACS-like functionality.

Resident and Non-HPM Fellow Education

An inpatient-focused, month-long palliative care rotation in which residents care for patients with serious and life-threatening illnesses.

Suffolk University Certificate in Medical Dosimetry Program

This post baccalaureate program in Medical Dosimetry is designed for candidates who hold a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. It is collaborative effort between Suffolk University & Partners Healthcare Hospital’s Radiation Oncology departments.

SUMMER RESEARCH TRAINEE PROGRAM (SRTP)

This program's goal is to build a pipeline of URM college and medical school students interested in academic biomedical research careers.

URM Harvard Medical School Students Mentorship Program

The purpose of the URM Harvard Medical School Students Mentorship Program is to provide structured professional and social support, as well as guidance, during the early stages of our URM student careers from Harvard Medical School.

Visiting Clerkship Program

"The Visiting Clerkship Program played a very important role in my decision to train at MGH. The VCP exposed me to residents, attendings and medical students of various ethnic backgrounds from all over the Partners' system." Nicole Christian, MD, Class of 2011

Award-winning medical care

Massachusetts General Hospital is recognized as a leader in patient care, education and research, ranking among the most prestigious medical institutions.