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The Department of Radiology pursues wide-ranging research objectives through a collection of research labs. We also provide services to support imaging-related research.
The 3D Imaging Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital produces 3D images that provide precise, anatomical visualizations to enhance patient care.
The Martinos Center is committed to developing novel techniques for imaging biological systems and biologically relevant materials, toward a more comprehensive understanding and better care of the human mind and body.
The Hooker Research Group, part of the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, focuses on the development and application of in vivo molecular imaging tools.
The Breast Imaging Research program is dedicated to improving breast cancer detection and diagnosis in order to reduce the death rate of breast cancer.
The Cardiac MR PET CT Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School is dedicated to developing and leveraging novel imaging techniques to address important cardiovascular issues.
The Center for Molecular Imaging Research (CMIR) at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School researches molecular phenomena to develop novel sensing technologies and, ultimately, clinical applications that can save lives.
The Mass General Global Outreach for Radiation Protection Program promotes the safer use of ionizing radiation around the world within the broader context of medical applications.
The mission of the Institute is to accelerate the clinical translation of novel diagnostic tools for early disease detection and monitoring of emergent treatments.
The Institute conducts health outcomes research to guide the development, evaluation and utilization of medical technologies that improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of medical care.
A collaboration by Mass General and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, the CCDS aims to transform healthcare by applying the latest advances in artificial intelligence.
Research areas are organized into three Centers of excellence: PET Radiochemistry Discovery (CPRD); Advanced Radiological Sciences (CARS); and Translational Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (CTNMI).
The Center for Ultrasound Research & Translation (CURT) is a joint MGH-MIT Center dedicated to clinical translational research and engineering innovation in the field of medical ultrasound.
Drs. Vaina and Buonanno's Neurology of Vision Lab links stroke neurology to neuroscience and multimodal brain imaging, to offer diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the brain affecting visual perception and cognition.
With faculty members from the departments of Neurology, Radiology, Pediatrics, and Anesthesia and Critical Care, the Neuroscience Center works to understand the biology of neurological disorders and develop novel methods of diagnosis and treatment.
The Stem Cell Therapeutics and Imaging Program focuses on engineering therapeutic and diagnostic stem cells for different pathologies in pre-clinical settings and translating them into clinics.
The Webster Center is dedicated to improving patient safety and maintaining high quality of care in radiology.
The Cardiovascular Imaging Core Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital is an independent facility dedicated to providing the highest quality services to the cardiovascular imaging community.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging Trials Center is an Academic Research Organization (ARO) that enhances clinical imaging research by providing scientific and informatics expertise to foster, design, conduct, and support clinical trials.
The PET (positron emission tomography) Core Laboratory provides a full range of technical and professional services for the design and execution of programs using PET.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology's Clinical Trials Program offers contract research organizations, core-imaging labs, biopharmaceutical companies and biotechnology corporations the full spectrum of imaging-related services in support of clinical trials.
Radiology Research Administration supports basic and clinical research in the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology by fostering communication and providing guidance regarding funding, regulatory issues, and study management.
The Tumor Imaging Metrics Core (TIMC) provides standardized, consistent, and efficient radiological measurements to evaluate tumor response for DF/HCC (Dana-Farber /Harvard Cancer Center) clinical trials.
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