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Research at Mass General
The 2012 class of MGH Research Scholars at Massachusetts General Hospital includes experts in infectious disease, neurology, cancer research and imaging technology.
Kristine and Bob Higgins MGH Research ScholarRagon Institute"Manipulating sugars to fight infections in order to design vaccines against HIV and other pathogens that cause epidemics."Alter Lab
Phyllis and Jim Rappaport MGH Research ScholarNeurology"A common neuroprotective strategy to prevent or treat central nervous system diseases, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and strokes."Bacskai Lab
James and Shirley Curvey MGH Research ScholarCancer Center"Understanding the function of the retinoblastoma protein, a key tumor suppressor."Dyson Lab
Center for Immunology and Inflammatory Diseases (CIID)"A systematic approach to dissecting immune circuits."Hacohen Lab
Phyllis and Jerome Lyle Rappaport MGH Research ScholarRadiology/Neuroradiology"Seeking a new network approach for neuroprotection."
Kristine and Bob Higgins MGH Research ScholarCancer Center"Defining SIRT6 as a critical modulator of glucose homeostasis."Mostoslavsky Lab
Cancer Center/Molecular Oncology"Elucidating conserved gene regulatory mechanisms governing cholesterol and lipid homeostasis in metabolism and cardiometabolic disease."Näär Lab
Mike and Sue Hazard Family MGH Research ScholarPathology/Wellman Center for Photomedicine"Improving the understanding and diagnosis of disease by imaging the human body at the highest possible level of detail in vivo."Tearney Lab