The Ai lab’s goal is to better understand how damaging exposure in infancy and early childhood negatively impacts long-term airway function.
The Pediatric Airway, Voice and Swallowing Center is currently involved in a number of ongoing studies. Learn more about our research.
We are a collaborative, multidisciplinary team, serving people with Down syndrome of all ages and their families. We provide innovative opportunities for people with Down syndrome to participate in research.
The Pediatric Epilepsy Research Lab studies how neuronal ion transport and synaptic plasticity alter the spread of epileptic activity in neural networks.
The Fasano Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital investigates changes in gastrointestinal microbiota to determine why some people with an inherited predisposition to celiac disease develop clinical disease, while others do not.
The Fiorentino Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital studies the molecular mechanisms of host-microbial interaction to understand the impact of changes in the gut environment on brain function and behavior.
The First 1,000 Days Program aims to improve the health of families from pregnancy through age 2 by engaging providers from clinical and community health services at the MGH Chelsea and Revere HealthCare Centers and DotHouse Health.
GEMMA stands for Genome, Environment, Microbiome and Metabolome in Autism and enrolls infants who have a first-degree relative with autism spectrum disorder.
The Division of General Academic Pediatrics is an internationally known academic research division dedicated to improving the health of children and adolescents.
The Division of Global Health (DGH) at MassGeneral Hospital for Children builds and fosters international partnerships for interdisciplinary research, education and service in the developing world.
Transforming Medicine Through Innovation
Research at Massachusetts General Hospital integrates the full spectrum of "bench to bedside" discovery. Laboratory scientists work collaboratively with clinicians to make discoveries and turn them into treatments, diagnostics and devices that improve our quality of life.