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Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Minnesota to Co-lead Collaboration Focused on Preserving Cells, Tissue, Organs, Organisms

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $26 million grant to an ambitious collaboration involving the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Center for Engineering in Medicine and Surgery (CEMS) to establish an engineering research center (ERC) that will develop, refine and expand technologies to “stop biologic time” by preserving, stabilizing and suspending living material. Co-led by the MGH and the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Engineering in Medicine, which will serve as the center’s administrative home, the ERC also includes the University of California, Riverside and the University of California, Berkeley as core collaborators.

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Mass General launches 2020 summer jobs program

Mass General launches 2020 summer jobs program. Mass General launches 2020 summer jobs program. Key Takeaways • Mass General Hospital participating in Mayor’s 2020 Youth Summer Jobs Program in Boston • The hospital will also provide grant

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Fighting an Epidemic Within a Pandemic: An Interview with Shannon Lundin

Shannon Lundin is the Program Manager of Addiction and Recovery Services for the Charlestown Coalition, one of the four community coalitions supported by the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Community Health Improvement. We talked with Shannon about her work with the recovery community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Supporting Underserved Communities

One issue for which many bilingual physicians volunteered their time was to support those COVID-19 patients who were immigrants and/or did not speak fluent English, including Carlos Torres, MD, who serves an administrative role in diversity and inclusion.

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Youth in Underserved Communities During COVID-19

COVID-19 has had a profound impact on youths in underserved communities. While the disease is physically mild for most young people, it intensifies existing socio-economic challenges and creates new obstacles.

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MGH Youth Scholars Class of 2020: A Lesson in Resiliency

For the MGH Youth Scholars 12th grade program, the end of the school year is ordinarily a time filled with joy, excitement and celebration. But this year is different. For the Class of 2020, fun end-of-year events like senior sweater day are no more. In-person graduations, class days and proms have been cancelled or postponed. Even plans for the fall semester of college are mired in uncertainty.

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