About Our Work

Mass General conducts emergency medicine research through all of its divisions, centers and programs. Two divisions are dedicated to research: the Division of Clinical Research and the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet). Department faculty participate in several federally-funded research networks, including SIREN and other research programs.

Division of Clinical Research

The Division of Clinical Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital pursues a highly active research agenda.

Research Programs

We conduct interdisciplinary research in collaboration with numerous departments and research centers at Mass General and throughout the country.


The Emergency Medicine Network's (EMNet) mission is to advance public health objectives through diverse projects in emergency care, particularly through multicenter clinical research.

New England SIREN Group

A nation-wide, collaborative effort that conducts high-quality, multi-site clinical trials in emergency medicine.

Our Research Inventory

The Department of Emergency Medicine is home to many ongoing research projects sponsored by federal, foundation and industry grants and contracts.

Recent Publications

Discover recently published articles from the Emergency Medicine research centers.

Research at Mass General

Every day, our clinicians and scientists chart new terrain in biomedical research to treat and prevent human disease and advance patient care.