Mass General has been at the forefront of medical and scientific innovation. The research budget at Mass General exceeded $1B in 2019, making Mass General home to the largest hospital-based research program in the United States. While this alone affords one a wide array of options, a key feature of the Mass General Next-Gen Physician Scientist programs enables those who have not previously had expansive research opportunities previously or would like to learn new techniques/enter a different field to have protected research time.
- The Mass General Next-Gen StARR’s mission is to train residents to be productive, independent physician-scientist who can advance medical science in regenerative medicine, cardiac and pulmonary biology from basic science to clinical investigation.
- The Mass General Next-Gen PSTP’s mission is to train residents to be physician-scientist who can advance medical science in infectious diseases and immunology from basic science to clinical investigation.
- The Mass General DAP StARR’s mission is to raise interest and preparedness of future physician-scientists to tackle the problems facing the aging population by providing a solid foundation to train residents to be productive, independent scientists who can advance studies in a broad range of areas from basic science to clinical investigation.
- The Fostering Diversity in HIV Research Program’s mission is to increase racial and ethnic diversity among HIV researchers by overcoming some of the barriers underrepresented in medicine/public health (URM) trainees face, thus advancing their careers, and enriching scientific discovery.