Craig Blackstone, MD, PhD, chief of the Movement Disorders Division at Mass General Hospital, was elected recently to the Association of American Physicians (AAP), a medical honor society of physicians who have outstanding credentials in basic or translational biomedical research.
Brain connectivity changes revealed in individuals with pre-clinical Alzheimer’s Disease. Brain connectivity changes revealed in individuals with pre-clinical Alzheimer’s Disease. This discovery improves our understanding of how AD-related
MGH Researchers Partner with United States Special Operations Command to Study Blast-Related Brain Injury
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers were featured in a podcast about brain health in United States Special Operations Forces (SOF), hosted by United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Senior Enlisted Leader Chief Master Sergeant Greg Smith.
The Gupta Family Endowed Prize for Innovation in ALS Care is an annual global prize to honor ground-breaking new approaches that lead to exceptional care for individuals living with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The McCance Center is very pleased to welcome Dr. Yechoor to her new role as part of the McCance Center clinical-research platform.
Before COVID-19 was even identified, Ethan Lester, PhD, assistant director (clinical) of the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Psychiatry’s Center for Health Outcomes and Interdisciplinary Research (CHOIR) and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, was already concerned with the emotional well-being of healthcare workers who often experience high levels of job-related stress, occupational burnout and secondary/vicarious trauma.
McCance Center faculty member and Harvard Medical School Assistant Professor of Neurology Dr. Se Hoon Choi has been awarded a $500k grant as a 2022 recipient for The Edward N. & Della L. Thome Memorial Foundation Awards Program in Alzheimer's Disease Drug Discovery Research.
The McCance Center is pleased to congratulate Dr. Duskin on being elected Chief Resident, and to welcome him to the McCance Center clinical-research platform to work under the mentorship of Alessandro Biffi, MD.
Currently, 3 out of 5 people in the United States will develop brain disease in their lifetime and in many cases, this is preventable. Dr. Amy Newhouse discusses ways to promote brain health and why it is important to do so.
In celebration of Women’s History Month this year, the McCance Center spotlights some of the many women who have made history in neuroscience, and some of the women making history in the field today.
The Patient Gateway provides secure online access to your health information whenever you need it. Check upcoming appointments, communicate with your doctor’s office, review medications and pay medical bills—all seamlessly online 24/7.