Herscot Center for Tuberous Sclerosis
Care During COVID-19
Learn about TSC, its effects, and how we support patients and their families together.
Read about how Massachusetts General Hospital neurologists are working to reduce and eliminate the devastating effects of Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC).
The Herscot Center supports collaborative research and educational programs for medical students, advanced trainees, and practicing physicians.
Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Glossary
Explanations of common terms you'll encounter when learning about TSC.
Doctors across the hospital work together to provide comprehensive care.
TSC can affect every organ system, so we have experts in every field.
Herscot Center Welcomes Chris McGraw, MD, PhD
Dr. McGraw, our newest physician, is a Neurologist who specializes in epilepsy and neurodevelopmental disorders.
The diagnosis was life-changing, to say the least, but it is so comforting to know we have an entire team of the best TSC specialists and receive such compassionate and knowledgeable treatment and care for TSC all in one place.
Parent of a TSC Patient
Herscot Center Renovations
We can’t wait for you to see the new Herscot Center, which will be coming to you in early 2022! This lovely new space will bring all aspects of our clinical and research work, including social workers, dietitians, nursing, physicians and support staff, into one place. Special thanks to Carol and James Herscot for making all of this possible!
Entrance to the Suite
The entryway includes birch trees and plenty of light to create an open, nature-inspired space.
Adult Waiting Area
The adult space has calming natural details, large windows for natural light and space to read and relax.
Pediatric Waiting Area
The children's waiting space has a writeable wall and highlights artwork created by our patients.
Our patient care rooms have been designed especially for optimal comfort and care, and will include monitors to make it possible for family members and other specialists to join via Zoom.