Congratulations to Joanna Tavella, administrative coordinator for radiation oncology at Mass General Cancer Center, for being named the Everyday Amazing Healthcare Professional of this week's Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots games.
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In this presentation by the Mass General Blum Center, recovery coaches present on intentional and unintentional stigma, knowing and recognizing personal biases, and learning how to use these truths to make the patient care experience more beneficial for all.
Development of an imaging probe to visualize Alzheimer's disease-related gamma-secretase in the brain
Development of an imaging probe to visualize Alzheimer's disease-related gamma-secretase in the brain. Development of an imaging probe to visualize Alzheimer's disease-related gamma-secretase in the brain. Key Takeaways • Researchers have developed
Dr. Harris was award the A. Clifford Barger Excellence in Mentoring Award.
The term “spina bifida” can create a lot of confusion among parents. It is often used as a catch-all word for many different types of congenital birth defects involving the spine. For example, spina bifida is commonly used as a synonym for a specific, more involved condition called myelomeningocele.
Myelomeningocele is a congenital birth defect (a condition that is present at birth) where the spinal cord and other deeper layers of the spine do not develop properly because of a gap in the baby’s backbone.
To ensure nondiscrimination on the basis of disability in the evaluation of candidates with Substance Use Disorders.
New tool can detect COVID-19 outbreaks in U.S. counties. New tool can detect COVID-19 outbreaks in U.S. counties. Key Takeaways • A new machine learning–based online tool allows for early detection of COVID-19 outbreaks in different U.S. counties
The first Harvard Medical Grand Rounds of the fall 2020 featured a guest who has become a household name since the COVID-19 pandemic began: Anthony Fauci, MD, the director of the National Institutes of Infectious and Immune Diseases (NIAID).
Mongan Institute Receives $4.9 Million to Study Best Practices to Prevent COVID-19 in Staff and Residents with Serious Mental Illness and Developmental Disabilities in Congregate Living Settings
People with serious mental illness and intellectual and developmental disabilities in group homes are among the highest risk groups in the nation with conditions vulnerable to COVID-19 and poor health outcomes.