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Digital Access Coordinator Program Pilot Site Launches at Mass General. Digital Access Coordinator Program Pilot Site Launches at Mass General. Mass General Brigham has launched a Digital Access Coordinator (DAC) Program pilot site at Mass General
Mass General Neurology is pleased to announce that Grace Croty, MD has received a 2022 Clinical Research Training Scholarship in Parkinson's Disease, funded by the Parkinson's Foundation and American Brain Foundation, in collaboration with the American Academy of Neurology.
For all newborns born and cared for at Mass General for Children (MGfC), Leela Sarathy, MD, brings clinical expertise and compassion to give little ones and their families the best possible start, no matter how complex their needs may be. As medical director of Newborn Services at MGfC, Sarathy hopes to continue to grow the newborn hospitalist service and integrate clinical care for babies and their families across Labor and Delivery, the Newborn Nursery, the Special Care Nursery and the NICU.
New clues about brain activity during sleep could aid development of tools for people with neurologic disease or injury
New study offers the first evidence of replay during sleep in the human motor cortex, which governs voluntary movement.
Mass General Center for the Environment and Health Hosts Workshops to Keep Communities Safe in the Summer Heat
This summer, Haines is partnering with Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) of Cambridge to host three free workshops to address these disparities and provide attendees with the tools and knowledge they need to stay safe during extreme heat events.
Ever wonder when or how to start talking with your kids about a hereditary cancer in the family? Carly Grant, MS, CGC, covers the latest research on discussing hereditary cancer with children of all ages.
Elizabeth Robinson Scovil (1849 -1934) was among the first to graduate from the Massachusetts General Hospital Training School for Nurses and is considered a pioneer for work as a writer and advocate for nurses, mothers and children.
A new team research effort seeks to shed light on how mothers pass immunity to their babies during pregnancy and lactation.
When it comes to healthcare, there is a growing scientific recognition that emojis can be used to reduce language barriers – given their universal usage and understanding.