MGH Hotline for Friday, September 3, 2010

  • CPE summer 2010 graduates reflect on their experience

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 So a priest, a rabbi, a Methodist, a Presbyterian and a Unitarian Universalist walk into a hospital ... While this may sound like the beginning of a joke, it's really how five individuals -- Lev Nelson, Ross Ponder, Elizabeth Nguyen, Rebecca Gettel and Jeffrey Johnson, SJ -- began the Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) fellowship program June 1 at the MGH.
  • Joung receives prestigious NIH Pioneer Award

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 J. Keith Joung, MD, PhD, of MGH Pathology, the MGH Center for Cancer Research and the Center for Computational and Integrative Biology, is one of 17 investigators nationwide to receive a 2010 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director's Pioneer Award.
  • In General: Michael S. Gee, MD, PhD

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 In General awards and honors
  • Royal Treatment

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 The red carpets rolled out at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) Cancer Center Aug. 20 during "The Royal Celebration," an afternoon of fun, royalty-themed activities for pediatric cancer patients
  • A "Revolution" at Foxborough

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 Pouring rain couldn't dampen the smiles of more than 20 children who participated in a soccer clinic with members of the New England Revolution at the Dana-Farber Field House in Foxborough on Aug. 24.
  • Honoring graduates of MGH Youth Programs

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 From the time that it was founded nearly 200 years ago, the MGH has been committed to serving its community
  • Bicentennial Corner

    MGH Hotline 09.03.10 The first MGH patient, a 30-year-old male saddler suffering from the effects of tertiary syphilis, was admitted 189 years ago on Sept. 3, 1821.

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