Clinicians at the MGH have been closely monitoring the spread of a new coronavirus – first detected in China last month. Erica Shenoy, MD, PhD, associate chief of the MGH Infection Control Unit, offers insight into what everyone should know about this virus.
Explore infertility research at the Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center and search open clinical trials and medical studies.
The Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology consists of basic and clinical scientists whose primary research emphasis includes infertility, aging and cancer as they pertain to the ovary and uterus. The center provides an optimal environment for individuals who are interested in integrating clinical and basic sciences and have a strong desire to pursue a career in academic research.
Search for clinical trials and research studies currently seeking participants.
The EARtH study, which is recruited through the Harvard School of Public Health, explores how exposure to chemicals found in the environment and lifestyle choices (such as smoking) may affect reproductive health.
START (Symptom Tracking in Assisted Reproductive Technologies) Study
The START Study tracks women’s mood symptoms throughout infertility treatment cycles. Study participants include women with a history of major depression or bipolar depression currently in remission who are planning or are under going infertility treatment. (Ongoing but not enrolling)
- Jan | 17 | 2020
Mass General and the Phil Smith Neuroscience Institute at Holy Cross Hospital will host the South Florida Neuroscience Symposium on February 7 - 8, 2020.
- Jan | 16 | 2020
The Awards and Honors newsletter features recent awards and honors recognizing our talented and dedicated MGH staff and employees.
- Jan | 10 | 2020
It is estimated that more than 50 million eligible people in the United States are not registered to vote. One emergency medicine physician at the MGH has made it his mission to decrease that statistic – one person at a time.
- Jan | 10 | 2020
After more than 350 submissions and nearly 600 votes cast, winners have been honored for their poetic prowess in Apollo’s Flu Haiku Contest.