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Bench to Bedside Discovery Cycle: Fundamental Research
Research scientists working in the lab make new discoveries that increase our base knowledge of life processes and disease.
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These scientists team up with clinicians to find ways to apply their discoveries to patient care.
Bench to Bedside Discovery Cycle: Clinical Research
Clinical researchers test promising candidate treatments, diagnostics and devices, and enroll subjects in clinical trials
Bench to Bedside Discovery Cycle: Outcomes
These collaborations result in new medical treatments, diagnostics and devices that are become the new standard of care.
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By consenting to have their lab samples used in research and participating in clinical trials, patients actively contribute to the advancement of medicine.
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New Software Promotes Inclusivity in Genetic Research and Strengthens Study Results
Dr. Atkinson and her team are working to make genetic research more inclusive with a new statistical framework and software package designed to include individuals of mixed ancestry.
Data Reveal Risks of COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Allergic Reactions
A team of researchers at Mass General Brigham reports that the risk of life-threatening allergic reaction to the vaccines is low and comparable to the same risks associated with common antibiotics
COVID-19 Safety Measures are Still Crucial as Vaccination Rates Rise
With vaccine distribution steadily increasing across the U.S. many people are hopeful about regaining a sense of normalcy. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains that COVID safety precautions are still recommended, even after vaccination. Daniel Horn, MD comments.
Mass General-MIT Team Create an Online COVID-19 Testing Calculator for Schools and Businesses
A team from Massachusetts General Hospital and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created an online tool to help organizations calculate the costs and benefits of different COVID-19 testing and mitigation strategies.
Harry Orf, PhD
Research has been part of the hospital’s mission since its founding more than 200 years ago and has led to innovations such as the use of general anesthesia in surgery, a vaccine for tuberculosis and the modern PET scan.
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Every day, our clinicians and scientists chart new terrain in biomedical research to treat and prevent human disease and advance patient care.
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Mass General is recognized as a leader in patient care, education and research, and ranks among the most prestigious medical institutions.
44 Mass General Investigators Named Highly Cited Researchers of 2022
According to Clarivate Analytics’ Highly Cited Researchers Report
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For more than 200 years, Massachusetts General Hospital’s accomplishments in lifesaving patient care, cutting-edge medical research and superb caregiver education have been nurtured by the legacy of its committed donors. Your tax-deductible gift to the Mass General Research Institute will provide crucial support to our scientists as they continue to work on ways to diagnose, treat and prevent disease.