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Research at Mass General
Our researchers and clinicians work side-by-side to further our understanding of disease and develop revolutionary new strategies for diagnosis, prevention and treatment.
Massachusetts General Hospital is committed to delivering the most advanced and compassionate care, pushing the boundaries of medicine, training the next generation of scientists and healthcare providers, and making a difference in the communities we serve—locally and around the world.
Here are a few ways in which we're working to revolutionizing patient care through research:
A recent study by investigators from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University has identified a new factor that may impact which students are diagnosed with ADHD in the classroom setting.
A unique research group at Massachusetts General Hospital is working to learn more about the relationship between heart disease and mental health.
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and colleagues from Switzerland recently identified a distinct pattern of brain inflammation in fibromyalgia patients that could be the key to diagnosing the elusive disorder.
Research and treatment efforts for Alzheimer’s disease have traditionally focused on what happens in the brain. But there has recently been a growing body of evidence that what happens elsewhere in the body—such as the microbial population of the gut—could play a key role in the disease as well.
A Mass General researcher is working to learn more about the extent of childbirth-related post-traumatic stress disorder and devise new strategies to help mothers cope.
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