Some recent podcasts featuring researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital, home to the largest hospital-based research program in the United States.

Mark Michalski, MD

Radiology Leadership Institute Episode 108: Artificial Intelligence Part 1
Radiology Leadership Institute

Mark Michalski, MD, executive director of the Center for Clinical Data Science at Massachusetts General and Brigham Hospital, joins us as we discuss the history of AI, how it's being used today, how it might change radiology, and how radiologists can leverage this new technology to provide even more value and better patient care.

David Louis, MD

Radiology Leadership Institute Episode 109: Artificial Intelligence Part 2
Radiology Leadership Institute

In the second part of our conversation on AI, machine learning, and computer-aided diagnosis, we are joined by David Louis, MD, pathologist-in-chief at Massachusetts General Hospital. In this episode, Louis discusses how pathology has approached computer-aided diagnosis, how pathologists are confronting the fears and challenges of potential AI implementations, and his outlook for an exciting future in diagnostic medicine.

David Nathan, MD

Choice of basal insulin for management of diabetes; Evaluation of children with febrile seizures

In this episode, Dr. David Nathan of Massachusetts General Hospital discusses choice of basal insulin for management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and Dr. Douglas Nordli, Jr., discusses evaluation of children with febrile seizures. Dr. Nancy Sokol hosts.

Vicki Jackson, MD

Vicki Jackson on Building the Evidence Base for Palliative Care
Geripal | A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Blog

In this podcast we interview Vicki Jackson, chief of the palliative care service at Massachusetts General Hospital, the service that provided the palliative care intervention in these trials. Vicki is known as one of the best palliative care providers in the world.  She also happens to be refreshingly plain spoken.

We talk about many topics, including: how palliative care in bone marrow transplant and GI malignancies is unique, palliative care "pearls" in these populations, what it's like going into a "new" territory for palliative care, and what's next at Mass General.

Richard N. Channick, MD

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: Richard N. Channick, MD
The Mighty

Dr. Richard N. Channick discusses clinical trials and the process of how new therapies are developed for patients. He is the director of the Pulmonary Hypertension and Thromboendarterectomy Program at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Channick diagnoses and treats patients who suffer from a variety of diseases of the pulmonary blood vessels, including PH and pulmonary embolism.

Seth Berkowitz, MD, MPH

Seth Berkowtiz — Food Insecurity and Chronic Disease
Review of Systems

This week we are joined by Seth Berkowitz, MD, to talk about his research examining the associations between food insecurity and health outcomes. Seth is a primary care physician, Instructor of Medicine, and is on faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine and the Diabetes Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Lisa Feldman Barrett

DB064: Neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett on How Emotions are Made
Dream Big Podcast

This week, Eva and Olga welcome Lisa Feldman Barrett. Dr. Barrett is a neuroscientist, psychologist, and author of “How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain.” She is also a University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, with appointments at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital

In this episode, Dr. Barrett talks about how you have more control over your emotions than you think, and how improving your ability to train your emotions can have a profoundly beneficial impact on your life.