NewsNov | 26 | 2019
2019 Mass General Research Institute Image Contest: Winner and Finalists
The second annual Mass General Research Institute Image Contest produced 46 amazing images from researchers across 15 centers and departments. The judges selected one winner from nine finalists.
The winning image, taken by Adam Viens from the Center for Regenerative Medicine, Cancer Center and Infectious Diseases Division,will be featured in a full-page ad in Proto Magazine and the finalists will be featured in an installation in the lobby display case of the research Building 149 in the Charlestown Navy Yard.
Winning Image: “Neutrophil Attack!”
Image credit: Adam Viens
Principal Investigators: David Sykes, MD, PhD, and Michael Mansour, MD, PhD
Department/Center: Center for Regenerative Medicine, Cancer Center, Infectious Diseases Division
As part of the Mansour lab, Viens is focused on understanding the innate immune system, specifically white blood cells and how they recognize and respond to fungal pathogens. The goal is to develop novel cellular diagnostics and therapies for invasive fungal infections.
See the initial Mass General Research Institute Blog post announcing the winner and the full album of all entries on Facebook.
Image Finalists: Part 1
Nine images with the top votes through Mass General Research Institute Facebook page.
Image Finalists: Part 2
About the Mass General Research Institute
Massachusetts General Hospital is home to the largest hospital-based research program in the United States. Our researchers work side-by-side with physicians to develop innovative new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent disease.