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Research at Mass General
The Office of the Scientific Director at the Mass General Research Institute sends out two monthly newsletters highlighting research advances at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dissecting the RNA copying process, developing a better understanding of human language, and much more.
New insights into the impact of exercise on heart health, resistance to glioma treatment, HIV-infected macrophages, and much more.
New research on regulators of tumor growth in pediatric tumors, treatments for mitochondrial disease, the neurocognitive effects of proton radiotherapy and more.
Research on the benefits and harms of e-cigarettes, identification of a genetic defect that may cause a rare movement disorder, a new MRI method, and much more.
New research on the mechanisms involved in the human immune response, identification of blood markers that indicate a dangerous narrowing of the heart valve, and much more.
New investigations into the communication between bone cells and tumor cells in lung cancer, a computational method for identifying new cancer genes and looking at readmission rates after surgery for peripheral artery disease, among others.
New investigations into the potential benefit of fiber for patients with colorectal cancer, the discovery of a viral response after a heart attack, and and lots more.
New research on novel approaches to targeted cancer treatments, identification of genes that help protect the gut and and lots more.
New studies on detecting cancer genes and mutations, identifying blood and kidney cell types in zebrafish, the neuroimmunology of traumatic brain injury and lots more.
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Making connections between laboratory based research and clinical care, plus three profiles celebrating women in science and medicine.
How Mass General researchers are working to find new cures for rare diseases, plus we celebrate Heart Health Month on the Research Institute blog.
Mitchell studies how bacterial changes in the female reproductive tract affect birth outcomes and women's health; Salinas explores the connections between strong social networks and cognitive health in aging individuals.
A spotlight on community research at Massachusetts General Hospital, plus a look back at research highlights from 2017.
Save the date for the 2018 Celebration of Science, plus stories on a new approach to delivering gene therapy treatments, and untangling the connections between mental illness and cognitive decline in the elderly.
Celebrating 20 years of the Claflin Distinguished Scholar Awards, good news on the long-term recovery from eating disorders, bioengineering livers in the lab and more.
Recruitment begins for the All of Us Research Program; brain imaging studies offer new insights into the biological basis of behaviors in schizophrenia and autism and meet the researcher who wants to diagnose your cough with a smartphone.
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Gary Tearney, MD, PhD, is named the inaugural incumbent of the Remondi Family Endowed MGH Research Institute Chair, plus events, announcements and much more.
Nicholas Dyson, PhD, is the host the Advances at Mass General Caner podcast series; Hakho Lee, PhD, was part of a research team that developed a keychain sized food allergy tester; the research of Cammie Lesser, MD, PhD, was featured in a blog post by National Institutes of Health Director Francis H. Collins, plus lots more.
Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, named chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital; Sekar Kathiresan, MD, named a 2017 Distinguished Scientist by the American Heart Association, Filip Swirski, PhD, presents at Harvard Mini Med School, a community outreach program at Harvard Medical School, plus lots more.
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