News and notes about the investigators in the MGH Research Scholars program at Massachusetts General Hospital.
How a small fish could make a big difference in cancer research, Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, continues her impassioned advocacy for HIV prevention funding, Natalia Rost, MD, MPH, recieves a record-setting grant to improve cognitive outcomes in stroke patients.
Dr. Breton featured on Mass General's Charged Podcast, the research of Harald Ott, MD, was recently featured on WCVB TV in Boston, Keith Joung, MD, PhD, reports new insights into off target mutations in CRISPR.
Jacob Hooker, PhD, uses PET imaging to identify differences in the brains of individuals with schizophrenia, Richa Saxena, PhD, has a new study with genetic insights into night owls and early risers, Andy Yun, PhD, is using tiny lasers to study individual cells to better understand cancer and our immune system and more.
Advances in cystic fibrosis research from Jay Rajagopal, MD, insights into the genetics of heart disease, the Nahrendorf Lab discovers tiny tunnels in the skull that are used by immune cells to travel to the brain and more.
LAB DAY event provides a behind the scenes look at Mass General research, Dr. Gary Tearney credits the MGH Research Scholars program as key to his success, Dr. Daphne Holt is featured on a podcast about mothers in medicine, plus more.
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 of the Advances at Mass General Cancer Center 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.