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

Here are a few recent videos featuring researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital, as well as initiative from the Office of the Scientific Director, including our communicating science competition. To see more videos, please visit the Massachusetts General Hospital YouTube channel.

The Art of Talking Science: Students Take the Stage

The Mass General Research Institute recently hosted its third annual Art of Talking Science competition in conjunction with the citywide HUBweek Festival. The theme of this year’s event was “Students Take the Stage.” Seven students from the Boston Public School presented their science projects to a live audience and received feedback from a panel of expert science communicators. The event is part of the Mass General Research Institute’s commitment to promoting good science communication.

Airway Cell Study Identifies New Cell Type With A Key Role in Cystic Fibrosis

Jayaraj Rajaogpal, MD, an investigator in the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, explains how a recent study in his lab helped to identify a previously unknown cell type in airway tissue that plays a key role in cystic fibrosis. The discovery could make it easier to develop and test new treatment strategies. Dr. Rajaogpal is a Kevin and Polly Maroni MGH Research Scholar. Read the study.

Bringing Crucial Neurological Care to the Far Corners of the Globe

Neurological disorders such as epilepsy, stroke, dementia and traumatic brain injuries are more common in low- and middle income countries, where 86% of the world’s population is concentrated. The Global Neurology Research Group, led by Farrah Mateen, MD, is dedicated to finding practical and cost-effective solutions to meet the neurological needs of individuals in developing countries. Learn more