About the Research Thrust
From robotic surgery to artificial intelligence, the Department of Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital explores research areas that aim to reimagine the way surgery is performed in order to improve patient care.
Surgical Artificial Intelligence and Innovation (SAIIL)
The Surgical Artificial Intelligence and Innovation Laboratory (SAIIL lab) focuses on the use of artificial intelligence to reimagine the way surgery is performed.
Center for Engineering in Medicine and Surgery
The Center for Engineering in Medicine & Surgery (CEMS) at Mass General are the ambassadors of bioengineering, bringing technology to the forefront of biomedical research and the practice of medicine.
Laboratories and Researchers
Cell Resource Core
The Cell Resource Core at Mass General provides fresh and cryopreserved hepatocytes for use by researchers at Mass General and other research institutions.
Daniel Irimia, MD, PhD
Mehdi Jorfi, PhD
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Surgical Laboratory
Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory
The Plastic Surgery Research Laboratory conducts investigations into tissue engineering of cartilage, mechanisms of neural injury and regeneration, ischemia/reperfusion injury and transplantation of vascularized limb tissues.
Shannon Stott, PhD
Mehmet Toner, PhD
Mehmet Toner, PhD, is an investigator at the Center for Engineering in Medicine & Surgery. Dr. Toner is internationally recognized for his multidisciplinary approach to biomedical problems in the areas of low-temperature biology and biostabilization, tissue engineering and artificial organs, and microsystems bioengineering in clinical medicine and biology.
Trauma Research Laboratory
Vocal Hyperfunction Clinical Research Center
The Vocal Hyperfunction Clinical Research Center explores methods and technologies to prevent, diagnose and treat vocal hyperfunction, which is associated with the most frequently occurring types of voice disorders.