Massachusetts General Hospital (Mass General or MGH) is the original and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and a biomedical research facility located in the West End neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It is the third oldest general hospital in the United States and the oldest and largest hospital in New England with 950 beds. With Brigham and Women's Hospital, it is one of the two founding members of Partners HealthCare, the largest healthcare provider in Massachusetts. Massachusetts General Hospital conducts the largest hospital-based research program in the world, with an annual research budget of more than $750 million. It is currently ranked as the #3 hospital in the United States by U.S. News & World Report.

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  • Chronic anabolic steroid use may damage heart, arteries

    “Every practicing cardiologist should be thinking about steroid use as potential patient risk factor for heart disease,” says Aaron Baggish, MD, associate director of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Cardiovascular Performance Program. Baggish is the co-lead author of new research indicating chronic anabolic-androgenic steroid use may be damaging to the heart and the coronary arteries.

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  • Mass General Stands Up for Science

    On Saturday, April 22, more than 600 Mass General staff and their family, friends and supporters gathered on the Bulfinch Lawn before marching to the Boston Common as part of the March for Science, an event taking place in more than 400 cities around the world. The Boston March for Science aimed to celebrate the discovery, understanding and sharing of scientific knowledge and champion publicly fun...

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  • The Translational and Clinical Research Centers

    The Translational and Clinical Research Centers at Mass General are a new 18-bed clinical trials facility that merges the existing Clinical Research Center—a vastly experienced in-patient center for clinical research—with the new Translational Research Center. A key goal of the TCRC is to conduct first-in-human clinical trials in partnership with industry collaborators. It is fully staffed by exp...

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  • Swallow Screening Clinical Examples

    The MGH swallow screen offers a quick and reliable method to identify risk for dysphagia and aspiration in stroke and other neurologically impaired patients. The "Material" (MGH - SST) is designed as a swallow screening to determine risk of aspiration. The "material" does not determine etiology, explore the physiology or nature of the deficit, nor determine a treatment plan. The "Material" is not...

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  • Swallow Screening Competency Tutorial

    The MGH swallow screen offers a quick and reliable method to identify risk for dysphagia and aspiration in stroke and other neurologically impaired patients. The "Material" (MGH - SST) is designed as a swallow screening to determine risk of aspiration. The "material" does not determine etiology, explore the physiology or nature of the deficit, nor determine a treatment plan. The "Material" is not...

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  • Massachusetts General Hospital Graduate Student Division

    The Graduate Student Division (GSD) was created to foster a graduate student community and to serve the practical needs of graduate students from all academic institutions who are associated with basic and clinical research at MGH. The GSD areas of emphasis are: serve basic and academic needs of graduate students, provide programs, services, and resources, create a sense of community, enhance the ...

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  • MGH Diversity and Inclusion Statement

    Mass General staff join together to celebrate the hospital’s Diversity and Inclusion Statement. Diversity is the richness of human differences. Inclusion is when everyone feels connected, valued and engaged. At Massachusetts General Hospital, we believe that because of diversity we excel; through inclusion we respect; focused on equity we serve, heal, educate and innovate. Special thanks to: Pet...

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  • Translational and Clinical Research Centers

    The Translational and Clinical Research Centers at Massachusetts General Hospital combine to form a new 18-bed in-patient clinical research facility that is designed to support investigator-led studies and proof-of-concept clinical trials in collaboration with industry. The center offers in-house laboratory and kitchen facilities and is staffed by highly experienced clinical research nurses and nu...

  • Strategic Alliances

    The Strategic Alliances Initiative is an innovative new program that is focused on early stage translational research at Massachusetts General Hospital, with the goal of making our research more accessible to industry partners. The Initiative convenes teams of multidisciplinary researchers who are focused on disease areas that have a critical need for new therapies. We encourage interested members...

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  • Watching the Mind at Work: 25 Years of fMRI

    This lecture was presented by Jonathan Polimeni, PhD, director of Ultra-High Field Imaging MGH/HST Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging.

  • DNA is not Destiny When it Comes to Heart Attack Risk

    DescriptionA large scale genetic study led by Sekar Kathiresan, MD, of the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Human Genetic Research has found that having a favorable lifestyle in terms of weight, physical activity, not smoking and eating a healthy diet can help individuals with a high genetic risk of having a heart attack reduce their risk by over 50 percent. Dr. Kathiresan is the Ofer and...

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  • MGH Celebrates 100 Years of Cardiology

    In October of 2016, the Cardiology division at MGH celebrated a major milestone – marking 100 years of caring for the heart. Established in 1916 by Paul Dudley White, MD, the division was the first cardiac care unit in the country. White went on to become one of the premier experts in his field, bringing the first EKG to the United States, helping to found organizations like the American Heart Ass...

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  • Ron Suskind Speaks at HUBWeek 2016 event

    Ron Suskind was the keynote speaker at the 2016 HUBweek forum Synaptic Gap: 21st Century Brain Science Meets Mental Health Treatment and Policy. Suskind is a Pulitzer-winning journalist, bestselling author, and the founder and CEO of Sidekicks. His latest bestseller, Life, Animated (2014), chronicles his family’s twenty-year journey raising and connecting to their autistic son. The Suskind family...

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  • Ron Suskind at Synaptic Gap: 21ST Century Brain Science Meets Mental Health Policy

    Ron Suskind was the keynote speaker at the 2016 HUBweek forum Synaptic Gap: 21st Century Brain Science Meets Mental Health Treatment and Policy. Suskind is a Pulitzer-winning journalist, bestselling author, and the founder and CEO of Sidekicks. His latest bestseller, Life, Animated (2014), chronicles his family’s twenty-year journey raising and connecting to their autistic son. The Suskind family...

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  • Mass General Research Institute: 2016 Art of Talking Science Winner

    The Art of Talking Science competition was held at Massachusetts General Hospital as part of HUBweek in September 2016. This fun and friendly competition gave eight researchers from local institutions a chance to give four-minute presentations on their science, and to receive feedback from a panel of celebrity judges. Here is a video of the winning presenter, Patrick Purdon, PhD, of the Mass Gener...

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  • X-linked Dystonia Parkinsonism: Accelerating Research and Expanding Clinical Care

    X-linked dystonia Parkinsonism (XDP) is an adult-onset, genetic movement disorder that almost entirely affects males who descend from the island of Panay in the Philippines. Christopher Stephen, MD, MCRP, discusses the natural history, symptoms, and genetics of XDP, while also highlighting the international effort to advance our understanding and ability to treat this debilitating neurodegenerativ...

  • Feeling Blue: Depression in Children and Teens

    Depression is about more than feelingsad or blue from time to time. Learn how to recognize signs of depression in children and teens and how you can help your child improve his/her mental health and wellbeing.

  • You Are Here: Wendy’s Welcome to the ED

    A trip to the Emergency Department is stressful for patients, particularly for children. By working with a family who wrote a short story explaining what to expect when visiting the Emergency Department, a team of architects translated the written word to a multi-media story. This project offers relief during a stressful and chaotic time, giving children insight into their healthcare experience.

  • Fathering in the Modern Age

    The job description for fatherhood has changed radically over the last 20 years. We now know, for example, that a father’s emotional engagement with his children- not the amount of time spent with children, but rather how they interact with them- is most important and leads to multiple positive outcomes. This session inspires reflection, encourages dialogue, and provides actionable information and...

  • Green with Envy: MGHfC's Annual Slime Day

    In honor of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Hospital Outreach Program hosted their annual Slime Day on Sept. 22. After watching child life specialist Heather Peach get slimed, Skylar Rappl, 14, opted in for a goo-ed time, becoming the first patient that Hole in the Wall doused with the green gunk.

  • From Medicine to Art: The Creation of “Ether Day 1846”

    In 2001, the hospital unveiled a portrait in the Ether Dome, one that depicted the precise moment that surgical ether was first demonstrated successfully. That event, which took place October 16, 1846, ushered in the era of pain-free surgery. Artists Warren and Lucia Prosperi discuss what it took to create this iconic depiction of a medical milestone. Recorded presentation from September 30, 2016.

  • A Comprehensive Approach to Stemming the Opioid Epidemic

    Dr. Sarah Wakeman, from Massachusetts General Hospital, describes how she and her team, with support from a MacArthur Foundation 100&Change award, will eliminate opioid-related deaths in Massachusetts, providing a blueprint for the rest of the country.

  • Reversing the Crisis of Antibiotic Resistance

    Dr. Marcia Goldberg, from Massachusetts General Hospital, describes how she and her team, with support from a MacArthur Foundation 100&Change award, will reverse the global crisis of antibiotic-resistant infections.

  • Breast cancer diagnostics for Uganda

    Dr. Aisagbonhi will work with MUST in Uganda practicing pathology for one year where she will institute the immunohistochemistry practice for breast cancer diagnostics with the local pathologists.

  • CEASE Tobacco Training Video

    The CEASE (Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure) training video provides practical tips and guidance for addressing family smoking in child healthcare settings. The video includes interactions with families commonly seen in pediatric practices to show how to address smoking and tobacco smoke exposure with different populations. To learn more visit: http://www.massgeneral.org/ceasetoba...

  • Massachusetts General Hospital researcher seeks cost-effective ways to improve global HIV care.

    Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, is using advanced mathematical modeling systems to project the health outcomes and cost effectiveness of global HIV treatments. Walensky is the co-director of the Medical Practice Evaluation Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Steve and Deborah Gorlin MGH Research Scholar. More: http://www.massgeneral.org/MPEC/

  • Jack's Story: Adult Congenital Heart Disease

    At age 16, Jack Cadigan appeared to be a healthy, athletic high school student, playing on his school’s basketball team. That summer, Jack volunteered at a medical clinic in Haiti where they discovered he had an issue with his heart. He came to Mass General where Dr. Ami Bhatt diagnosed him with an atrial septal defect, which was repaired through surgery. Jack immediately noticed a big difference ...

  • Evolution in Palliative Care - Proto Magazine

    When Proto magazine launched in 2005, the idea of palliative care—building more comfort into the care of those with serious illnesses—was just gaining ground. Since then, palliative care has become a board-certified specialty, and many hospitals now have developed robust programs. More: http://protomag.com/articles/a-decade-of-palliative-care

  • Jessica’s Story: A Stroke Survivor (Teaser)

    As a fitness instructor, Jessica Diaz never thought she’d face a stroke—especially at such a young age. But after teaching two morning classes, she felt a shooting pain travel down the left side of her body. Watch her full story: http://www.massgeneral.org/vascularcenter/campaign/jessica.aspx

  • Dolly’s Story: Getting Back on Her Feet (Teaser)

    When mitral valve disease started to affect Dolly's quality of her life, she turned to a team of Mass General specialists. Her doctors repaired her damaged heart valve with minimally invasive surgery that got her back on her feet as quickly as possible. Watch her full story: http://www.massgeneral.org/heartcenter/campaign/dolly.aspx

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