The Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital is one of the world’s premier research centers devoted to development and application of advanced biomedical imaging technologies. The Center is part of the Department of Radiology at Massachusetts General Hospital and affiliated with both Harvard Medical School and MIT. Our faculty are developing first-of-a-kind tools and applying them to solve challenges in neuroscience, oncology, cardiology and other clinical domains.

Our Mission: Revolutionize imaging for the advancement of science and medicine. Inspire, educate, and inform.

Our Core Values:

Innovative – Cultivate an inspirational environment that fosters bold ideas, new perspectives & transformative exploration that shapes biomedicine.

Diverse – Foster a diverse, inclusive community of students, researchers, staff, and faculty members by welcoming colleagues of all backgrounds, choices, definitions, and abilities. We believe that an inclusive environment is important for community-building and innovation.

Collaborative – Bring together researchers across scientific disciplines, from around the world, and from both academia and industry to advance multidisciplinary biomedical imaging. We value collegiality and global teamwork to achieve science innovations.

Passionate – Be driven, be inspired, be dedicated to science for the better of humankind.

Free – Encourage open collaboration and pursuit of diverse scientific interests in a risk-tolerant environment.

Integrity – Maintain high moral, ethical, and scientifically-rigorous standards and strive for unwavering excellence in the pursuit and dissemination of knowledge.