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Creativity and Diversity in the Martinos Center
Executive director David Vaughn hits the nail on the head in discussing what makes the Center so special.
Martinos Center Joins QMENTA, University of Rochester in Announcing the Results of the ‘IronTract Challenge’
Global computational researchers collaborated and competed to advance the field of Diffusion MRI Tractography.
Martinos Responds: Nurse practitioner Amy Kendall redeploys to help with COVID-19 study
Kendall has been working with a biospecimen repository study at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard.
Martinos Responds: ‘Community Help’ Website Brings People Together During a Time of Crisis
Created by the Center’s Benjamin Bearce, the website connects direct care providers with volunteers who can help with shopping,...
Martinos on the Front Lines: Mary O’Hara and Larry White
The senior MR technicians are performing portable X-ray scans of COVID-19 patients in ICUs.
What’s Cooking at Martinos? Marco Makes Ragu
The Center’s Marco Loggia is a highly accomplished researcher. He is also one heckuva chef.
Martinos Responds: Don Straney and the Charlestown Face Shield Project
The Center’s Don Straney isn’t slowing down during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Redeployment During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Center’s Matthew Larrabee describes his experience supporting the hospital’s COVID-19 response.
Tweets From the Front Lines
The tweets show a side of the pandemic that statistics and charts could never capture.
Prospective Students Experience the Martinos
The students, from the the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology, met with faculty to learn about opportunities...
The Year in Review: 2019
It was another banner year for the Martinos Center.
New Bedside MRI Scanner Inspired by Martinos Center Research
Development of the technology followed an early collaboration with the Center’s Matt Rosen and his work with ultra-low-field...
Facilitating Integration of AI Into Radiology Practice
The Center’s QTIM lab collaborated with the American College of Radiology to create the ACR AI-LAB website.
Christin Sander on Organizing the 2019 Molecular Imaging Congress
Sander, a young investigator in the Center, served as Program Committee Co-chair for WMIC 2019.
‘Pioneer Campfires’ Offer Stories of the Early Days of fMRI
The Center’s Ken Kwong and others recounted the heady times at last month’s ISMRM 2019 meeting.
Caroline Magnain Joins $17 Million Initiative to Bring More Optical Imaging Expertise to Biomedical Research
The “Imaging Scientists” program will support better tools and increased collaboration.
The Past, Present and Future of Molecular Imaging @ Martinos
The Center’s molecular imaging program has seen tremendous growth over the past decade. It’s only getting started.
The MEG Celebration Photo Gallery
On Friday, Nov. 30, the Martinos Center celebrated two landmark events for its MEG program.
The (Totally True) Legend of Thomas Witzel and the Ultrahigh-field MRI Quench
Sometimes we get the hero we need.