The newly created MasksOn project is adapting full-face snorkel masks to fit breathing filters already in use in hospitals.
What does it mean to be a “character” at the Martinos?
The Center is losing its biggest Halloween booster. The holiday will never be the same.
Researchers have introduced a deep learning algorithm that automatically measures tumor volume based on MR images.
The Center’s molecular imaging program has seen tremendous growth over the past decade. It’s only getting started.
There’s quite a bit of intelligent life out there.
She is developing molecular MR imaging techniques to diagnose and monitor response to treatment in a range of diseases.
Zeynab Alshelh is a karate champion and an advocate against racism and negative ideologies about women in Islam.
Long used for neuroscience studies, MEG is more recently gaining entry into the clinic.
The MEG pioneer approaches technology development in much the same way as he does the chamber music groups in which he loves to...
In celebration of the recent dedication of the David Cohen MEG Laboratory, we look back on the storied life and career of “the...
You might even find him playing outside the MGH Martinos Center.
How a small band of researchers and computer programmers changed the way we image the brain
Researchers are using advanced optical imaging technology to study the relationship between the two.
In the early months of 1992 the neuroscience community was flush with excitement. Jack Belliveau, a graduate student with the MGH-NMR...
Growing up in Europe, Eszter Boros had no concept of what roller derby was. But one day on a whim, after moving to Boston, she decided...
The Martinos Center is spilling over with talent, attracting many of the brightest minds from around the world. But the talent isn’t...