Last year, Harvard College senior Kelsey Ichikawa interviewed the Center’s Bruce Rosen and Bruce Fischl for an article she was...
The Martinos Researcher has a long history working with the society.
The honor recognizes the substantial contributions they have made to biomedical imaging.
Kendall has been working with a biospecimen repository study at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard.
Created by the Center’s Benjamin Bearce, the website connects direct care providers with volunteers who can help with shopping,...
The senior MR technicians are performing portable X-ray scans of COVID-19 patients in ICUs.
The Center’s Marco Loggia is a highly accomplished researcher. He is also one heckuva chef.
The Center’s Don Straney isn’t slowing down during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The researchers have developed low-field MRI technology to help address previously insoluble puzzles of the botanical realm.
The Center’s Matthew Larrabee describes his experience supporting the hospital’s COVID-19 response.
The newly created MasksOn project is adapting full-face snorkel masks to fit breathing filters already in use in hospitals.
The tweets show a side of the pandemic that statistics and charts could never capture.
The algorithm can aid in the management of a range of diseases, including retinopathy of prematurity and knee osteoarthritis among...
The students, from the the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology, met with faculty to learn about opportunities...
What does it mean to be a “character” at the Martinos?
It was another banner year for the Martinos Center.
Caravan’s contributions have also been recognized with two recent awards.
The Center is losing its biggest Halloween booster. The holiday will never be the same.
Franceschini is a leader in the development and application of diffuse optical imaging.
Center researchers have developed a hybrid device for use during aortic arch replacement and other surgeries.