In advance of his keynote talk at the upcoming OHBM 2022, Jon submitted to an “Ask Me Anything,” with topics ranging...
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AMA @ Martinos: Anastasia Yendiki
In advance of her keynote talk at the upcoming OHBM 2022, Anastasia submitted to an “Ask Me Anything,” with topics ranging...
Machine Learning Model Identified Alzheimer’s Disease-Like Structural Brain Patterns in Younger, Asymptomatic Adults
David H. Salat and colleagues created a machine learning classifier that detected Alzheimer’s disease–like brain patterns...
Are Pandemic-Related Stressors Impacting Uninfected People’s Brain Health?
The findings could have important implications for a broad number of stress-related disorders, says Marco Loggia, senior author...
Risk, Resiliency in Aging Brain Focus of $33 Million Grant
The project is co-led by the Martinos Center’s David Salat.
Optical Imaging Method Can Determine Cannabis Intoxication, According to New Study
The portable, noninvasive procedure could have significant implications for improving highway and workplace safety.
Early-Stage Lung Cancer May Be Detected from a Drop of Blood
The Center’s Leo Cheng and colleagues reported the study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Novel Evaluation of Cerebrovascular Response in Chronic Mild TBI
A new study by the Center’s Phoebe Chan, Kenneth Kwong and colleagues shows that the approach could help improve diagnosis...
MRI and Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Early Signs of Tumor Cell Death after Novel Therapy
The Center’s Or Perlman, Christian Farrar and colleagues reported the findings in Nature Biomedical Engineering.
The Center’s Yingying Ning Recognized for Her Work on Imaging Tissue Fibrogenesis
The award celebrates her achievements in developing MR probes for quantitative imaging of the condition.
Magnetic Particle Imaging May Allow Intraoperative Breast Tumor Margin Assessment
The Center’s Erica Mason, Larry Wald and colleagues have demonstrated the sensitivity of the technique in simulations of breast-conserving...
The Center’s Jacob Hooker Joins the Lurie Center for Autism as Scientific Director
Hooker says his new job at Mass General’s Lurie Center for Autism is to “develop a strategy for how we move autism science forward...
Noninvasive Imaging Strategy Detects Dangerous Blood Clots in the Body
The Center’s David Sosnovik and colleagues have developed and tested a targeted contrast agent that can detect blood clots...
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.
Human Whole-Brain Diffusion MRI Dataset Available Online
Reported by Fuyixue Wang and colleagues, it is the first publicly available reference dataset acquired in vivo at submillimeter...
A New Link between Pain Widespreadness and Catastrophizing Thoughts about Pain
Vitaly Napadow, Dan-Mikael Ellingsen and colleagues reported the findings in Pain.
PET/MRI Reproducibly Discriminates between Individuals with and without Chronic Low Back Pain
Angel Torrado-Carvajal and Marco L. Loggia and colleagues have reproduced and expanded on earlier work showing that a thalamic neuroinflammation...
Functional Connectivity on MEG May Be a Biomarker of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Using MEG, the Center’s Fahimeh Mamashli, Tal Kenet and colleagues determined that children with ASD show altered functional...
Movies and Narratives as Naturalistic Stimuli in Neuroimaging
Jyrki Ahveninen and colleagues recently reviewed the use of movies and stories as stimuli during neuroimaging research into memory...
Understanding the Patient-Clinician Relationship with ‘Hyperscanning’ fMRI
Using the novel approach, Vitaly Napadow and his team demonstrated the positive impact of good bedside manner.