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.
The Center’s Rahul Pal and Anand T.N. Kumar reported the innovative approach in a recent issue of Clinical Cancer Research.
As 2019 comes to a close, we take a moment to congratulate recently promoted faculty and staff.
The honor recognizes the tremendous contributions he has made to the field of magnetic resonance imaging.
A recent symposium provided an in-depth look at the history of 7T MRI at Mass General – and of the Center’s first-of-its-kind...
The Center’s Sheraz Khan and David Cohen describe the method in the journal Scientific Reports.
Development of the technology followed an early collaboration with the Center’s Matt Rosen and his work with ultra-low-field...
Researchers have introduced a deep learning algorithm that automatically measures tumor volume based on MR images.
Recent research also highlights the possibility of identifying infants at high risk for developing ROP.
The Center’s QTIM lab collaborated with the American College of Radiology to create the ACR AI-LAB website.
Every October, the hospital departments hand out pins & ribbons to employees who have met a service milestone.
Sander, a young investigator in the Center, served as Program Committee Co-chair for WMIC 2019.
The honor recognizes the significant role each has played in shaping the field of magnetic resonance in medicine.
The award will help him further his education in Computer Information Systems and Health Informatics.
A study published today suggests that HDAC expression and the resulting transcriptional changes may be a significant driver of human...
The Center’s Ken Kwong and others recounted the heady times at last month’s ISMRM 2019 meeting.
The investigators include Matti Hämäläinen, Vitaly Napadow and Ona Wu.
Wald is director of the Magnetic Resonance – Physics & Instrumentation Group at the Martinos Center.
The “Imaging Scientists” program will support better tools and increased collaboration.