Constantina A. Treaba, Caterina Mainero and colleagues report their findings in a paper appearing in the journal Radiology.
The induction ceremony was held on Monday during the AIMBE Annual Meeting at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC.
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.
The Center’s Robert Savoy is slated to appear in the final episode, airing tonight.
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 annual prize is awarded by Carnegie Mellon University to the person judged to have made the most progress in the scientific...
The MEG pioneer approaches technology development in much the same way as he does the chamber music groups in which he loves to...
On Friday, Nov. 30, the Martinos Center celebrated two landmark events for its MEG program.
In celebration of the recent dedication of the David Cohen MEG Laboratory, we look back on the storied life and career of “the...
Sometimes we get the hero we need.
The paradigm, developed by the Center’s June Kong and colleagues, could greatly reduce the possibility of bias in traditional...
You might even find him playing outside the MGH Martinos Center.
Watch our new video. See and hear what it’s like to work in one of the premier biomedical imaging centers in the world.
The Martinos Center showcased the technologies during the 2018 World Congress on Pain in Boston last week.
Lisa Feldman Barrett explores the history of the amygdala and fear in a new paper.
The series is part of a larger effort to address the issues in the Center and elsewhere.
She received the award for her work with personal space in schizophrenia.