A new imaging probe was inspired by the chemistry of the novelty light source.
News | Martinos Center - Part 7
Crowds Cure Cancer at RSNA 2017
Join us for this exciting experiment in crowdsourcing.
Hsiao-Ying Wey Receives 2016 New Investigator Award in Alzheimer’s Disease
Wey was presented with the award by the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR).
How iPads and Other Tablet Devices Could Improve Communication Skills in People With Autism
In recent years researchers have gained an increased understanding of the relationship between motor skills and the development...
Good News for PET Researchers: Radiotracer binding Is less sensitive to blood flow than previously thought
The Martinos Center’s Christin Sander and colleagues reported the finding last month.
Nutrition and Brain Growth in the Developing World
Researchers are using advanced optical imaging technology to study the relationship between the two.
Martinos Center Benefactors Honored by the Greek Orthodox Church
Biomedical imaging isn’t the only area to benefit from the Martinos family’s munificence.
Uncovering ‘Covert Consciousness’ in Brain Injury Patients
Understanding Eye-contact Avoidance in People With Autism
The Martinos Center’s Nouchine Hadjikhani and colleagues shed light on the underlying reasons for the behavior. Hint: It’s...
New Software Concept Promises Boost for Clinical Trial Recruitment
What if you held a clinical trial and nobody came?
It’s Never Too Early to Learn About MRI
We’ve been training the next (next) generation of scientists.
MGH Launches the Center for Precision Imaging
Martinos Center investigator Umar Mahmood will lead the new effort.
The Center’s Susie Huang Joins Advocacy Efforts on Capitol Hill
She participated in the events as a member of the Academy of Radiology Research, Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging.
Nanodiamond-enhanced MRI: A Dazzling New Approach to Imaging
Use of nanodiamonds with ultra-low-field MRI suggests a range of diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
The Neuroscience of Personal Space
A study of the brain mechanisms associated with the regulation of personal space has led to deeper understandings of social dysfunction...
With New PET Probe, Researchers Image Fibrosis of the Lungs
Pauline Désogère and colleagues described the probe in a Science Translational Medicine paper published online today.
New Software Improves Ability to Determine the Cause of Stroke
A study validating the software – called Causative Classification of Stroke (CCS) – was published online in JAMA Neurology.
Woman of the Year: Alexandra Touroutoglou
Touroutoglou was recognized for her extensive body of research by the Greek magazine Beauté.
Acupuncture Yields Improved Outcomes in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
The practice works by remapping areas of the brain, according to a new study by Vitaly Napadow and colleagues.
The First In Vivo Imaging Agent for Electrical Signaling in the Heart
A new PET radiotracer could enable early detection of the risk of heart failure or cardiac arrhythmia, and thus help to save more...