An investigation of the effects of general anesthesia on infants’ brains could help to improve clinical outcomes.
Martinos Center News
Scientific glassblowers, like streetcar conductors and silent movie organists, are a vanishing breed. Read about the Martinos Center's Matt Rosen and his fascinating craft.
The Martinos Center’s Paul Wighton and Caroline Magnain received Postdoc Recognition Awards in a ceremony held at MGH last night. We couldn’t be more excited for them.
The Hooker Research Group's Nicole Zürcher and colleagues published the study this week. The findings could also have a significant impact on future drug development.
A new study from Martinos Center investigators has found, for the first time, evidence of neuroinflammation in key regions of the brains of patients with chronic pain, findings that pave the way for the exploration of potential new treatment strategies and may lead to an objective way of measuring the presence and intensity of pain.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Department of Radiology mourn the passing of Ferenc A. Jolesz, MD, who died suddenly and unexpectedly due to a pulmonary embolism on December 31st 2014 while vacationing in Florida.
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the recent round of Martinos Center postdoctoral pilot funding.
This would be an accomplishment for any positron emission tomography program but it is especially notable for one so young.
Martinos Center scientists were among the recipients of the Distinguished Investigator Award from the Academy of Radiology Research, given at the 100th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) held in Chicago this week.
Thomson Reuters has published a new list of Highly Cited Researchers and the Martinos Center makes a very strong showing.