Category: Postdoc and Graduate Student Profiles

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Postdoc Profile: Yangyundou Wang, PhD

In recognition of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, we’re profiling some of the postdoctoral researchers who make invaluable contributions to scientific research at Massachusetts General Hospital every day. Yangyundou Wang, PhD, is a postdoctoral fellow working in the Vakoc Lab at the Wellman Center for Photomedicine. My work at Mass General is very interdisciplinary. It combines […]

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Postdoc Profile: Michael VanElzakker, PhD

Michael VanElzakker, PhD, is a neuroscientist at Mass General who is using brain scans to learn more about chronic fatigue syndrome.

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Postdoc Profile: Anna Khimchenko, PhD

Scientific research is complex and often not straightforward. Thus, one needs to be smart, well-organized and hardworking to be successful. So, work hard, learn new things each minute, try to become better each day, and you will be acknowledged.

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Postdoc Profile: Nabi M. Nurunnabi, PhD

Md “Nabi” Nurunnabi, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Systems Biology (CSB) and the Cardiovascular Research Center (CVRC). He is also Chair of MGH Postdoc Association (MGPA). He is biomedical scientist with education and training in both academia and industry as pharmacist, chemist, and bioengineer. He is working […]

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Mass General Research Institute goes red for heart month

Using Zebrafish Models to Study Cardiovascular Disease

Maryline Abrial, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Burns Lab at the Cardiovascular Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. She took part in a science communication internship at the Mass General Research Institute this fall. She wrote this first-person account of her life as a researcher as part of her internship. Background and […]

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Thank You Postdocs!

As National Postdoc Appreciation Week comes to a close, we want to thank postdocs across the country, and especially those at Mass General, for all their hard work and dedication to research and scientific discovery. Here at Mass General, we have over 1800 postdoctoral fellows who collectively contribute to over 6100 active research projects. Earlier […]

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Meet a Mass General Postdoc: Amy Tsurumi

In honor of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, all this week we’ll be sharing profiles of just a few of our amazing Mass General postdocs to highlight their research and what inspires them. Our fourth and final featured postdoc this year is Amy Tsurumi, PhD, a research fellow in the Rahme Lab. Where did you get […]

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Meet a Mass General Postdoc: Xavier Fernando Vela Parada

In honor of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, all this week we’ll be sharing profiles of just a few of our amazing Mass General postdocs to highlight their research and what inspires them. Xavier Fernando Vela Parada is a research fellow in the Thadhani Lab in the Nephrology Division. Where did you get your MD from? I […]

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Meet a Mass General Postdoc: Echoe Bouta

In honor of National Postdoc Appreciation Week, all this week we’ll be sharing profiles of just a few of our amazing Mass General postdocs to highlight their research and what inspires them. Meet Echoe Bouta, PhD, a research fellow in the Department of Radiation Oncology. Where did you get your PhD from? University of Rochester […]

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Meet a Mass General Postdoc: Robert Lochhead

This week is National Postdoc Appreciation Week, a time to recognize the significant contributions that postdoctoral scholars make to the research community. In celebration, all this week we’ll be sharing profiles of just a few of the amazing postdocs here at Mass General to highlight their research and what inspires them. First, we’d like to introduce […]

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