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Weekend Links

We’ve hand-picked a mix of Massachusetts General Hospital and other research-related news and stories for your weekend reading enjoyment: This Badass Researcher is Using Brain Mapping to Improve Anxiety and Depression Treatment for Teens – Congratulations to Mass General’s Anastasia Yendiki, PhD, whose research was featured in InStyle Magazine’s Badass Women article series. Dr. Yendiki is developed […]

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12 Days of Research at Mass General: Why Autistic Individuals Avoid Eye Contact

In the 12 days leading up to our holiday hiatus, we are looking back on the past year and sharing some highlights in Massachusetts General Hospital research news from each month of 2017. June 2017: More Than Meets the Eye: Researchers Find Eye Contact Causes Stress and Overactivation in the Brains of Autistic Individuals They […]

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Helping the Hidden Victims of Traumatic Brain Injury

What comes to mind when you think of someone who has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI)? An athlete who plays a contact sport such as football or hockey, perhaps? Someone who has served in the military? The victim of a car accident? While it’s certainly true that these are likely candidates for TBIs, one […]

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Brain Imaging Studies Provide New Insights into Biological Basis of Behaviors in Schizophrenia and Autism

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital are using brain imaging technology to learn more about how individuals with autism and schizophrenia view the world through different lenses.

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Women’s Health Week 2017

In honor of National Women’s Health Week this week, we put together a few highlights of the many Massachusetts General Hospital researchers who are investigating important topics pertaining to women’s health: Eve Valera, PhD, a researcher at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, is working to learn more about the traumatic brain injuries suffered by […]

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Over 30 Mass General Researchers Are Named Highly Cited Researchers of 2018

Clarivate Analytics’s annual Highly Cited Researchers Report was released earlier this month, and we are pleased to announce that 37 investigators from Massachusetts General Hospital made the list.

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12 Days of Research at Mass General: Lady Gaga News Highlights Fibromyalgia Research

In the 12 days leading up to our holiday hiatus, we are looking back on the past year and sharing some highlights in Massachusetts General Hospital research news from each month of 2017. September 2017: Lady Gaga’s Diagnosis Helps Shed Light on a Perplexing Chronic Pain Disorder Despite her celebrity status, Lady Gaga has been […]

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Lady Gaga’s Fibromyalgia Diagnosis Helps Shed Light on a Perplexing Chronic Pain Disorder

Lady Gaga recently discussed her struggles with fibromyalgia. Here’s what Mass General researchers are doing to learn more about this disorder.

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Awards and Honors: June 2018

Massachusetts General Hospital’s talented and dedicated researchers are working to push the boundaries of science and medicine every day. In this series we highlight a few individuals who have recently received awards or honors for their achievements: Ouri Cohen, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, has been honored with […]

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More Than Meets the Eye: Researchers Find Eye Contact Causes Stress and Overactivation in the Brains of Autistic Individuals

They say that eyes are the windows to the soul, but for individuals with autism, a lack of eye contact can reveal much more. A team of investigators based at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital has shed light on why those with autism often avoid looking others in the eyes. […]

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